AN average of 16 per cent of young British and German tourists claim to have suffered sexual harassment during their holiday in
In addition, 2.2 per cent of the tourists surveyed said they had been the victim of rape, and 6.2 per cent had been involved in a fight.
The study undertaken by The European
The IREFEA President, Amador Calafat, said that this established a close relationship between the consumption of alcohol or drugs and the possibility of being involved in a violent act or incident.
He also said it called attention to the fact that the highest incidence of crimes was in
Meanwhile, contrasting research has shown
This was revealed in a study conducted by online travel agent, sunshine.co.uk, as part of ongoing research into Britons’ views on destinations around the world.
The results were collated to find the top 5 ‘safest’ and ‘unsafe’ destinations, based on the average score of how secure British tourists felt whilst there.