How powerful is your passport

Waiting for this difficult period to pass with most countries in quarantine, we all are dreaming of making as many trips as we can once Covid-19 ceases to be a public health problem. Traveling around the world has never been more desirable than it is today. 

Walking in new places and monuments, contact with interesting cultures, tasting of traditional foods and special drinks, taking photos with your fellow travelers or endless shopping, are just some of the unforgettable experiences you can create on a trip abroad. A

However, if you want to plan your vacation freely, you'd have to have a strong passport. A passport is the most important thing to have when you decide to travel into other countries and one of the most powerful documents anyone can have in his possession. 

But not all passports are created equally. Depending on the country you’re born and its economy situation or its population size, you may enjoy certain traveling benefits that people from other places can’t. According to Passport Index, Germany and Singapore are ranked again in first place with visa-free access to 159 nations worldwide.

In the following infographics, you can very easily find out what the dynamics of your passport is and how many countries you can travel to visa-free.

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