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ROME PRIVATE TOURS YOUR WAY by Well Arranged Travel

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Before traveling abroad to Italy, there are things you should know. Please review the following basic travel tips to help you get started on your journey. We want to make your travels as smooth, successful and stress-free as we can.

Pre-existing medical conditions
“A traveler going abroad with any preexisting medical problems should carry a letter from the attending physician, describing the medical condition and any prescription medications, including the generic name of prescribed drugs. Any medications being carried overseas should be left in their original containers and be clearly labeled. Travelers should check with the foreign embassy of the country they are visiting to make sure any required medications are not considered to be illegal narcotics.” – U S Department of State

Your Health Insurance Coverage Abroad
“Before going abroad, learn what medical services your health insurance will cover overseas. If your health insurance policy provides coverage outside the United States, REMEMBER to carry both your insurance policy identity card as proof of such insurance and a claim form. Although many health insurance companies will pay ‘customary and reasonable" hospital costs abroad, very few will pay for your medical evacuation back to the United States. Medical evacuation can easily cost $10,000 and up, depending on your location and medical condition… The Social Security Medicare program does not provide coverage for hospital or medical costs outside the US". – U S Department of State

A listing of addresses and telephone numbers of U.S. embassies and consulates abroad can be found in U S Department of State, www.state.gov, under Key Officers of Foreign Service Posts. Go to International Travel section where you can review Travel Warnings and Tips for Traveling Abroad.

Your Credit and Other Bank Cards Abroad
Before your departure, it is very important to contact your banks and inform them of your travel plans to ensure that your bank, ATM, credit and debit cards will continue to work while you are abroad. Automated security measures in place that flag transactions outside your normal spending patterns. .

 

 

 

 


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