Henley and Partners have delivered a Passport ranking index ‘Worldwide Ranking 2020’. The Henley Passport Index is considered as the first positioning of the multitude of passports in the World. The positioning of the passport of a nation relies on the number of countries its holders are permitted to go without an earlier visa. The information is given by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The rundown of the top ten most impressive passports is overwhelmed by European nations. In fact, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea from Asia have figured out how to snatch the main three situations as the most remarkable passports in the World.
Japan is considered the third-largest economy in the world and the second-largest in Asia. It’s now wrong to say that Japan is 10 years ahead by comparison to the world in technologies and robotic science. As per the Henley Passport Index, Japan holds no. 1 rank with a score of 191 points. This means 191 countries allow Japanese passport holders entry without a prior visa.
Singapore is a small Asian country which is one of the favourite travel destinations in the World. As per the Henley Passport Index, the passport of this country ranks at 2 with a score of 190. So, 190 countries allow Singapore passport holders entry without a prior visa.
3.Germany & South Korea:
Germany and South Korea both share the 3rd ranking in the Henley Passport Index. 189 countries allow German and South Korean passport holders’ entry without a prior visa.
4.Finland and Italy:
Two picturesque European countries Finland and Italy share the fourth spot in the Henley Passport Index with 188 points. 188 countries allow Finland and Italy passport holders’ entry without a prior visa.
5.Denmark, Luxembourg, and Spain:
These 3 European countries Denmark, Luxembourg, and Spain share the fifth position with 187 points. 187 countries allow entry to passport holders of Denmark, Luxembourg, and Spain without a prior visa.
6.France & Sweden
France and Sweden share the sixth position in the Henley Passport Index with 186 points. Both countries is the part of European Union and the passport holders of Sweden and France can travel 186 countries without applying a prior visa.
7.Austria, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal & Switzerland:
These 5 European countries share the seventh position in the Henley Passport Index with 185 points.
8.Belgium, Greece, Norway, United Kingdom, and the United States:
Belgium, Greece, Norway, United Kingdom, and the United States share the eighth slot in the Henley Passport Index with 184 points.
9.Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Malta and New Zealand:
Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Malta and New Zealand share the ninth position in the Henley Passport Index with 183 points.
10.Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia:
Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia share the 10th position with 181 points in the index.