From Isolated Islands, to the some surprisingly populated places, these are the SAFEST Cities During the Zombie Apocalypse !
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5. Carcassonne, France
If you’re somewhere in France and the zombie apocalypse strikes, consider coming to the city of Carcassonne, located in Southwestern France. The medieval, Cite de Carcassonne, will become the perfect stronghold for fighting off hordes of the undead. This was once a thriving trading post, that’s fortified with over 50 towers and the walls can reach about 30 feet high. Being Unesco world heritage site, it is still in great condition to this day. Equipped with a drawbridge, the people inside can decide who they want to let in. Even against looters during the apocalypse, this fortification could prove to be extremely effective. There’s also plenty of space outside the cities walls for farming, but just be careful.
4. Montreal, Canada
One of the more populated areas on this list, Montreal is surrounded by water and if they spent enough time, they could barricade the entries into the city. Mount Royal, located on the heart of the island makes for a great lookout location to spot potential brain eaters or for a place to hide out from the infected. Since there’s quite a bit of snow in Canada, all the snow plows can be converted into zombie killing machines. Canadians don’t own guns but there should be no shortage of hockey sticks to swing at the undead. Hockey gear like the gloves and masks might prove to be useful equipment while fighting them off Certainly once winter hits, the zombies won’t be able to handle the cold weather and simply freeze, although there is some debate to this theory. Keep Montreal as an option when relocating but be sure to keep practicing your French. You won’t have any problems finding maple syrup which has an extremely long shelf, and should give you a little extra energy for swinging your melee weapong of choice, making it a great food for the apocalypse .
3. Valletta, Malta
The fact that the city of Valletta is already on an island is a great start After being invaded many times by numerous different people, the island of Malta has an extensive number of fortifications. Here you can find walled fortress, citadels, forts, towers, redoubts and pillboxes. The strategic location has made it desired by many different powers, and if zombies decide to come in, there will be an extremely large number of fortified places to hide. Here we see Fort Manoel, built by the knights of Saint John. It was slightly damaged during world war II but restored and back in fighting condition. Every strategic location of this city is fortified with, including St. Andrew’s Bastion. At the very tip of the harbor, stands Fort St Elmo, with withstood siege by the Ottomans for 28 days
Longyearbyen is the world’s most northern city and they certainly seem to be ready for the apocalypse! Located within the Arctic Circle, if you can withstand the cold, this place maybe completely untouched by the zombie apocalypse due to it’s isolation. The residents here are well trained with firearms since they have to deal with relentless polar bears quite often. If they can fight off polar bears, they should be able to fight off zombies should be able to fight off zombies… should. The Island of Svalbard is also where you’ll find the global seed vault, which houses a large variety and quantity of seeds that could potentially restore food supplies. The seeds are stored here in case of an event like the apocalypse and the island could become quite wealthy from the barter system.
And number 1 but first, some honorable mentions.
Boston, Massachusetts for its high concentration of microbiologists, making it likely to find a cure there. Cheyenne Wyoming, for it being in a desolate region, with one of the lowest amount of people per capita, in the United States. Virginia beach for it being well equipped for defense and a heavy military presence. And Tristan de Cunha for its complete isolation
Making your escape to the Rockie Mountains almost seems like sure fire bet in escaping the zombie apocalypse for numerous reasons. Being a mile high above sea level will make it quite difficult for zombies trying to creep up on this city. While densely populated cities will spread the virus quickly, Denver is well spread out, with many people living in nearby suburbs. It would takes months for the virus to possibly spread to Rockie mountains, which is some of the most difficult terrain to navigate in North America. Once you’ve made it to Denver and stocked up on supplies, you can consider heading west to places even more secluded like Aspen and overtake a skiing cabin to hideout. With many large houses that will likely have plenty of supplies, and plenty of trees, you’ll find yourself quite a few resources to start fires and plenty of wildlife to hunt for food.