By Nancy Trejos
“For travelers interested in booking a trip to Greece following the recent fires that ravaged the city, there’s understandably some hesitation about whether or not it’s safe to visit,” says Justin Tysdal, chief executive of Seven Corners, a travel insurance firm. “One key factor in determining the safety of your trip is the location of the damage in relation to your intended destination.”
Tysdal points out that when the Mount Kilauea volcano in Hawaii erupted this year, travelers canceled trips even if they were planning to visit spots hundreds of miles away.
“If the area you are intending to visit isn’t impacted, you still have the option to proceed with booking your trip,” Tysdal says.
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