The passports of 13 countries are regarded as more “powerful” than the one offered by Italy, according to a new survey.
The “passport ranking” issued by travel website GoEuro rates the Italian passport as the 14th most powerful in the world, behind Japan, Portugal & France.
An Italian passport will get you into 172 countries without a visa, and costs $135.
The Swedish passport is the most powerful in the world, followed by those from Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States and Denmark.
Rankings are based on factors that travelers in a poll said made a passport powerful.
These included its price, Visa-free entries to other countries, and length of validity.