Young blonde female traveler with her passport on hands at the international airport

With affordable flight deals, new airlines, and innovative hotels popping up all over the world, traveling is more accessible now than ever before. That said, it takes one certain little thing to access it all — a passport. 

As it turns out, some passports make travel easier than others, and the Travel Freedom Ranking shows exactly which ones those are. Looking at how many countries citizens can travel to without needing a specific visa, the results have been ranked from 1 to 22, with a score of 100 as the best and a score of 1 as the worst.

Germany ranks at the top, marking it the most powerful passport in the world. As for the rest, the USA comes in 13th, Spain, Italy and France tied for fourth place, and Canada didn't even make the cut. A few Asian countries made the list, though, including Japan and Singapore (tied with Denmark for 10th place), and South Korea, in 21st place.

You can check out the entire list of the top 22 below.

1. Germany -- 100.0
2. Sweden -- 99.5
3. Finland -- 99.1
4. Spain -- 99.0
5. Italy -- 99.0
6. France -- 99.0
7. United Kingdom -- 98.9
8. Belgium -- 98.5
9. Netherlands -- 98.5
10. Denmark -- 98.4
11. Japan -- 98.4
12. Singapore -- 98.4
13. United States of America -- 98.3
14. Norway -- 98.0
15. Luxembourg -- 97.9
16. Austria -- 97.9
17. Switzerland -- 97.4
18. Portugal -- 97.4
19. Ireland -- 97.3
20. New Zealand -- 97.3
21. South Korea -- 97.0
22. Greece -- 96.8