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To make sure your stay is a pleasant experience, take simple and basic precautions.

Walking in public

  • Plan your route before leaving your accommodation
  • If you plan to explore off the beaten track, it is better to do so in a group.
  • Don’t carry large amounts of cash and use credit cards wherever you can.
  • Don’t wear expensive jewellery or other valuables. Don’t walk around with expensive camera equipment visible.
  • Avoid dark and isolated areas at night.
  • If you need to take a taxi, your hotel or nearest tourism information office can recommend a reliable service.
  • If lost, as a police or traffic officer for help.

Travelling by car

  • Plan your route well in advance.
  • Keep car doors locked.
  • Place all your valuable items in the boot of the vehicle.
  • Don’t pick up strangers.
  • Park in well-lit areas at night.
  • If you find yourself lost, or are concerned about the safety of an area, contact the nearest police station for help.
  • If you are stopped by a police or traffic officer, request to see identification cards and record their names and numbers.

Emergency numbers

You can contact the emergency services – police, fire brigade, ambulance.

Emergency numbers are: 10111  (from a landline) or 112 (from a cellphone).