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Nothing like an unexpected visa requirement to put a damper on international travelers. If an American were to travel to Bolivia with Canadian friends, the American would be the only one to get held up at the border because the Bolivian government requires a travel visa from American travelers. Visa requirements, with the varying degree of difficulty to obtain, certainly restricts the freedom of mobility of many citizens around the world. However, for national security reasons, some countries implement stricter rules against concerning countries.

So which countries maintain such a good diplomatic relationship that their citizens are allowed to enter a number of countries without much suspicion? Here is a list of countries with the most number of visa-free access.

 

 

 

 

 

Top 10 Countries

1) Germany — 177

2) Sweden — 176

3) Finland, France, Italy, Spain, UK — 175

4) Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, U.S. — 174

5) Austria, Japan, Singapore — 173

6) Canada, Ireland, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, South Korea, Switzerland — 172

7) Greece, New Zealand — 171

8) Australia — 169

9) Malta — 168

10) Czech Republic, Hungary, Iceland – 167

 

And in case you are curious, here are the bottom 10 of the list.

 

Bottom 10 Countries

94) Liberia — 43

95) Burundi, North Korea, Myanmar — 42

96) Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lebanon, Sri Lanka — 39

97) Kosovo, South Sudan, Yemen — 3

98) Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Nepal, Palestinian Territory, Sudan — 37

99) Libya — 36

100) Syria — 32

101) Somalia — 31

102) Iraq — 30

103) Pakistan — 29

104) Afghanistan — 25