UK passport holders enjoy the widest range of visa-free travel.
Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands are also in the top ten.
Iraqi passport holders can go to 31, Pakistan and Somalia are tied in third-worst with 32 countries.
With only 28 countries without a visa, Afghanistan is at the bottom of the table.
“In today’s globalized world, visa restrictions are an important tool for governments to control the movement of foreign nationals across borders. Visas are a standard requirement for most countries as certain non-nationals wish to enter their territory. At the same time, visa requirements or the lack thereof, are also an indication of the relationship between individual nations and the status of a country within the international community of nations,” said a Henley & Partners spokesman.