Although Americans enjoy great travel freedom, a U.S. passport is not the strongest. The strongest passports are the United Kingdom, Finland, and Sweden, whose passport holders can travel to 173 countries without a visa.

Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, and the U.S. are also strong, with visa-free access to 172 countries.

The least powerful passports belong to Afghanistan (whose holders can travel to just 28 countries without a visa), Iraq (31 visa-free countries), Somalia, and Pakistan (32 visa-free countries).

Note: These rankings are based on the travel freedom that each passport holder enjoys.

Here is the list:

1. United Kingdom, Sweden, and Finland – Can obtain access to 173 countries without a visa.

2. USA, Germany, Denmark, and Luxembourg – Can visit 172 countries without a visa.

3. Italy, Belgium, and Netherlands – Can visit 171 counties without a visa.

4. Ireland, Canada, France, Japan, Norway, Portugal, and Spain – Can access 170 countries without a visa.

5. Switzerland, Austria, and New Zealand – Can access 168 countries without a visa.

6. Australia, Singapore, and Greece – Can travel to 167 countries without a visa.

7. South Korea – Can travel to 166 countries without a visa.

8. Iceland – Can access 165 countries without a visa.

9. Malaysia and Malta – Can access 163 countries without a visa.

10. Liechtenstein – Can travel to 159 countries without a visa.

 

Sources: Youtube, Business insider, http://irisharoundoz.com

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