15 safest countries to visit


Denmark. It tops the list of safest countries on Earth with a quiet course of life. Even when Denmark’s capital was occupied by the Nazis during World War II, it did not take part in hostilities. All because the Danes choose to deal with economic issues instead of engaging in various armed conflicts. The people of Denmark are distinguished by their benevolence, openness and responsiveness.


Norway. It is one of the most tranquil, friendly countries with comfortable living conditions. Norway is the country with the highest human development index. One of the country’s top priorities, which the Oslo government always puts first, is public order.


Singapore. It gained its independence as a sovereign Republic in 1965. It pursues a policy of maintaining social, peaceful, economic, warm relations with all countries. Singapore also participates in various global, unilateral and multilateral organizations to promote international cooperation. Singapore today is one of the safest and richest countries in the world with low crime rates.


Slovenia. It is a beautiful European country with low crime and low level of organized internal conflicts. In addition, its major cities such as Maribor and Ljubljana are filled with unique culture. In Slovenia you can make a trip to the picturesque lakes Bled and Bohinj, visit Triglava National Park and Škocian Caves. In addition, Slovenia is known for its health and medical resorts.


Sweden. One of the most beautiful Nordic countries is Sweden, located in the far north of Europe. Despite being one of the largest arms exporters in Europe, the country has a low rate of looting. Furthermore, Sweden has a neutral policy and has not been involved in any wars and conflicts for two centuries, and today presents for many an exemplary model of developed society.


Iceland. It also ranks in this list at the expense of not participating in world conflicts. Iceland almost never makes headlines, except for the country’s financial crisis in 2008-2009. Iceland is an amazing place with spectacular nature, huge glaciers and raging volcanoes, as well as numerous unique natural and cultural attractions in Reykjavik, the capital countries.


Belgium. One of the best and safest countries to live in, located in the heart of Europe, is Belgium. This small country has a special place. Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is the headquarters of the European Union and NATO. Belgium boasts cities with medieval architecture, beautiful town halls, majestic castles and stunning nature.


Czech Republic. In 1993, as a result of the Velvet Revolution and the peaceful division of Czechoslovakia, two new countries appeared on the world maps – the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It mainly focuses on building a strong capitalism in the country and a stable investment climate with the development of a high level of human potential. Tourists from all over the world come to the Czech Republic to admire the magnificent capital Prague, the breathtaking natural beauty of the mountains and visit the popular resort town of Karlovy Vary.


Switzerland. The Swiss support a well-functioning government and open politics. Due to good governance in the country, Switzerland received the lowest political instability rating and was also included in the list of the world’s calmest countries with low levels of violent crimes. In many international and global political issues, Switzerland adheres to neutrality, while maintaining close diplomatic relations with various world countries.


Japan. It is one of the countries with a charming culture, ranking as the third largest economy in the world due to its advanced high-tech. Japan has not taken part in any armed conflict since World War II, except for small internal contradictions in the country. Its main focus now is to maintain peace-loving relations with neighbouring countries and to maintain low crime rates.


Ireland. With its rich historic sites, amazing green pastures and friendly residents, it is no surprise that Ireland is one of the safest countries on Earth. However, the country has a slightly elevated level of religious internal conflict between Protestants and Catholics. Despite this fact, Ireland is a fabulous country with many reasons for tourism. Its rich history of literature, picturesque coast and legendary hospitality make Ireland a great place to visit at any time of year.


Finland. One of the calmest countries with good living conditions, which is not distinguished by its belligerent nature, is Finland. The development of the education system in Finland is one of the main challenges. Today it closes the top five countries with the highest level of education in the world.


New Zealand. It is a country with beautiful nature and diverse scenery. Tourists from all over the world come to New Zealand to see the stunning landscape, alpine glaciers and meadows, geysers, lakes, rainforests, beaches and volcanoes. The country is also famous for its fine wines, for which a large number of grape varieties planted throughout New Zealand are grown.


Canada. One of the best living standards is in Canada, the second largest countries in the world by area with a population of about 33 million. Clean and safe cities, picturesque scenery and very friendly people characterize Canada as a beautiful and peaceful country not involved in political and military conflicts, despite the fact that it has a relatively high military capability.


Austria. She is on the list because of her stance on international politics, despite the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1919-1920 and active military posture during the World Wars. Now Austria is completing a list of tranquil countries, which is known for its resorts in the breathtaking spirit of the Alps, and stunning cultural centres such as Vienna.

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