Map of Saint-Henri for Bear in mind also that state museums across Italy are free on the first Sunday of the month. Crime and personal safety Both Italy and Switzerland are safe countries and you should feel comfortable walking around town centres and resorts, even in the evening. That said, in the bigger towns, like Milan and Verona, tourists can be targeted by pickpockets: crowded streets or markets, big train stations and busy tourist areas are the places to be on your guard: don’t flash anything of value, keep a firm hand on your camera, and carry shoulder bags, as Italian women do, slung across your body. Keep an eye out for two or three people begging together, often with an infant or small child in tow; they will usually have a piece of cardboard explaining their predicament which will be adroitly used to cover one of them whipping away your valuables. On the whole, it’s common sense to avoid badly lit areas completely at night. Confronted with a robber, your best bet is to submit meekly. If driving, never leave anything valuable in your vehicle, and try to park on well-lit, well-used streets or in garages with security men. Motorway service stations have a particularly high rate of petty crime, so make sure you always leave your vehicle locked with all valuables out of sight. If the worst happens, you’ll need to report to the police. Map of Saint-Henri 2016.
Map of Saint-Henri Photo Gallery