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My passport is better than yours

By Monday, 10 June 2024 13:13

For the past five years Japan and Singapore have tied for the top spot on the Henley Passport Index for the number of destinations their passport holders can access without obtaining a visa before arrival. 

They have now been joined by four European countries: France, Germany Italy and Spain, with citizens of these six nations now also having visa-free or visa-upon-arrival access to 194 destinations. So now six countries can claim to have the most powerful in the world. 

The London-based Henly & Partners survey ranks the passports of 193 United Nations member countries plus six other nonmembers  - ROC Taiwan, Macao, Hong Kong, Kosovo, Palestinian Territory, and the Vatican,- in its ranking of the 227 possible travel destinations worldwide that passport holders can travel to.

In second place on the most powerful list we find Finland, South Korea, and Sweden tying with visa-free access to 193 destinations. In third place there is another tie between Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and the Netherlands which are now accessing 192 destinations each. The last name on the list is Afghanistan at 104th place with access to only 28 destinations. 


Pamela McCourt FrancesconePamela McCourt Francescone
Executive Editor

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