These are the world’s most powerful passports, you can travel in so many countries without a visa


Henley Passport Index: Airlines around the world are facing cancellations due to the increase in coronavirus cases due to the Omicron variant. Amid a wave of infections affecting its workforce and affected operations, the Henley Passport Index has released its list of the world’s most powerful passports for 2022. Let us see which country’s passport has been given which ranking.

10) Latvia, Slovenia, Estonia

10) Latvia, Slovenia, Estonia

Latvia, Slovenia and Estonia collectively occupy the tenth place in the list of most powerful passports in the world. Passport holders of these countries can travel to 181 countries without a visa.

Lithuania and Slovakia

9) Lithuania and Slovakia

With free access to 182 countries, Lithuania and Slovakia collectively occupy the ninth place on the list of the most powerful passports in the world.

Poland and Hungary

8) Poland and Hungary

According to the Henley Passport Index, Poland and Hungary are ranked eighth in the list of the world’s best passports in 2022. On this passport, 183 countries can be traveled without a visa.

Greece, Malta, Czech Republic, Canada and Australia

7) Greece, Malta, Czech Republic, Canada and Australia

The Czech Republic, Greece, Malta and New Zealand occupy the seventh place in this list, with access to 185 countries without visas.

Switzerland, United States, United Kingdom, Norway, New Zealand and Belgium

6) Switzerland, United States, United Kingdom, Norway, New Zealand and Belgium

Switzerland, the United States, the United Kingdom, Norway, New Zealand and Belgium occupy the sixth place in the list. Entry can be found in 186 countries on the passport here.

Portugal and Ireland

5) Portugal and Ireland

Portugal and Ireland occupy the fifth place on the list, with visa-free access to 187 countries.

France, Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark and Austria

4) France, Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark and Austria

People from France, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark and Austria can visit 188 countries without a visa. These five countries are at number four in this list.

Spain, Luxembourg, Italy and Finland

3) Spain, Luxembourg, Italy and Finland

Spain, Luxembourg, Italy and Finland are third on the list with visa-free access to 189 countries.

South Korea and Germany

2) South Korea and Germany

In this list, South Korea and Germany occupy the second place in the list. These two countries have access to 190 countries.

Japan and Singapore

1) Japan and Singapore

According to the Henley Passport Index, Japan and Singapore have the most powerful passports in the world. Passport holders of both these countries can travel to 192 countries without visa.