BRITAIN is home to some of the safest cities in the world – while Dublin has also made the top ten.
A new survey carried out by Post Office Travel Insurance has revealed that York, in north England, is the world’s safest city – with 72 per cent of British visitors to the city saying they felt safe while there.
Dublin placed seventh overall – the highest Irish entry on the list – with 58 per cent calling the Irish capital safe.
Britain led the way on the list – making up four of the top five entries; York, Bath, Edinburgh and Brighton topped the list, followed by Vienna.
Only 37 per cent of respondents said they felt safe in Belfast city, but it was Egyptian capital Cairo that was seen as the most dangerous place to travel with 56 per cent deeming it “risky”.