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Named the 7 safest cities in the world for tourists in 2023

Named the seven safest cities in the world for tourists in 2023. The rating is based on a survey and data from world safety and crime indices, Dip.org.ua reports concerning TraveloffPath.com.

There are many safe destinations in the world. However, the seven cities described here are the safest, according to the rating. A little research was done by the travel insurance company Berkshire Hathway Travel Protection.

1. Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavík ranks first as the safest city in the world. The most significant danger to watch out for in this city is the icy streets in winter.

2. Copenhagen, Denmark

Another Scandinavian city ranks second in the list of the safest cities in the world. The biggest threat travelers will face in Copenhagen is a blow to their wallets. As you know, it is also one of the most expensive cities. Tourists have plenty to see and do with attractions such as colorful Nyhavn, Christiansborg Palace, Amalienborg Palace, and the quaint Tivoli Gardens amusement park.

3. Montreal, Canada

The only city in North America to make this list. Montreal is one of the best places to visit in Canada. In addition to being a very safe city, Montreal is known for its thriving art scene, music festivals, and culture.

4. Amsterdam, Netherlands

What to look for in Amsterdam? Cyclists. There are a lot of collisions between cyclists and pedestrians in this city. Known for its striking architecture, history, and culture, Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

5. Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is regularly ranked among the safest cities in Asia as it has the lowest crime rate. The capital of South Korea combines the modernity of a big city with historical sights and traditional culture.

6. City State of Singapore

The city is known for its beauty, cleanliness, and safety. Although Singapore is a densely populated metropolis, it is full of lush gardens and green spaces. Its airport is also consistently ranked as one of the best in the world.

However, travelers should be aware of the country’s strict laws: crossing the street in the wrong place, littering, and chewing gum is illegal here and can result in heavy fines or even jail time.

7. Tokyo, Japan

The capital of Japan is a bustling metropolis with high security and low crime rates. Here, the ultra-modern meets the traditional, and you’ll find conventional temples alongside glittering skyscrapers. Tokyo is known for its incredible food, fashion, and unique culture.

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