Is there a lot of crime in Grecia?
We asked people if there is a lot of crime. They answered...
"Grecia is generally a safe and secure place to live. Crime is relatively low, though like any other city or town, there are instances of petty crime, such as pickpocketing and robberies, as well as occasional incidents of fraud or burglary. Although the majority of these incidents tend to be isolated, visitors to Grecia should remain vigilant and use common sense when travelling. Local police work hard to ensure that the city remains safe and they are quick to respond to reports of any kind of crime," wrote a member who made the move to Grecia, Costa Rica, Costa Rica.
"I imagine there is the usual crime, but it isn't obvious. I live in a gated community with roving security so I feel safe," explained one expat living in Grecia, Costa Rica.
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