There are various countries whose passport holders can enjoy visa-free trips to different destinations in the world. According to the Henley Passport Index on Tuesday, Japan has declared the country with the world's most powerful passport. The latest addition was made in 2019 on the travel list. Since then, Japanese citizens were granted visa-free access by Brazil, which means Japanese passport holders can visit 191 countries without a visa or visa-on-arrival basis.
Singapore, one of the most developed countries in the world, also has a super-strong value of its passport and hence allowed 190 destinations to visit visa-free. In addition, Germany and South Korea have visa-free travel permissions to 189 countries. Followed by Finnish, French, Italian, and Luxembourgian passports that can access 188 countries without a visa.
Surprisingly, the United States ranks further down in the list, and the US passport holders can visit 185 countries without having a prearranged visa. The same freedom level is enjoyed by the citizens in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Norway, and Belgium.
Infographic by: Statista.com