According to the Travel&Tourism Competitiveness Report for 2017 related to safety, Croatia was ranked among one of the safest countries in the world for holidaymakers to visit.
The latest survey about safety of Croatian cities carried out by the Institute of Economics in Zagreb based on data from the Ministry of the Interior has revealed the safest cities and towns in the country in 2017.
The survey was presented at the 10th International City Security Conference 2018, which was held in Split from the 22nd to the 23rd of March 2018. When it comes to overall security, out of 29 cities and towns included in the survey Sinj is the safest Croatian town for the fourth year in a row.
The town of Sinj in the Split-Dalmatia County, well known for the 300-year old tournament ‘’Sinjska alka’’, is followed by continental cities and towns such as Đakovo, Požega, Samobor, Križevci, Velika Gorica, Petrinja, Sisak, Bjelovar, and Koprivnica.
Larger coastal cities placed in the lower part of the list such as Split (12th), Dubrovnik (15th), Šibenik (26th), Zadar (28th) and Pula (29th). The Croatian capital of Zagreb placed as the 20th on the list of the safest cities in Croatia.