Danish passport remains among world’s most powerful
With the COVID-19 pandemic raging on, it’s unlikely that many Danes will be using their passports.
But if they were, they could boast that it was among the most powerful in the world.
As was the case last year, Danes have visa-free access to 187 countries.
Jolly good, Japan
Japan topped the list with 191, followed by Singapore (190), Germany and South Korea (both 189), Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain (all 188) and then Denmark and Austria (both 187).
Other notables included Ireland and Sweden (186), Norway, the US and the UK (185), Australia (184), Canada (183), Brazil (170), Mexico (159), Russia (116), China (75), India (58) and Nigeria (46).
Afghanistan finished last, with its passport giving visa-free access to just 26 countries. It was preceded by Iraq (28), Syria (29), Pakistan (32), and Yemen and Somalia (both 33).