As the world becomes increasingly opened up by international air travel, those who have the most respected passports are first in line to satisfy their craving to discover new places. There is a ranking of passports, which shows those accepted by the most destinations, without the need for a visa. It is a fierce battle.
According to the consultants, Henley & Partners, those who have passports from Japan or Singapore can enter 192 countries. Next, in second place, are Germany and South Korea, whose holders can enter 190 countries without restriction. Third place, with 189 countries, is a draw between four countries: Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain. Brazil is 20th, with 169 destinations (you can see the list at the end of this post).
Remember that a passport is just a travel document. If you want to have a European passport, for example, you have to be accepted as a citizen of another country, first. Are you thinking about applying?
You can see what you will need in order to take the first steps to apply for some nationalities on this Blog, such as German, Italian and Luxembourgish (click on each for the details). Traduzca can support you in this, because we have sworn translators in the respective languages who can meet your needs.
The passports that are most accepted in 2022:
- Japan, Singapore (192 destinations)
- Germany, South Korea (190)
- Finland, Italy, Luxemburg and Spain (189)
- Austria, Denmark, France, Holland, Sweden (188)
- Ireland, Portugal (187)
- Belgium, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States (186)
- Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Greece, Malta (185)
- Poland, Hungary (183)
- Lithuania, Slovakia (182)
- Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia (181)