I'm sorry, I'm poor at English.Please permit a strange word.
I am Japanese female college student.
I longed to go to France and United Kingdom.
I wished go to a graduation trip there.
But, I changed the destination to Italy because I'm afraid of last year's trouble.
Italy is one of the country I wanted to go where.
But I don't know a careful point about Italy because sudden change.
Could you tell me a careful point and the thing which can be enjoyed by Italian travel?
There's nothing to be worried about in France, the UK, or Italy. While the city of Paris has had two attacks in the past year, that doesn't really make the country of France more dangerous (and arguably Paris is only slightly more dangerous seeing as 32 million people travel there every year and just over 100 were killed in both attacks). France is a big country, and if you are that worried about violence, you can experience some of the best of France without ever stepping foot in Paris
In general, every country has had its share of terrorist violence. If you ruled out every country that experienced such attacks, you would probably be left only with Switzerland and a handful of other countries. Hell, even Tokyo suffered a terrorist attack in 1995. Don't let that fear stop you from travelling. The only thing you reasonably have to worry about is typical tourist-affecting crimes which occur in every country, like theft and scams.
If anything, Paris might even be one of the safer Euro capitals now because they are likely going balls to the wall on counter terrorism and security...
Don't wear a kimono; people in Italy wear togas. Remember that Italian ramen is called spaghetti.
Lastly, everyone kisses one another instead of bowing. If that bothers you, imagine how you would feel if someone didn't bow to you; "when in Rome."