Covid-19 obliges, difficult to plan a vacation on the other side of the world. But it doesn’t cost much to think about the post-pandemic. You still have to be able to go to the country (or countries) of your choice. It will – perhaps – be a question of health passport. And it will be – surely – a question of passport itself. Because depending on the nationality of their holder, passports do not all have the same “power”. Understand: how many countries do they allow visa-free travel to?
According to the latest Henley Passport Index, it is the Japanese document that is the “strongest” in the world, with 193 countries that can be visited easily. The podium is completed by Singapore, South Korea and Germany. At the other end of the ranking, we find the Afghan, Iraqi and Syrian passports, which open the doors of less than 30 countries. To find out more, our partner, Statista, has put together this infographic: