The Schengen region is comprised of 26 European countries. Having a Schengen visa will enable travelers from the Philippines to tour around and cross borders within this area in Europe.
Philippine passport holders and nationals from third world countries living in the Philippines under a permanent or temporary residence permit can apply for Schengen visa
Normally, you should lodge your visa application at the embassy of the country of your point of destination. You may also choose to apply at the embassy of the country where you will be staying the longest.
Your Schengen travel insurance should cover from the day you leave the Philippines up to the day of your arrival back. For some countries like Italy, they require +15 days coverage on top of actual travel dates.
Yes, Philippine passport holders applying for Schengen visa are required to have travel insurance with minimum of 30,000 Euros medical coverage.
For most travelers who are below 70 years old, for a 3-week travel, Schengen travel insurance in the Philippines would range around PHP 2,000 to PHP 3,000. This already covers COVID-19, which has recently been required for all travel insurance policies.
Yes, you should purchase a Schengen travel insurance policy and include it to your visa application requirements. Unlike airlines, insurance companies do not provide "reservation" or "dummy ticket" which you can show for visa application purposes. With regards to travel insurance, you need to buy an actually travel insurance policy and include it to your visa requirements.
Yes. Most of our travel insurance plans can be cancelled only if visa is denied. Premium you paid may be refunded. However, the taxes including documentary stamps are non-refundable. The insurance company would need proof of denial from embassy to process the cancellation.
Yes, our Schengen travel insurance plans includes medical coverage, with at least 30,000 expenses, which is their minimum requirement.