It’s the year 2023, global mobility has regained momentum, and tourists are once more embracing the prospect of international travel. In this current period, merely three Asian passports have secured positions within the top 10 rankings.
Meanwhile, European passports have exhibited a remarkable resurgence, overwhelmingly claiming dominance in the index. Explore the 2023 passport index presented by Henley & Partners to observe the diverse spectrum of travel privileges across nations.
Singapore holds the top spot with access to 192 destinations for its passport holders
Germany, Italy, and Spain share the second position, allowing their passport holders to visit 190 destinations.
Austria, Finland, France, Japan, Luxembourg, South Korea, and Sweden are tied at third place, providing their passport holders access to 189 destinations each.
Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom share the fourth rank, granting passport holders the ability to travel to 188 destinations.
Belgium, Czech Republic, Malta, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, and Switzerland are grouped at the fifth rank, allowing passport holders to explore 187 destinations each.
Australia, Hungary, and Poland occupy the sixth position, granting passport holders access to 186 destinations.
Canada and Greece share the seventh rank, providing passport holders the opportunity to travel to 185 destinations.
Lithuania and the United States secure the eighth position, giving passport holders the chance to visit 184 destinations.
Latvia, Slovakia, and Slovenia are tied at the ninth rank, enabling passport holders to travel to 183 destinations each.
Estonia and Iceland conclude the list at the tenth position, offering passport-holders access to 182 destinations.