1. Iceland

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October 29, 2016

Start planning your travel to these peaceful places.

As natural disasters, terrorism, robberies and massacres made our planet a hell, everyone are in the urge to settle down in one of the safest places.
But unfortunately when it comes to preparing a list of top 10 safest countries in the world, it becomes extremely hard to find such countries that satisfy all the criteria an individual has in mind.

So now, how would you picture a safest country? Is that the one which has
Low crime rate?
No natural disaster?
Low corruption?
Immunity to economical crisis?
Or is it fast solving cases?

See list of 10 Safest Countries In The World.
GPI Score : 1.148
For the sixth year in a row, Iceland tops the safety index.
The Nordic nation scored low points for homicides, number of people in jail, and terror acts.
Iceland does not have any standing army.
Instead, it has the rescue teams moving around.
Even the pettiest crimes like pickpocket, wallet snatching are nonexistent in this country.

2. Denmark

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.246
Despite being a small country, at a certain point of time, Denmark had faced many serious issues due to crime and terrorism.
However, it has successfully tackled all those problems and today it proudly stands on the list of safest countries in the world.
Denmark regularly ranks among the happiest countries in the world, and now its also one of the safest.

3. Austria

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.278
By providing the high level of security and peacefulness, this country continues to rank in all the lists boasting the “safest countries and best countries” in the recent years.
Austria is popularly known as “The land of Music“. It has produced many timeless musicians to the world.

4. New Zealand

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.287
New Zealand is “The country with the most transparent political status“.
Its strict laws and tough punishments are yet another reasons for their low crime rate.

5. Portugal

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.356
Earlier this year, Condé Nast Traveler declared Lisbon the most underrated city in Europe.
The Global Peace Index only underlines that point: Portugals relative affordability and beauty combined with its safety make it a must-visit.

6. Finland

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.429
Being one of the Nordic-style countries, Finland is mainly known for its high regard for the civil liberty, democracy, and human rights.
With low crime rate, nature-friendly environments, and stable economy, it never fails to rank high in all the lists that talk about the national performance metrics.
Finland is ranked as the 11th best country to live in the world in our official list.

7. Switzerland

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.370
Switzerlands famous neutrality works in its favor for the peace index, where the country was noted for its absence in both internal and external conflicts.
That probably leaves it plenty of time to complete projects like the worlds longest and deepest tunnel.
Switzerland has four official languages and is divided into 26 independent states known as cantons. Each one of them has their own laws and regulations.

8. Canada

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.388
Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world and its 20.6% of total population is built only with foreigners.
Not to mention, it is claimed to have the highest immigrants rate per capita in the world.
Healthcare system of Canada is one of the most debated hot topics worldwide.
Try visiting one the countrys most friendly cities or checking out Toronto on a stopover program.

9. Japan

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.395
The next country in our list of safest places to live in the world is Japan.
The Crime rate in this country is really low.
Japan scored high marks on the peace index for having a low number of homicides and little access to weapons.

10. Slovenia

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October 29, 2016

GPI Score : 1.408
While Slovenia has negligible terror activity and few internal conflicts, it does have a slightly higher than average police presence, which often makes visitors to the country feel safer.

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