Safest countries in the world to travel solo.
10. Czech Republic
The Czech Republic dropped three places this year, but still made it into the top 10. The Velvet Revolution was home to 1.375 points for low per capita military spending and relatively few acts of violent crime in the country. Now, wouldn't you please start calling it Czechia?
Japan occupied its place with a score of 1.391 this year, achieving a high score on the Peace Index with its low number of kills and limited access to weapons. Beyond security, the country makes it very easy for passengers to move around, with high speeds and even invisible trains. The peace of pJapan extends beyond its serene landscape The peace of Japan is beyond its tranquil landscape.
Slovenia reached the top 10 this year with a score of 1.355 due to its extremely low crime rate and low terrorism threat. Whether you're just in generally beautiful places or want to explore some of Europe's best castles and lakes, Slovenia has something for you — and now you know that you can sleep there easily at night.
Singapore jumped one place from 834 this year to score 1.347. The island city-state brags domestic and international conflicts with significantly lower scores, as well as earning social security. This means that instead of fretting about your well being, your energy can go towards choosing the hawker centers and museums you want to visit first.
Despite being larger than its neighbor in the south, Canada's 1.372 score is much higher than that of the United States (we're ranked 128 this year ... wastage). Try one of the best cities in the country like Toronto or Montreal, or check out some of North America's most scenic natural settings at places like Lake Lewis and Bainf National Park. The clock Next list: Perfect recipe for a trip to Portugal by editor Mev Nicholson The vehicle transport in the picture can be a watercraft vessel boat water outside waterfront dock port and pier There is a distinct lack of violent crime and internal conflict in Denmark.
Denmark regularly ranks among the happiest countries in the world, and its 1.316 score says that it is one of the safest. These days, the main source of conflict is whether the northern coast of the country is better suited for summer or to do some drainage during winter.
Robert Frost wrote that "good fences make good neighbors," and this is true of Austria, whose neighbors (including Germany and the Czech Republic) also scored high on the index. Austria scored 1.291, receiving fewer arms imports and points for successive peaceful elections. Lisbon Portugal at dawn in the city of Alabama district. Violence and politically related instability in Portugal are practically nonexistent.
In 2016, Condé Nast Traveler declared Lisbon the lowest city in Europe. Bolts from the Global Peace Index that point: Portugal's relative affordability and beauty combined with a safety score of 1.274 should make it a trip. Perhaps that's why more people are visiting the country than before?
2. New Zealand
New Zealand may be one of the best destinations in the world for gas-inducing adventure travel, but you are more likely to be shocked by the stunning beach views than by the internal conflict or violence that contributed to the Kiwi's score of 1.221 .
For the twelfth consecutive year, Iceland topped the safety index. The Nordic nation scored low marks for housewives, the number of people in prison, and terrorist incidents, earning a total of 1.072. Another bonus: being an island it makes border disputes much less likely. What further encouragement do you need to jump into the thermal bath already?