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Henley Passport Index 2021The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically reduced international mobility, but as vaccine campaigns roll out, there is hope that travelling will gradually resume. Using exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) – the world’s largest, most accurate travel information database – enhanced by Henley & Partners’ research team, the Henley Passport Index provides an overview of the ease of travelling for different passport holders. The study includes 199 different passports and 227 different travel destinations.

Luxembourg passport in 4th place

Luxembourg passport holders can travel to 190 countries without the need for a visa. This puts the country in 4th place, a ranking that it shares with Italy, Finland and Spain. The ranking is topped by Japan, followed by Singapore, South Korea and Germany.

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