Tamás Cserép | Apr 19, 2019 | 1
Hungarian passport joins the most powerful in Europe
According to prnewswire.co.uk, Hungary joins the list of Europe’s most powerful ranking passports with a visa-free score of 163 – ahead of Cyprus, Malta and Bulgaria.
Since January 2018, things have proven to be impressively optimistic for the Hungarian passport, as it secures visa waivers from Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, Benin, Ethiopia, Lesotho, Myanmar, Rwanda, Uzbekistan, and Viet Nam. With visa-free access to 163 countries, as per The Passport Index, Hungary joins the world’s fourth most powerful ranking passports, alongside Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Belgium and Austria.
Empowered by Canadian financial advisory, Arton Capital, The Passport Index monitors the effectiveness of the world’s passports in real-time.
“It’s a great positive development for all current and future Hungarian citizens in terms of improved mobility and global freedom,” said Armand Arton, founder and president of Arton Capital.
As one of the oldest countries in Europe, Hungary boasts a rich cultural heritage which bridges the gap between its European charm and historical Soviet influence. Long-known as the first communist-bloc country to open its borders with Western Europe, Hungary is now admired by many around the globe for its unique farmer markets, countless thermal springs, and exquisite shopping and dining experiences.
With nearly 10 million inhabitants, this ancient nation has finally redeemed its place on the map as an exceptional place to live, and a unique destination to visit.
About The Passport Index
Empowered by Arton Capital, The Passport Index is the world authority on real-time global passport ranking. Used by governments from around the world to monitor and increase the power of their passports, The Passport Index is the most recognized and trusted service with over 15 million views to date.
Users enjoy in the fascinating world of passports, explore their designs, compare them side-by-side, and even explore how to improve their Global Mobility Score.
Featured image: Daily News Hungary