Dùthchannan saor bho bhìosa airson cead-siubhail Spàinnteach

Dùthchannan saor bho bhìosa airson cead-siubhail Spàinnteach

Holders of a Spanish passport have visa-free travel to 188 countries, making it one of the top five passports in the world.

Visa-free travel for citizens of Spain

If you have a Spanish passport, you can visit these countries without first obtaining a visa:

European treaties where you can enter without a visa

  • An Ostair
  • A' Bheilg
  • Bulgaria
  • Ciopras
  • Poblachd na Seice
  • An Danmhairc
  • Estonia
  • Suomaidh
  • An Fhraing
  • A' Ghearmailt
  • A' Ghrèig
  • An Ungair
  • Innis Tìle
  • Èirinn
  • An Eadailt
  • Latbhia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Lugsamburg
  • Malta
  • An Olaind
  • Nirribhidh
  • A' Pholainn
  • A' Phortagail
  • Romania
  • Slobhagia
  • Slobhinia
  • An t-Suain
  • An Eilbheis
  • An Rìoghachd Aonaichte

Visa-free entry (or visa-on-arrival)

  • Canada

Please note that the visa on arrival is valid for 6 mìosan.

Visa-free entry (or visa-on-arrival) valid for 183 làithean

  • Peru

Please note that the visa on arrival is valid for 183 days.

Visa-free entry or visa-on-arrival

  • Megsago
  • Panama

Note that the visa on arrival is valid for 180 days.

Visa-free entry (or visa-on-arrival)

  • Fiji

Note that the visa on arrival is valid for 4 months.

Visa-free entry (or visa-on-arrival)

  • Antigua is Barbuda
  • Argentina
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Dominica
  • El Salvador
  • Guyana
  • Honduras
  • Hong Kong
  • Iapan
  • Kenya
  • Kuwait
  • Malaysia
  • Morocco
  • Namibia
  • Na Seulan Nuadh
  • Senegal
  • An Tuirc
  • Uruguaidh

Passport Index for Spain

Before embarking on our vacation, we frequently ask concerns about where we can go with a passport, where we should apply for a visa, what documents we need to go lawfully to a foreign nation, and other travel-related topics.

There are certain websites where you may compare the rankings of various country passports. The ranking of a country’s passport on a global scale. These figures are based on how many countries we can visit without having to apply for a visa or deal with complicated logistics. You can discover everything you need to know about Spanish passports right here.

The Henley Passport Index is a global assessment of countries based on residents’ freedom to travel. It indicates how many countries a passport holder can travel to without a visa from a certain country.

This is a unique ranking based on data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA). It continues to be the world’s largest and most accurate database of travel information.

According to the Henley Passport Index, Spain is in fourth place, with 188 visa-free locations.

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