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Before you go:
Don’t travel without insurance – make sure it covers you for any activities you are likely to undertake such as extreme or water sports
• Travelling within the EU? Then get a free European Health Insurance Card for free or reduced emergency care - you still need full travel insurance though! Also remember, you can call 112 to contact the emergency services in any EU country.

• Check with your doctor as soon as possible to find out if you need any vaccinations before you travel
• Make sure you’ve got correct visas for the country you are visiting and that your passport is valid.
• All first time adult passport applicants must now attend an interview to verify their identity. It now takes up to six weeks to get a first passport. For more information please visit DirectGov
• For certain countries your passport must be valid for 6 months after the date you travel – check the entry requirements before you go
• Take photocopies of your passport and other important documents and keep these separate from the originals when you travel and/or store them online using a secure data storage site.

• Make sure you fill in the emergency contact details in your passport. This will make it much easier for us to contact someone if necessary
• Tell a friend or relative where you are going and for how long for - give them some idea of your itinerary if possible and an emergency contact number
• Take enough money for your trip and some back-up funds in a mix of cash and travellers cheque - make a note of the cheques’ numbers before you go
• Invest in a good travel guide to help you plan your trip
• Driving abroad? Make sure your licence is current and valid. Make sure you are aware of the driving laws in the country you are visiting
• Check HM Revenue & Customs Travel website for information on duty-free allowances, banned goods etc.


Everything you should know before you go


Helpful tips for women travellers


Don’t let ear pain cast a cloud over your air travel
Almost 70% of Britons experience health problems when flying


Which? Holiday advice to people affected by volcanic disruption - Who do I submit my claim to?


Your travel insurance does not cover every disaster!
Which? Holiday urges the travel insurance industry to up its game


Travelling to the USofA?
New TSA Passenger information


Essentials: 10 key tips to doing business in …… France


How to travel smart throughout the recession


How to save time and money on business travel


What to do when your flight is delayed or cancelled


Executive Traveller 2003