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Jerez De La Frontera is a fairly safe place to visit. Having said this, there are certain precautions that should be taken in order to ensure a smooth trip through the Andalusia region of Spain. Like always, common sense is the most important tool to be used in staying safe.
Although petty theft and burglaries are not of major concern, they occasionally afflict visitor. However, most of these situations can be easily avoided with a few simple precautions. Avoid carrying around large amounts of money, wearing expensive jewelry or looking flashy. Drawing un-needed attention is never a good idea. Try blending into the crown instead of sticking out. Make sure to lock car doors and roll up windows if leaving valuables behind.
Avoid walking alone at night (women). If staying with a group is not an option, and walking is unavoidable, try to walk along lighted, public areas.
Various scams have been known to rob tourists throughout Spain. For more information about these and various other safety issues, check out
Spain for Visitors.
Although there are no foreign embassies located in Jerez De La Frontera, many countries have a location somewhere within Spain, the majority of which are in Madrid.
For a full list including location and contact information, check out this