Low Cost

Europe Travel Insurance

How can AXA’s Schengen Low Cost Travel Insurance help you?

If you’re traveling to the Schengen Area of European countries and require a visa, then you need to obtain travel and medical insurance in order for your visa application to be successful. A AXA’s Low Cost Travel Insurance only costs €0.99 ($1.11) a day, it’s a great way to ensure you’re covered for any mishaps and accidents you or your loved ones might have - providing you with peace of mind throughout your trip. The AXA certificate is accepted by all consulates and embassies representing countries in the Schengen Area.

What does AXA’s Schengen Low Cost Travel Insurance provide cover for?

AXA Schengen Low Cost Travel Insurance is a cheap Schengen travel insurance perfect for individuals, couples and families who wish to travel for leisure and/or business as it pays for emergency care costing up to €30,000, as well as repatriation to your home nation - meaning you’ll be covered for accidents that occur during your trip. AXA also offers a 24-hour assistance hotline providing you with expert local advice and instruction on what to do after an incident.


How long will I be covered for?

AXA Schengen Low Cost Travel Insurance can cover you for up to 180 consecutive days - more than double the maximum length of trip allowed on a standard Schengen Visa. If you are planning multiple trips, AXA’s Schengen Multi Trip insurance products offer an affordable and comprehensive alternative option.

Features at a glance

  • AXA #1 Global Insurance Brand

  • Assistance 24 / 7 - Emergency helpline

  • Meets all requirements from the European regulation

  • No medical exam, no price variation based on age or nationality

  •  Insurance Certificate generated instantly and sent by email

  • No extra charges in case of cancellation

Cover details

Emergency Medical Expenses Max 30,000€
Repatriation to country of residence
Emergency medical care
Assistance in case of death
Countries coveredSchengen countries + Liechtenstein, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and Vatican City