10 Most Dangerous Cities In The World 

1. Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana is the world's most dangerous metropolis. There are 138 homicides per 100,000 people. T.J. is beset by organized crime, and Tijuana's hazardous conditions at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing have been widely reported.

2. Acapulco

With approximately 110 homicides per 100,000 residents, Acapulco is not significantly safer than Tijuana. Given the city's abundance of gangs and violence, many would-be vacationers are reconsidering their plans.

3. Caracas

 Travelers and locals have fled once-thriving Caracas due to its deteriorating socioeconomic conditions. Due to the fact that bad people are bad and decent people are desperate, Caracas is now the third most dangerous city in the world.

4. Ciudad Victoria

Its horrifying homicide rate of 86.01 per 100,000 people, kidnappings, and cartel violence make it unlikely that travelers will clamor to visit in the near future.

5. Ciudad Juárez,

Mexico returns to the spotlight as Ciudad Juárez completes the top five most deadly cities. .  A visit to Ciudad Juárez unfortunately carries the risk of falling victim to organized crime.

6. Irapuato

 Irapuato, despite its picturesque mountain views and colonial architecture, has a high crime rate and a homicide rate of 81.44 per 100,000 people.

7. Ciudad Guayana

It is currently recognized as one of the most dangerous cities in the globe. Robberies and carjackings are prevalent in Ciudad Guayana, which also has a high homicide rate of 78.3 per 100,000 inhabitants.

8. Natal

Natal is becoming increasingly perilous, with residents becoming victims of coordinated attacks on public property carried out by expert criminal groups.

9. Fortaleza

 Fortaleza's criminal population continues to increase, fueled in part by drug gangs that frequently dominate the city's numerous favelas (slums).

10. Cape Town

With a homicide rate of over 66 per 100,000 individuals, however, travelers must exercise caution. The districts of Cape Flats and Khayelitsha are among the worst perpetrators.

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