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Safest Places in Croatia Revealed

Safest places in Croatia revealed

Safest places in Croatia revealed

Croatia is one of the safest countries in Europe, according to statistical data, but which places in the country are the safest?

The safest places in Croatia last year, according to the rate of assaults and property crimes, and the rate of traffic offences and drug abuse, were revealed at a recent conference in Zadar.

Sinj, situated inland from Split, is officially the safest town with a safety and security rate standing at 1.51. Petrinja, a town located around 50 kilometres south-east of the capital Zagreb, was second with a safety and security rate of 1.75.

Sinj (photo credit: visitsinj)

Sinj (photo credit: visitsinj)

The other entries in the top ten safest cities in 2015 were Samobor, Požega, Djakovo, Dubrovnik, Sisak, Vukovar, Solin and Split. When it comes to burglaries and thefts, residents of Požega in western Slavonia, Sinj and Dubrovnik recorded the lowest rates.

The best performing towns for traffic safety were Petrinja, Djakovo and Sinj.

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