Welcome to Prague and to the Czech Republic, winners of many awards and honors in which both are ranked among the safest cities and countries in the world! Prague has maintained its position among the top 50 safest cities in the world in the last 5 years, usually earning the spot around number 40.
The Czech Republic at large has consistently been awarded the ranking among the top 10 safest countries in the world as well as the 6th or 7th safest country in Europe in the past few years.
This has had numerous positive effects on the city and the country, one of them being that tourists are able to travel to Prague carefree, enjoy their time in the Czech Republic and return home boasting about how safe and sound they felt during their wonderful vacation.
However, as is true anywhere, whether in New York City, Vienna, Melbourne or Mumbai, everyone should always practice safe measures, especially when in unknown and unfamiliar locations, which is true of most vacations or trips.
Below we’ve outlined a few areas or situations in which you should be aware before traveling anywhere, including to Prague and the Czech Republic. This is not to scare you, but to remind you that one should always be cautious and aware of possible threats. But to really stress the point-Prague and the Czech Republic are VERY safe places!
Know the fare before you get into the taxi or use a taxi app.
Exchange money at reputable places.
Keep an eye on your things, wear your purse or bag close to your body.
Look both ways and know that trams always have the right of way.
Warning: Please be aware of the possible risks involved in any and all activities when traveling to any city or any country in the world. Any risks are taken at the full responsibility of the client and are not that of ISLANDICA or To Do In Prague. Please see our Terms and Conditions for more information.