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The undisputed hometown of romance is also a shining beacon of art, food, fashion, and utmost sophistication. But beyond its filigreed architecture and exceptional quality of light, is Paris safe? In fact, the question of whether Paris is a safe place for travelers is a complicated one to answer. As of late, U. The risk of terror in Paris is considered high compared to other cities around the world, so travelers should always remain vigilant, and not hesitate to report any suspicious packages or activities.
In Paris, gang-related violence is on the rise, and most tourists will want to avoid nighttime trips to the northern suburbs of Aubervilliers, Seine-Saint-Denis, and Saint-Ouen. So is the 3rd Arrondissement. The 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th arrondissements are generally considered safe as well. The 16th Arrondissement, though farther out, is also much less susceptible to crime.
Pickpockets are also all over the Metro, and may not be who you expect them to be—they can be women, and are also commonly under the age of How to defend yourself from pickpockets in Paris? Backpacks and purses should be slash-resistant and zippered shut.
As for taxis, never get into an unmarked one. The chances of natural disaster are very low in Paris. However, heavy rains into the Seine River do cause severe flooding occasionally, shutting down roads and necessitating evacuations. Pimps in Pigalle are extremely aggressive, and the district attracts plenty of other types of crime that are associated with prostitution, including human trafficking and slavery, drug use, and general violence. For those reasons, Pigalle is not generally on the tourist track, with the notable exception of the Moulin Rouge.
Another place to avoid is the Bois de Boulogne after dark. This upscale park in the 16th Arrondissement is mostly lovely by day. At night, however, it turns into an outdoor brothel, with prostitutes occupying many of the benches, waiting for clients to show up. Unfortunately, this is the case for many other public parks in Paris after dark as well—they transform into havens for prostitutes and other criminals, such as drug dealers, who have been known to commit assault.