With a safety rating of nearly 65%, Kazan is a very safe city, because local government and police really take care about the high safety level in the capital of Tatarstan Republic.
SafeAround has gathered information from different trustworthy sources, to make sure you have a safe trip and be aware of all potential danger.
City CenterThe so-called “Bermuda Triangle” of Kazan between the streets: Profsoyuznaya, Kremlevskaya, Bauman and Pravobulachnaya, where most of the crimes occur. Here, the largest number of clubs are concentrated, where young people are drawn from all around the city, thus we recommend visitors to avoid these streets at night time. During the day you can walk around calmly, without fear of being robbed. Also, we recommend avoiding visiting the club called “Arena”, because of the high frequency of hassles in this place.
SuburbsWe highly recommend avoiding Zhilploshchadka, part of the Moscow district, because of its shady reputation and high frequency of crimes.
Warnings & Dangers
OVERALL RISK :
Kazan is a safe city. Despite the fact, that Russia occupies 124 out of 162 on the ranking of the safest and most dangerous countries. During daylight all the parts of the city of Kazan are safe, but SafeAround highly recommends to refrain from night walks around the city. If there is still need to go somewhere during night, the best way is to take an official taxi.
PICKPOCKETS RISK :
There is some pickpocket-related risk in Kazan. A few basic precautions will almost eliminate the chances of being pickpocketed.
MUGGING RISK :
Kazan is a safe city regarding mugging and kidnapping risks, although some areas are best to be avoided at night.
SCAMS RISK :
There are nearly no scammers in Kazan. Don’t participate in a street gambling games, because there is a high probability of being deceived.
TRANSPORT & TAXIS RISK :
NATURAL DISASTERS RISK :
No natural disaster risks.
TERRORISM RISK :
Despite it’s a Muslim capital of Russia, the risks of terrorism almost don’t exist.
WOMEN TRAVELERS RISK :
Kazan is generally safe for women travelers. SafeAround just recommends not to talk with suspicious men and don’t agree on a free ride, though it’s very common and doesn’t carry any danger.