When planning to visit a country, your safety must be a priority. The 10 countries on this list will surely give you no reason to have second thoughts going there. They have maintained safety and security of both the locals and foreign visitors over the years.
10. Czech Republic
This country is one of the most underrated countries in Europe. It is in fact one of the most breathtaking places you can ever visit. Its capital, Prague, is filled with historical sites that look amazing when photographed. The country also has a very low crime rate and they even have a helpline number for people who need help and can’t speak the local language. For those who love the outdoors, this is the country to visit. To top it all, it has one of the cheapest cost of living in Europe.
Australia is one of the most visited countries in the entire world not just for its rich natural wonders, but also for its general safety. In fact, it is also a popular country for those who wish to retire. The best part about Australia is that it takes pride in its history being a nation of immigrants. The country was built entirely on people coming from different places. Therefore, it is one of the most welcoming, multicultural countries in the world. It is also a country where people who have skills and can contribute to the growth of the economy are welcome.
One of the reasons why Japan is a safe place to live is that it has a very strong security system in place. This country does not witness acts of terrorism and violence, relative to other Western countries, making it the only Asian country on this list. They also have a total gun ban and ordinary citizens are not allowed to possess guns, making gun-related violence among the lowest in the world. They also take pride in their culture. If you love a peaceful country with lots of tasty dishes, Japan is for you.
Canada’s health care system is one of the best in the world. If the US keeps fighting about health care today, this has been long settled in Canada. It is also a country built entirely on the efforts of foreigners. Hence, it is a very welcoming country. Violent crimes are really low in Canada and it generally has a peaceful and high quality of living. Due to its peaceful nature, it has never been a target of terrorists. If they currently have a hot Prime Minister, it is just a bonus.
Low crime rate, high regard for liberty, high human rights index score and environment friendly policies – these are just some of Finland’s pride. This is why it is one of the best places to live in the world. They have also adopted a neutrality policy and have avoided wars completely. The people are generally quiet and reserved, but the literacy rate stands at 100%.
Despite the fact that this country has 4 official languages and 26 independent states, with their own rules and regulations, the country is still cohesive and the people are generally united. They are also welcoming to foreigners. The best part is that this country is simply a paradise on earth. With the beauty of the natural wonders alone, you will already be convinced to move here.
4. New Zealand
Australia’s little sister also has a lot to be proud of. It is one of the least corrupt countries in the world. People enjoy a lot of freedom. Crime rates are generally low. Most of all, it boasts of tons of untouched mountains and green meadows. People are also into healthy living. If you want a more laidback lifestyle, you will surely enjoy New Zealand.
Austria is one of the least populous countries in Europe. This is also why it is a lot easier to maintain and govern compared to the other countries in the list. In terms of security, cleanliness and safety, Austria is undoubtedly one of the best in the world. Its tourism industry is also booming. This is why more foreigners are attracted not just to visit the country but to stay there for good.
This small country is made up of over 400 islands. Denmark is almost synonymous to freedom and equal opportunities. It is one of the most progressive countries in the world where the economy is tilted in favor of the people, and the government is doing one hell of a great job. It is also one of the happiest countries in the world considering its overall safety and how little their problems are. Back then, they also faced security threats, but they were able to get past those issues.
Not only is this country peaceful due to its remote location, they have also worked hard to maintain overall safety. Crime rates are generally low. Homicide rates have never exceeded 8 per 100,000. They also have a strong sense of community. In 2013, when a police force killed a man, the entire country grieved. If safety is not enough to convince you to move to Iceland, then their glaciers, hot springs and other breathtaking attractions will definitely seal the deal.
You need to start planning your trips now and cross out this list as fast you can.