Americans should avoid travel along the borders, but can otherwise enjoy this country's 2,000-mile coastline along the Arabian Sea, Indian Sea and Gulf of Oman. If in Bucharest, choose a good hostel in a quiet neighborhood. Venezuela was also found to be lacking following the decline of the country's healthcare system, while North Korea was given a similar ranking because it is "unable" to manage a potential disease outbreak, according to a global health study. However, Ukraine is the biggest country in Europe so you can easily stay far away from conflict zones and still enjoy the country – in fact, now is the perfect time to visit Ukraine! Both Peru and Bolivia straddle Lake Titicaca, which is the highest navigable lake in the world, rising more than 12,500 feet above sea level.

In recent years, the State Department has advised heightened precaution in Morocco due to reports of travelers being mugged and attacked. The safest destination in Central Europe, and the third safest nation in Europe itself, is Austria. The US State Department doesn't have any alerts set for the first county to use online political voting. The 17 most unsafe cities in Europe. Avoid the dodgy sites and spend your time in authority areas – preferably with quick access to a police station. The US State Department doesn't have any alerts set for the ninth largest country in Europe.

There are sights and attractions in Austria for every kind of traveler. A2A. Experts predict at least another five years will be needed for the efforts. The world’s most dangerous countries for 2020 have been revealed in a new interactive map. You know how the saying goes: “You should better be safe than sorry,” and this is how to prepare for a trip to Europe: Mass-media already made sure to make the strained relationship between Russia and America well-known in the world. The war has been over in Kosovo for nearly two decades now so the country is as safe to visit as its neighboring ones. Crime is very rare in the country, and terrorism is relatively uncommon. Kiev, for instance, has a murder rate of 3.2 per 100,000 people – meaning that on average, 100 people are murdered every year. Zimbabwe and South Africa are experiencing crime and civil unrest as well, so if you visit you should monitor the news for breaking events and stay away from political rallies, demonstrations and crowds. There is political upheaval currently taking place in Venezuela, which lands a top spot on the State Department’s “Do Not Travel” zone. In a land where beautiful buildings rise high, and the grass is always green, you wouldn’t think that you would have reason to worry.