These are the best (and worst) passports in the world to travel in 2022

Unfortunately, the country in which we reside greatly influences our possibilities when traveling. Now we show you which are the best and worst passports in 2022 to see the world.

Living in Palestine is not the same as in the United States when it comes to catching a plane and landing in another country. And this is because there are differences between nations, and some are better considered than others.

To measure this correctly there is the Henley Passport Index, which is based on exclusive data provided by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), has been regularly monitoring the passports with which it is easier to travel around the world since 2006.

And now, two weeks into the year, we already have the first passport report for 2022 where we can check which passports open more doors and which close them. These are the countries that make up the TOP 10 nations with the best passports to travel outside their borders:

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  • 1. Japan, Singapore: 192 destinations
  • 2. Germany, South Korea: 190
  • 3. Finland, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain: 189
  • 4. Austria, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Sweden: 188
  • 5. Ireland, Portugal: 187
  • 6. Belgium, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States: 186
  • 7. Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Greece, Malta: 185
  • 8. Poland, Hungary: 183
  • 9. Lithuania, Slovakia: 182
  • 10. Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia: 181

Unfortunately, traveling in Spain by public transport is not usually cheap. Prices suffer from the lack of competition and we are used to having a more or less stable cost that is not usually a bargain. To this must be added that some connections are very complicated or impossible.

On the contrary, the list also has a lower part, where the countries with the worst international fame populate these positions, as usual.

These are the TOP 8 worst countries to be a traveling citizen, since they hardly have international ties that allow them to obtain traveler visas:

  • 104. North Korea: 39 destinations
  • 105. Nepal and Palestinian territories: 37
  • 106. Somalia: 34
  • 107. Yemen: 33
  • 108. Pakistan: 31
  • 109. Syria: 29
  • 110. Iraq: 28
  • 111. Afghanistan: 26

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As expected these nations are countries at war or with severe diplomatic conflicts, as is the obvious case of Iraq, Afghanistan or Syria.

We, as Spaniards, are lucky since our countries have excellent international relations, which places us in position 3 in the world with the possibility of traveling to 189 destinations, even more than the almighty nation of the United States.

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