Most useless passport in the world | We all know that owning a German or Swedish passport means: the world is your oyster. Germans and Swedish can enter almost any country on earth without a visa. (German passport: 187 countries, Swedish passport: 185). But how is life on the other end of the floor? We are listing the bottom 15 countries right here.
With these passports you will have an incredibly hard time traveling on:
Afghanistan: Afghanis can only enter 25 countries without visa.
Libya, Palestine, Sudan: 37
North Korea, Bangladesh, Eritrea, Iran, Lebanon: 39
To get this into perspective here are the 15 most powerful passports are:
Japan, Singapore: 189 countries can be entered without visa.
Germany, Finland, South Korea: 187
Denmark, Italy, Luxembourg: 186
France, Spain, Sweden: 185
Austria, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland: 184
Where did we get this information from: Henley & Partners Passport Index. This index represents a very sophisticated measure of global access. It provided us with an in-depth picture of travel freedom by country. The Henley Passport Index is based on IATA data (International Air Transport Association). Check out where your passport is ranking -> Read more …
#6 in the H&P Index: United Kingdom with 183 countries that can be entered without visa. Pretty good for a stubborn brexit toddler. Other countries ranked at number 6 are: United States, Norway, Ireland, Greece, Canada and Belgium.
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