The very last thing that most people think of when they are planning to go travel is what may or may not happen to them once they are in the country. It is never usually a problem in most countries, but Europe is seeing a massive influx of immigrants. It is leading to a lot of political, as well as religious and cultural, strife. Europe may not be the safest place for you, or any of your friends and family as well as their family, to travel at this time. It may never be again.
You are statistically less likely to be attacked or hurt in any way when you are in most large cities and neighborhoods, taking into account the fact that these are rural and not populated by a large number of immigrants. You do not need to stick away from and avoid certain bars and pubs when you are in Europe, but you should always remain on edge from any potential drunkards. This tip is a little bit of a ‘no-brainer’ rule, and it does not just apply to Europe, of course.
2. Being Aware Of Thieves And Shady People
Every single neighborhood, community, and city has this issue. It is not one that is prone to small, medium sized, big, intermediate or however the case may be sized cities. It is also not left alone to Europe; this problem is in every country, and it always has been since communities have existed, and even before then.
- Pickpockets: This is the most prominent issue that faces tourists, as previously stated, wherever they go. In Florence, Barcelona, France, Rome, and many other tourist attraction cities similar to those above, you will undoubtedly hear stories about how purses, wallets, watches, smartphones, and luggage are snatched every day.
Thieves and pickpockets can make absolute killings (lots and lots of sellable items, I mean) off of tourists who do not know what they are doing when they walk around the city all day with their belongings. One thing you can do to stop the chances of your items being stolen is to leave most jewelry or just the more valuable, rare, and expensive pieces at home
- Credit Cards And Currency: You can also carry your credit cards in the inside pocket of your coat if you swear that you won’t be taking it off anytime soon!
- Passport: As for your passport, you should always have it on you. Not in your bag, not in your purse, but directly on your person. This is extremely important. Consider carrying your passport in your front left pocket as well as smaller items like headphones, coins, and a pen or two.
- Wallet: You can then carry your wallet in your jacket, or, if this is not possible, in your left pocket as well. You may then carry your smartphone in your right-hand pocket as well.