My1sttoday Travel — Here’s the top 10 ‘safest’ countries in the world with amazing tourist attractions.
Safety is a top consideration for the majority of tourists. But where are the safest countries in the world?
The Global Peace Index from the Institute of Economics and Peace analyses destinations to find the safest country.
Researchers look at violent crime, terrorism, international conflict and societal safety and dangers.
The safest country in the world might not be the first holiday destination people think of for summer but it has some incredible tourist attractions.
Top 10 Safest Countries in The World (Global Peace Index)
- New Zealand
- Czech Republic
Iceland was ranked as the safest country in the world based on the Global Peace Index ratings.
One visitor wrote on Tripadvisor: “This is an amazing and spectacular beach. The cliffs and sea caves with their variety of basalt columns of all sizes and twists are mesmerising.”
Many tourists choose to rent a car and drive the country’s Ring Road which offers outstanding views of glaciers, waterfalls and coastlines.
It can take about two weeks to complete but tourists could also opt to enjoy just part of the route.
One visitor said: “Trip of a lifetime! It’s perfect if you enjoy nature and crave quiet. Amazing scenery.
New Zealand was ranked as the second safest country in the world and is now open to vaccinated Britons.
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Britons seeking sun could opt for a holiday in the fourth safest country in the world, Portugal.
Portugal’s southern Algarve region offers almost guaranteed good weather during summer as well as stunning beaches.
Ireland also made the top 10 list although it was recently named as one of the most expensive countries in the EU.
Canada closed the top 10 list, the country is famous for the gorgeous scenery and uninhabited land. The views of the untouched and natural environment are breathtaking and composed of beautiful lakes and rivers. There are three oceans, mountains, plains, and some of the most attractive cities in the world, like Toronto.