Where In The World Can Brits Travel Without A Visa
The early stages of planning and booking a holiday can bring its fair share of headaches.
There is, of course, a great deal to think about. From settling on a location to booking the flights, choosing accommodation to arranging holiday insurance, the list goes on.
However, there is one thing which regardless of your journey you must not forget, your passport.
International border rulings can vary massively and are constantly altering, so it helps to have a globally respected passport.
The British passport is certainly one of these and allows a holder into a lot of countries without the application of any other travel document.
Just take a look at this list of the world’s most powerful passports from The Telegraph. This article ranks the United Kingdom third in the world, closely behind Germany and Sweden.
However, despite its power, there are still certain countries which require some form of visa upon arrival.
Knowing which countries require a Brit to have a visa is important. Without one your dream holiday could turn into your worst nightmare.
The infographic is called ‘Where In The World Can Brits Travel Without A Visa’ and you can take a look at it at the bottom of this post.
It offers information on all types of visas, as they can differ quite a lot. In this case, there are three types, a standard visa, visa on arrival and an electronic visa.
The most straightforward of the three is a visa on arrival, which does what it says on the tin. You simply fill in a visa either while on the plane or when you land. The majority of countries which use theses are in Africa.
An electronic visa is a step up from this and a standard visa requires more planning than any other. So, next time you book a trip abroad, make sure that you have all the relevant documents at hand.
Take a look at the infographic for yourself below.
An infographic by the team at Citybase Apartments