Dubai named seventh safest city in the world

And Abu Dhabi is officially the safest city on the planet for the fourth time

Dubai named seventh safest city in the world

There’s a lot to love about Dubai – from its stunning sandy beaches, top-notch restaurants, scream-inducing theme parks and world-class attractions – the list goes on.

And once again, the city can also be credited for its safety.

Dubai has been recognised as the seventh safety city in the world, out of 376 other cities, according to crowd sourced global data website Numbeo.

Abu Dhabi has also ranked as safest city in the world – around the globe – for the fourth year in a row.

The ranking is based on user feedback who report how serious they felt crime was in the city, how safe they feel and if they have concerns over being attacked due to discrimination.

Other cities that featured in the top ten safest cities include Doha, Taipei, Quebec, Sharjah, Zurich, Munich, Eskisehir and Bern.

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