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Spain Passport Visa-Free Countries

Travel with an Spain passport

The Spanish passport ranks 4th in the world as of October 2023. This means that Spanish citizens can travel visa-free to 159 countries in the world. However, to enter the remaining countries, Spanish passport holders must apply for a visa beforehand.

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Visa Guide

Where Can Spain Passport Holders Travel Without a Visa?

Spain passport visa-free countries

As of October 2023, Spanish passport holders can travel visa free to 159 countries and territories:

  1. Albania
  2. American Samoa
  3. Andorra
  4. Anguilla
  5. Antigua and Barbuda
  6. Argentina
  7. Armenia
  8. Aruba
  9. Australia
  10. Austria
  11. Bahamas
  12. Barbados
  13. Belarus
  14. Belgium
  15. Belize
  16. Bermuda
  17. Bolivia
  18. Caribbean Netherlands
  19. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  20. Botswana
  21. Brazil
  22. British Virgin Islands
  23. Brunei
  24. Bulgaria
  25. Canada
  26. Cabo Verde
  27. Cayman Islands
  28. Chile
  29. Colombia
  30. Cook Islands
  31. Costa Rica
  32. Croatia
  33. Curaçao
  34. Cyprus
  35. Czechia
  36. Denmark
  37. Dominica
  38. Dominican Republic
  39. Ecuador
  40. El Salvador
  41. Estonia
  42. Falkland Islands
  43. Faroe Islands
  44. Fiji
  45. Finland
  46. France
  47. French Guiana
  48. French Polynesia
  49. French West Indies
  50. Gabon
  51. Georgia
  52. Germany
  53. Gibraltar
  1. Greece
  2. Greenland
  3. Grenada
  4. Guam
  5. Guatemala
  6. Guyana
  7. Haiti
  8. Honduras
  9. Hong Kong
  10. Hungary
  11. Iceland
  12. Ireland
  13. Israel
  14. Italy
  15. Jamaica
  16. Japan
  17. Kazakhstan
  18. Kiribati
  19. Kosovo
  20. Kyrgyzstan
  21. Latvia
  22. Lesotho
  23. Liechtenstein
  24. Lithuania
  25. Luxembourg
  26. Macau
  27. Malaysia
  28. Malta
  29. Marshall Islands
  30. Mauritius
  31. Mayotte
  32. Mexico
  33. Micronesia
  34. Moldova
  35. Monaco
  36. Mongolia
  37. Montenegro
  38. Montserrat
  39. Morocco
  40. Mozambique
  41. Namibia
  42. Netherlands
  43. New Caledonia
  44. New Zealand
  45. Nicaragua
  46. Niue
  47. North Macedonia
  48. Northern Mariana Islands
  49. Norway
  50. Oman
  51. Pakistan
  52. Palau
  53. Palestine
  1. Panama
  2. Paraguay
  3. Peru
  4. Philippines
  5. Poland
  6. Portugal
  7. Puerto Rico
  8. Qatar
  9. Réunion
  10. Romania
  11. Samoa
  12. San Marino
  13. São Tomé and Príncipe
  14. Senegal
  15. Serbia
  16. Seychelles
  17. Singapore
  18. Slovakia
  19. Slovenia
  20. Solomon Islands
  21. South Africa
  22. South Korea
  23. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  24. Saint Lucia
  25. Saint Martin
  26. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  27. Suriname
  28. Sweden
  29. Switzerland
  30. Taiwan
  31. Tajikistan
  32. Thailand
  33. Gambia
  34. Timor-Leste
  35. Tonga
  36. Trinidad and Tobago
  37. Tunisia
  38. Turks and Caicos Islands
  39. Tuvalu
  40. Türkiye
  41. United States Virgin Islands
  42. Ukraine
  43. United Arab Emirates
  44. United Kingdom
  45. United States
  46. Uruguay
  47. Uzbekistan
  48. Vanuatu
  49. Vatican City
  50. Venezuela
  51. Vietnam
  52. Zambia
  53. Eswatini

For visa-free travels, you still must have a valid passport — usually six months after your departure date— and you must purchase travel health insurance as required by your destination country.

Where Can Spanish Citizens Go Without a Passport?

Spanish citizens can enter the following countries without a passport with only an ID card:

  1. Aruba
  2. Austria
  3. Belgium
  4. Caribbean Netherlands
  5. Bulgaria
  6. Croatia
  7. Curaçao
  8. Cyprus
  9. Czechia
  10. Denmark
  11. Estonia
  12. Faroe Islands
  13. Finland
  14. France
  15. French Guiana
  1. French Polynesia
  2. French West Indies
  3. Georgia
  4. Germany
  5. Greece
  6. Greenland
  7. Hungary
  8. Iceland
  9. Ireland
  10. Italy
  11. Kosovo
  12. Latvia
  13. Liechtenstein
  14. Lithuania
  15. Luxembourg
  1. Malta
  2. Mayotte
  3. Netherlands
  4. New Caledonia
  5. Norway
  6. Poland
  7. Portugal
  8. Réunion
  9. Romania
  10. Slovakia
  11. Slovenia
  12. Saint Martin
  13. Sweden
  14. Switzerland

Visa on arrival countries

If you are a Spanish citizen, you can get a visa on arrival for the 29 countries listed below:

  1. Bahrain
  2. Bangladesh
  3. Burkina Faso
  4. Burundi
  5. Cambodia
  6. Comoros
  7. Egypt
  8. Guinea-Bissau
  9. Indonesia
  10. Iraq
  1. Jordan
  2. Kuwait
  3. Laos
  4. Lebanon
  5. Madagascar
  6. Malawi
  7. Maldives
  8. Mauritania
  9. Nepal
  10. Papua New Guinea
  1. Rwanda
  2. Saudi Arabia
  3. Sierra Leone
  4. Somalia
  5. Sri Lanka
  6. Saint Helena
  7. Tanzania
  8. Togo
  9. Zimbabwe

Electronic visa countries

The following 19 countries issue eVisas for Spanish passport holders:

  1. Angola
  2. Azerbaijan
  3. Benin
  4. Bhutan
  5. Cameroon
  6. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  7. Ivory Coast
  1. Djibouti
  2. Equatorial Guinea
  3. Ethiopia
  4. Guinea
  5. India
  6. Iran
  1. Kenya
  2. Myanmar
  3. Nigeria
  4. Russia
  5. South Sudan
  6. Uganda

The process of getting an eVisa is more or less the same as applying for a traditional visa. However, in this case, you don’t have to visit a visa application center— you can submit your application online, including the visa payment.

After your application is approved, you will receive an email confirming your visa status along with a document you must print out and bring with you when crossing the border. Your visa will be registered online, but some officers may ask you for a physical copy of the permit; that is why it’s important to keep the copy on your person while traveling.

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