Germany - General Information
The official name of Germany is Federal Republic of Germany. West Germany and East Germany were united in 1991. The capital of Germany is Berlin. Germany is the founding member of European Union and it has the largest population among EU member states.
Germany remains a very popular destination for international travelers as many people travel to Germany as tourist, to work or to study. Germany is the world's third largest economy after US and Japan. Germany is the largest exporter of goods and second largest importer of goods.
Germany has 16 states that are divided into 439 districts and cities. German made Mercedes Benz and BMW are world famous cars. Some of the big cities of Germany are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt and Stuttgart.
2006 FIFA world cup for soccer was held in Germany. Germany has produced many scientists and researchers in various fields.
German Visa Travel Insurance
Do I Need Germany Travel Insurance?
Acceptable German visa travel insurance must cover the insured in all 27 Schengen countries, and Germany visa insurance must cover medical evacuation and repatriation costs in addition to the medical expenses. The German embassy or consulate requires the applicant to carry the confirmation of coverage letter describing the coverage before issuing a Schengen Visa.
Germany is part of 27 Schengen countries (Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.). A person can visit 27 Schengen countries with one Schengen visa and Schengen visa Insurance.
We have several insurance products that completely meet the requirements of Schengen visa travel insurance. We would be able to quickly get you the required confirmation of coverage letter as well. Soon after you purchase the Germany visa travel insurance, you would be able to either print the visa letter or the confirmation of coverage through email that you can present to the German Consulate/Embassy. They are quite familiar with the document we provide and would readily accept it. We have been offering Germany visa insurance for last many years.
If you are going to be doing any hazardous activities, make sure to include the optional hazardous sports rider coverage. That would provide you coverage if you were to get injured for activities like jet skiing, snow skiing etc.
If you have a question about Germany visa insurance, please make sure to review our FAQ and most likely, your question would have been answered there. If you still have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.