The best passports in 2020 [And the worst too]

The Best Passports in 2020 [And The Worst Too] is an annual Henley & Partners ranking based on the number of destinations a bearer can enter without a visa.

Also called the list of the most powerful passports globally, this year 2020, the top winner’s trophy goes to Japan. So if you are a Japanese citizen: Keep Calm and travel.

The 20 most powerful passports in the world in 2020:

1. Japan (191 countries and territories)

2. Singapore (190)

3. South Korea and Germany (189)

4. Italy, Finland (188)

5. Spain, Luxembourg, and Denmark (187)

6. Sweden, France (186)

7. Switzerland, Portugal, the Netherlands, Ireland, and Austria (185)

8. United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Greece, and Belgium (184)

9. New Zealand, Malta, Czech Republic, Canada, and Australia (183)

10. Slovakia, Lithuania, and Hungary (181)

11. Iceland, Latvia and Slovenia (180)

12. Estonia (179)

13. Liechtenstein and Malaysia (178)

14. Poland (176)

15. Monaco (175)

16. Chile and Cyprus (174)

17. Romania (172)

18. Bulgaria and the United Arab Emirates (171)

19. Argentina and Brazil (170)

20. Croatia and Hong Kong (169)

 

Next, the passports with the least access “without a visa” or with “visa on arrival” in the world.

 

The worst passports to possess in 2020:

100. North Korea and Sudan (39 countries and territories)

101. Nepal and the Palestinian Territory (38)

102. Libya (37)

103. Yemen (33)

104. Somalia and Pakistan (32)

105. Syria (29)

106. Iraq (28)

107. Afghanistan (26)

And what do you think about this Ranking of the best passports in 2020 [And the worst too]?

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