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Perú recognizes that tourism plays an important part in its developing economy and has taken great steps in the last few years to increase its security. You will find a lot more police in the towns and cities most frequently visited by tourists.
Thankfully the instances of assaults on tourists are very rare and, nine times out of ten, rarer than in your own country; theft can be prevalent.
However, your common thief won't threaten you with a knife and demand money – this again is rare and the precautions below should be followed.
If this does happen to you the only sensible advice is to give the thief exactly what he wants, don't put up a fight.
What Peruvian thieves are expert at, however, is making the most of a good opportunity – a moments lapse in a tourist's concentration is their business. Long bus trips, crowded streets and packed trains are all their territory.
We don't recommend that you avoid these places because you can't, but you need to be careful and use your common-sense by taking a few simple precautions:
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