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Ειδήσεις και Προειδοποιήσεις

Ασφάλεια: Γαλλία

Εκδότης: U.S. Department of StateΕγκατάστασηΚείμενο Βοήθειας
Τελευταία Αναπροσαρμογή: 2009-09-08
Safety and Security
The Government of France maintains a threat rating system, known locally as “Vigipirate,” similar to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Advisory System. Under this plan, during times of heightened security, the government augments police with armed forces and increases visibility at airports, train and metro stations, and other high-profile locations such as schools, major tourist attractions, and government installations. Over the last few years, there have been numerous arrests of suspected Islamic militants involved in various terrorist plots. As with other countries in the Schengen area, France maintains open borders with its European neighbors, facilitating law enforcement cooperation yet allowing the possibility of terrorist operatives entering/exiting the country with anonymity.

Political assassinations and bombings have occurred in France. The National Front for the Liberation of Corsica (FLNC), as part of its decades-long bombing campaign on the island of Corsica, continues to conduct limited operations in the south of France and on Corsica. During the 1990s there was a wave of bombings and attacks in Paris carried out by Algerian terrorists. Today, numerous radical Islamic groups claim sympathizers within France’s large immigrant community, as evidenced by arrests over the last few years.

Although Americans have not been specifically targeted in terrorist attacks in France within the past few years, travelers should maintain vigilance. Immediately report unattended packages observed in public places or any other suspicious activities. French law enforcement authorities are proactive and will respond immediately. If there is a security incident or suspicious package, do not linger in the area to observe.

Violent civil disorder is rare in France; however, in the past, student demonstrations, labor protests, and other types of demonstrations have developed into violent confrontations between demonstrators and police. This was the case in March/April 2009, when demonstrations were held protesting the NATO Summit in Strasbourg; in 2006, when a series of large demonstrations took place in central Paris; and in 2005, when cities and towns nationwide experienced several weeks of unrest. Although most demonstrations or other forms of civil disorder experienced in France do not exhibit any anti-U.S. sentiment, it is important to remember that even a passer-by can be harmed should demonstrations devolve into violence. Americans are advised to avoid street demonstrations, particularly if riot police are on the scene.

For the latest security information, U.S. citizens traveling abroad should regularly monitor the Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs' website, which contains the current Travel Warnings and Travel Alerts as well as the Worldwide Caution.

Up-to-date information on safety and security can also be obtained by calling 1-888-407-4747 toll-free within the U.S. and Canada, or by calling a regular toll line, 1-202-501-4444, from other countries. These numbers are available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday (except U.S. federal holidays).

The Department of State urges American citizens to take responsibility for their own personal security while traveling overseas. For general information about appropriate measures travelers can take to protect themselves in an overseas environment, see the Department of State’s extensive tips and advice on traveling safely abroad.

Crime
While France has a relatively low rate of violent crime, a limited number of neighborhoods in larger French cities merit extra caution. Thieves commonly target vehicles with non-local license plates and work in or near tourist attractions such as museums, monuments, restaurants, hotels, beaches, trains, train stations, airports, and subways. Americans in France should be particularly alert to pickpockets in train stations and subways. Travelers should keep photocopies of travel documents and credit cards separate from the originals, along with key telephone numbers to contact banks for credit card replacement.

Although thieves may operate anywhere, the U.S. Embassy in Paris receives frequent reports of theft from several areas in particular:

Paris: The Paris Police Prefecture publishes information entitled “Paris In Complete Safety,” which provides practical advice and useful telephone numbers for visitors. Thieves operate on the rail link (RER) from Charles de Gaulle Airport to downtown Paris, where they prey on jet-lagged, luggage-burdened tourists. In one common ruse, a thief distracts a tourist by asking for directions while an accomplice steals a momentarily unguarded backpack, briefcase, or purse. Thieves also time their thefts to coincide with train stops so they may quickly exit the car just before the automatic doors close. Travelers should consider taking an airport shuttle bus or taxi from the airport into the city.

Reports of stolen purses, briefcases, and carry-on bags at Charles de Gaulle Airport are not uncommon. Travelers should monitor their bags at all times and never leave them unattended. As thieves commonly target laptop bags, travelers should avoid carrying passports and other valuables in computer bags. Thieves also target shoulder bags that have been placed on the floor while travelers are busy at the ticket counter. Also be aware that unattended bags are subject to destruction by airport security.

There have been reports of robberies in which thieves on motorcycles reach into moving cars by opening the car door or accessing an open window or even breaking the window to steal purses and other bags visible inside. The same technique is used against pedestrians walking with purses/bags/cameras slung over their street-side shoulder. Those traveling by car should remember to keep the windows up and the doors locked and items that may be attractive to thieves out of sight. Pedestrians are encouraged to remain aware of their surroundings at all times and to keep bags slung across the body, with the bag hanging away from the street.

Many thefts occur on the Number One Subway Line, which runs by many major tourist attractions in the center of Paris (including the Grand Arch at La Défense, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, Place de la Concorde, the Louvre, and the Bastille). Pickpockets are especially active on this metro line during the summer months and use a number of techniques. The most common, and unfortunately the most successful, is the simple “bump and snatch,” where an individual bumps into the tourist while at the same time reaching into the pockets/purse/bag. Visitors should be particularly careful when metro doors are closing, as this is a favored moment for less-sophisticated pickpockets to grab valuables and jump through the closing doors, leaving victims helplessly watching as the thief flees. Visitors are encouraged NOT to confront thieves aggressively; they often operate in groups and may become violent if cornered. Simply drawing attention to an attempted theft will most likely stop the operation and result in a tactical withdrawal by the thief.

The Gare du Nord train station, where express trains from the airport arrive in Paris, is also a high-risk area for pick-pocketing and theft. Travelers should also beware that thefts commonly occur on both overnight and day trains, especially those originating in Spain, Italy, and Belgium. These involve the theft of valuables while passengers are sleeping, or while bags are left unattended.

In hotels, thieves target lobbies and breakfast rooms, and take advantage of moments of inattention to snatch jackets, purses, and backpacks. While many hotel rooms do have safety latches that allow guests to secure their rooms from inside, this feature is not as universal as it is in the United States. If no chain or latch is present, a chair placed up against the door and wedged under the handle is usually an effective obstacle to surreptitious entry during the night. There are, however, reports of thieves breaking into hotel rooms on lower floors through open windows while the occupants are sleeping. To guard against this, hotel room windows should be kept locked at all times. Whenever possible, valuables should be kept in the hotel safe.

Many Americans have reported thefts of purses occurring in restaurants and nightclubs/bars, where purses are stolen from the back of a chair or from under the table. Again, keep valuables on your person and do not leave them unattended or out of sight. Thefts also occur at the major department stores such as Galeries Lafayette and Printemps where tourists often place wallets, passports, and credit cards on cashier counters during transactions.

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) are very common in France and provide ready access to cash, allowing travelers to carry as much money as they need for each day. The rates are competitive with local exchange bureaus, and an ATM transaction is easier than cashing a traveler’s check. However, crime involving ATMs is increasing. Travelers should not use ATMs in isolated, unlit areas or where loiterers are present. Travelers should be especially aware of persons standing close enough to see the Personal Identification Number (PIN) being entered into the machine. Thieves often conduct successful scams by simply observing the PIN as it is entered and then stealing the card from the user in some other location. If the card becomes stuck, travelers should immediately report it to the bank where the machine is located.

Large criminal operations in Paris involving the use of ATMs that “eat” the user’s ATM card have been reported. This most often happens during a weekend or at night when the bank is closed. The frustrated traveler often walks away after unsuccessfully trying to retrieve the card, with plans to return the first day the bank is open. In such cases, a criminal gang has modified the machine using an add-on device equipped with a microchip that records the user’s PIN when it is typed in, and also prevents the card from being ejected. The criminal retrieves the card from the device once the visitor departs, downloads the recorded PIN and then goes to other ATMs and withdraws as much cash as possible. ATM users are strongly encouraged to carry a 24-hour emergency number for their ATM card and bank account that will enable the immediate prevention of withdrawals from the account if difficulties occur.

Pigalle is the “adult entertainment district” of Paris. Many entertainment establishments in this area engage in aggressive marketing and charge well beyond the normal rate for drinks. Reports of threats of violence to coerce patrons into paying exorbitant beverage tabs are not uncommon. There have also been several violent confrontations between rival gangs in the district, including one in August 2007 one block from the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret. Visitors are encouraged to avoid this area unless touring with a well-organized and reputable tour company.

Normandy: There has been an increase in break-ins and thefts from vehicles in the parking lots at the Normandy beaches and American cemeteries. Valuables should not be left unattended in cars, and locking valuables in the trunk should not be considered a safeguard as thieves often pry open car trunks to steal bags.

Southern France: Thefts from cars with unlocked doors or open windows stopped at red lights or caught in slow traffic are very common, particularly in Marseille and along the Riviera of the Nice-Antibes-Cannes area. Car doors should be kept locked and windows raised at all times to prevent "snatch-and-grab" incidents by thieves on motorcycles. Parked cars are also frequently broken into. Valuables should not be left in unattended parked cars, even in the trunk.

[1] 

HIV: Γαλλία

Επικράτηση του HIV μεταξύ ηλικίας ενήλικοι > =15 έτη 0.263%

Επείγων

Αριθμοί τηλεφώνου

Αστυνομία Πυροσβεστική Ασθενοφόρο Κινητό Τηλέφωνο (GSM)
112 / 15 / 18 112 / 18 112 / 17 112

Πρεσβείες και Προξενεία

Προσοχή: Ως πολίτης της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης, μπορείτε να χρησιμοποιήσετε τις πρεσβείες και τα προξενεία των άλλων κρατών μελών επίσης. Θα βρείτε τον κατάλογο αντιπροσωπευόμενων κρατών της ΕΕ στο webpage μαςEmbassies and Consulates.


Ξένες ΧώρεςΕγκατάσταση => Παρίσι
Καταχωρήσεις: 6

Υπηρεσία Καρτών

Εταιρεία
American Express Diners Club MasterCard Visa Ανακαλύψτε EC/Maestro JCB

Μεταφορά Χρημάτων

Δεν έχουμε τις καταχωρήσεις αυτής της θέσης για τη μεταφορά χρημάτων. Εάν χρειάζεστε περισσότερες πληροφορίες για τα σημεία μεταφοράς χρημάτων πηγαίνετε στη σελίδα Western Union[2] .Εναλλακτικά μπορείτε να στείλετε τα χρήματα on-line επίσης, αλλά αυτή η υπηρεσία είναι μόνο από μερικές χώρες[3]  διαθέσιμη.


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Αερολιμένες

Αερολιμένας IATA ICAO Απόσταση
Paris-Orly ORY LFPO 14 χλμ
Paris-Le Bourget LBJ LFPB 15 χλμ
Paris - Charles-de-Gaulle CDG LFPG 23 χλμ
Toussus-le-Noble TNF LFPN 21 χλμ
Beauvais-Tillé BVA LFOB 69 χλμ
Chartres-Champhol QTJ LFOR 75 χλμ

Σιδηροδρομικούς Σταθμούς

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Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée  
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Eurotunnel Groupe Eurotunnel S.A. (en)
RATP Paris Transport Authority - Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (en)

Σταθμών

Σταθμών Απόσταση
Austerlitz Station 1.7 χλμ
Bastille 1.5 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Austerlitz 1.8 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Est 2.7 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Lyon 2.1 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Nord 3 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Montparnasse 2.6 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Saint-Lazare 3.1 χλμ
Gare de Paris-Bercy 2.9 χλμ
Pont-Cardinet 4.6 χλμ

Υγεία

Πληροφορίες Υγείας: Γαλλία

Εκδότης: U.S.A., Centers for Disease Control and PreventionΕγκατάστασηΚείμενο Βοήθειας
Τελευταία Αναπροσαρμογή: 2009-09-08

    Before visiting France, you may need to get the following vaccinations and medications for vaccine-preventable diseases and other diseases you might be at risk for at your destination: (Note: Your doctor or health-care provider will determine what you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities.)

    To have the most benefit, see a health-care provider at least 4–6 weeks before your trip to allow time for your vaccines to take effect.

    Even if you have less than 4 weeks before you leave, you should still see a health-care provider for needed vaccines, medications, and information about how to protect yourself from illness and injury while traveling.

    If your travel plans will take you to more than one country during a single trip, be sure to let your health-care provider know so that you can receive the appropriate vaccinations and information for all of your destinations. Long-term travelers, such as those who plan to work or study abroad, may also need additional vaccinations as required by their employer or school.

    Be sure your routine vaccinations are up-to-date. Check the links below to see which vaccinations adults and children should get.

    Routine vaccines, as they are often called, such as for influenza, chickenpox (or varicella), polio, measles/mumps/rubella (MMR), and diphtheria/pertussis/tetanus (DPT) are given at all stages of life; see the childhood and adolescent immunization schedule and routine adult immunization schedule.

    Routine vaccines are recommended even if you do not travel. Although childhood diseases, such as measles, rarely occur in the United States, they are still common in many parts of the world. A traveler who is not vaccinated would be at risk for infection.

    [4] 

    Παράγοντες υγείας: Γαλλία[5] 

    Περιγραφή
    Νερό Πρόσβαση στις βελτιωμένες πηγές νερού κατανάλωσης: αγροτικές 100%
    Πρόσβαση στις βελτιωμένες πηγές νερού κατανάλωσης: αστικές 100%
    Υγεία Επικράτηση του HIV μεταξύ ηλικίας ενήλικοι > =15 έτη 0.263%
    Νοσοκομειακά κρεβάτια (ανά πληθυσμό 10 000) 73
    Υπολογιζόμενη διάρκεια ζωής στο θηλυκό γέννησης (έτη) 84
    Υπολογιζόμενη διάρκεια ζωής στο αρσενικό γέννησης (έτη) 77

    Νοσοκομεία

    Νοσοκομείο Απόσταση
    Hôpital La Collégiale 1.7 χλμ
    Hôpital Cochin 1.9 χλμ
    Hôpital Broca 2.1 χλμ
    Hôpital La Pitié-Salpêtrière 2 χλμ
    Hôpital Saint-Vincent de Paul 2 χλμ
    Hôpital La Rochefoucauld 2.7 χλμ
    Hôpital Saint-Louis 2.7 χλμ
    Hôpital Lariboisière 3.2 χλμ
    Hôpital Saint-Antoine 2.5 χλμ
    Hôpital Necker Enfants Malades 2.6 χλμ
    Hôpital Bretonneau 4.3 χλμ
    Hôpital Broussais 3.8 χλμ
    Hôpital Bichat - Claude Bernard 5.2 χλμ
    Hôpital Rothschild 3.8 χλμ
    Hôpital Tenon 4.1 χλμ

    Φυσική Καταστροφή

    Σεισμός

    Ο σφαιρικός σεισμικός χάρτης κινδύνου GSHAP
    Αυτός ο χάρτης GSHAP απεικονίζει το πιθανό επίπεδο επίγειας κίνησης μικρής-περιόδου από τους σεισμούς σε ένα παράθυρο πενήντα-χρόνων. Τα χρώματα χαρτών που επιλέγονται για να σκιαγραφήσουν τον κίνδυνο αντιστοιχούν κατά προσέγγιση στο πραγματικό επίπεδο του κινδύνου. Τα πιό δροσερά χρώματα αντιπροσωπεύουν το χαμηλότερο κίνδυνο ενώ τα θερμότερα χρώματα αντιπροσωπεύουν τον υψηλότερο κίνδυνο. Συγκεκριμένα, το λευκό και το πράσινο αντιστοιχούν στο χαμηλό κίνδυνο (0 - 8% g, όπου το g είναι ίσο με την επιτάχυνση της βαρύτητας) κίτρινο και πορτοκαλί αντιστοιχούν στο μέτριο κίνδυνο (8 - 24% g); το ροζ και το κόκκινο αντιστοιχούν στον υψηλό κίνδυνο(24 - 40% g) και σκούρο κόκκινο και καφετή αντιστοιχούν στον πολύ υψηλό κίνδυνο
    ( ? 40% g).[6] 


    Σεισμός: Παρίσι

    GSHAP[7]

    Προετοιμασία Ταξιδιού

    Δύναμη

    Τάση Συχνότητα Βούλωμα δύναμης
    230 V
    50 Hz
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