If you’re preparing yourself to take a tour of the world and you want to play it safe by only picking the safe destinations, we have you covered. We have compiled a list of the cities that are worth checking out due to the numerous attractions, friendly locals, and low crime rate. Take a look below to learn more.

 

Frankfurt

Just as most of Germany, Frankfurt is one of the safest cities in the world and it is also one that is worth visiting. It is a relaxing city full of flowery parks, laid-back restaurants, river activities and more. The landscape is so beautiful that it is the perfect place to test your new GoPro camera.

There’s a reason why Germany has a reputation for orderliness, and the same is true when it comes to the city life. As a plus, you also have lots of sights to explore, from the lavish cathedrals and churches to the many museums. For people that want to party, there are clubs and bars for every taste.

Even the red-light district which is generally known as the only unsafe area of Frankfurt is relatively safe for tourists. There is no money to be made with dangerous illegal activities, plus a good sized police presence also protects the district.

 

Toronto

Toronto is one of the most popular cities in Canada and a favorite tourist attraction that has a lot to offer. From seeing the famous CN Tower which was once the world’s tallest tower, getting a taste of the local cuisine, or maybe visiting the Toronto Eaton Centre and shop until you drop, Toronto has everything a tourist might need, including safety.

While Toronto had a rough past and had its fair share of rough neighborhoods, over the past years, it has become one of the world’s safest cities. Those particular neighborhoods are now full of people day and night. Parkdale which used to be a place for drug users and prostitutes is now one of the tonier neighborhoods in the city.

The only places that can cause problems, Malvern, Rexdale, and Jane-Finch, are so isolated and away from the rest of the city that tourist will never find themselves in the area.

 

Osaka

The fact that Osaka made it on our list is no surprise, not when you consider the fact that Japan ranks as one of the world’s safest countries. The city is an important center of trade where nearly nine million people live, but what people know it best for are the famous restaurants and nightclubs.

Indeed, for people that want to have the time of their lives, while also getting to know a whole new and fascinating culture, Osaka is a great tourist attraction. Among the main attractions of the region, you have the Osaka Castle, Universal Studios Japan, the aquarium, and the futuristic Floating Garden.

Singapore

The city-state in Southeast Asia has become one of the world’s most prosperous countries, and it also boasts one of the world’s busiest ports. There’s no wonder then that tourists love to come here, not just because of the beautiful attractions, but also because of how safe the city is.

If you ever step a foot inside a coffee shop or a restaurant, you will notice that the vast majority of the customers will leave their smartphones and wallets on the table while dining or chatting, without fearing for one second that somebody will steal them.

This happens because the property crime rate in Singapore is one of the lowest in the world. Lamps are present all throughout the city so that there are no dark areas at all. What’s more, you’ll always find police cars patrolling all throughout the city.

 

Tokyo

Our list wouldn’t be complete without Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Being the core of the most populated urban area in the world, namely Tokyo Metropolis, you would expect the city to be a bit more chaotic. That is not the case since Tokyo has been designated the safest cities in the world for the last few years.

Not only is it the safest city, but it is also one that manages to blend tradition and popular culture exceptionally well. One minute you could be wandering around ancient temples, while the next you could be having the time of your life in a club. Make sure you take your travel pillow with you because there is a lot to see in Tokyo.