In 2011 Greece experienced a 9.45 percent increase in revenue from travelers and it’s no surprise why. Greece has a lot to offer those that visit: The Parthenon, The Delphi Ruins, Mount Olympus and the Epidaurus Theater just to name a few. If you have been yearning for a trip there, now is the perfect time to plan and book your trip! The temperature of Greece in March starts to rise while the winter rain lingers. This makes the perfect combination for vegetation to flourish meaning many parts of Greece are excellent for enjoying wildflowers this time of year. With more than 8,450 miles of coastline, this patch of islands has much beauty to explore. Also, many visitors staying for 90 days or less in Greece do not need to obtain a visa. This makes short trips to Greece much more convenient for travelers.
Before you leave for your trip it is important to make sure you will have travel insurance. If your current insurance plan does not cover you while outside of your home country you will want to ensure that you purchase Greece Travel Insurance.
A good option for those who will be visiting Greece briefly and are looking for short-term Greece travel insurance is the Atlas Travel Plan. This plan can be purchased for a minimum of five days, up to one year and has renewability for up to three years. The Atlas Travel plan has flexible coverage amounts and deductible choices to cater to your needs. A few benefits included in this plan are repatriation of remains, emergency medical evacuation, prescription medication, trip interruption, and hospitalization coverage.
For more information on how the Atlas Travel series or one of our other international travel plans can cover your Greece travel insurance needs to contact one of our licensed agents today.