- Watch your pockets, especially if there is a crowd (sights, subway, and trams)
- Watch out for large groups of people jostling you. Beware of a particular pickpocket gang operating in Prague – They tend to operate on the 9, 10 and 22 trams, as well as the central metro stations, usually just as people are getting on and off, or on the escalators
- Driving is extremely dangerous, and it claims almost 118 annual fatalities per million inhabitants. Poorly repaired roads, the lack of safe infrastructure, irregular place markings and a mixture of both late model to old model vehicles is all what makes driving a life threatening experience.
Other than that, the Czech Republic is a very safe country.
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