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Copenhagen one of the safest cities in the world

Copenhagen is ranked as one of the safest cities in the world to visit by the The Wall Street Cheat Sheet

Despite the size and popularity of Denmark’s capital city, it maintains an impressively low rate of criminal activity, according to The Wall Street Cheat Sheet, and reported by

The U.S. Department of States Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) further observes that Denmark as a whole consistently ranks among the least corrupt countries in the world, with crime rates continuing to drop.

In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, one visitor to Copenhagen wrote that she felt she “was cocooned in a bubble of friendliness, sparkles, and hugs” in the city — dramatic, but it paints a nice picture for wary travellers. That same article goes on to suggest that Copenhagen is a model for urban safety.

Read the Cheat Sheet article here.

See the US travel advisory (from 2013) here.

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