Visa-Free Countries for Ukrainian Passport Holders in 2023

Visa-free Countries for Ukrainian Passport Holders

The Ukrainian passport allows its holders visa-free entry to 91 countries. It gives access to a lot of different parts of the world without having to obtain a visa or any other document other than your passport. Therefore, traveling to these places is very easy and convenient for Ukrainian citizens.

Other territories also grant visa-on-arrival or even eVisa to Ukrainian passport holders. Keep reading to find out which countries issue visa-free entry and which require some type of documents such as visa-on-arrival, eVisa, eTA, or a regular visa in 2023.

In this article about world accessibility for Ukrainian passport owners, you will read about:
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Map and chart showing the percentage distribution of visa requirements for Ukrainian citizens
TYPE OF ACCESSNUMBER OF COUNTRIES
Visa-Free Countries91 (46%)
Visa-On-Arrival Countries34 (17%)
eVisa Countries28 (14%)
eTA Countries3 (1,5%)
Visa Countries53 (27%)

How many countries can Ukrainian citizens travel to visa-free?

To be exact, 91 countries allow visa-free entry for Ukrainian citizens. Ukrainian passport holders can travel to 46% of the world without a visa, that’s more than half! So enjoy your next vacation in any of the following countries which you can find in the list we have prepared for you.

Map of countries Ukrainian citizens can travel to visa-free

What countries can Ukrainian citizens go to without a visa?

Most of these territories are located in Europe and South America. You can find a complete list of countries Ukrainian passport holders can visit visa-free below. In round brackets, we have specified the number of days Ukrainians can stay in the said place without a visa.

Albania (90 days)Kyrgyzstan (90 days)
Andorra (90 days)Latvia (90 days)
Antigua and Barbuda (180 days)Liechtenstein (90 days)
Argentina (90 days)Lithuania (90 days)
ArmeniaLuxembourg (90 days)
Austria (90 days)Malaysia (30 days)
Azerbaijan (90 days)Malta (90 days)
Barbados (28 days)Marshall Islands (90 days)
BelarusMauritius (90 days)
Belgium (90 days)Micronesia (30 days)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (30 days)Moldova (90 days)
Brazil (90 days)Monaco (90 days)
Brunei (30 days)Montenegro (90 days)
Bulgaria (90 days)Namibia (90 days)
Chile (90 days)Netherlands (90 days)
Colombia (90 days)Nicaragua (90 days)
Costa Rica (90 days)North Macedonia (90 days)
Croatia (90 days)Norway (90 days)
Cyprus (90 days)Palestinian Territories
Czech Republic (90 days)Panama (90 days)
Denmark (90 days)Paraguay (90 days)
Dominica (90 days)Peru (180 days)
Dominican RepublicPoland (90 days)
Ecuador (90 days)Portugal (90 days)
El Salvador (90 days)Qatar (90 days)
Estonia (90 days)Romania (90 days)
Eswatini (30 days)Russian Federation (90 days)
Fiji (120 days)Saint Kitts and Nevis (90 days)
Finland (90 days)San Marino (90 days)
France (90 days)Senegal (90 days)
Gambia (90 days)Serbia (90 days)
Georgia (360 days)Slovakia (90 days)
Germany (90 days)Slovenia (90 days)
Greece (90 days)Spain (90 days)
Grenada (90 days)St. Vincent and the Grenadines (30 days)
Guatemala (90 days)Sweden (90 days)
Haiti (90 days)Switzerland (90 days)
Honduras (90 days)Tajikistan (90 days)
Hong Kong (14 days)Thailand (30 days)
Hungary (90 days)Tunisia (90 days)
Iceland (90 days)Turkey (90 days)
Ireland (90 days)Uruguay (90 days)
Israel (90 days)Uzbekistan
Italy (90 days)Vanuatu (90 days)
Jamaica (30 days)Vatican City (90 days)
Kazakhstan (90 days)

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How many countries can Ukrainian citizens visit with a visa on arrival?

Ukrainian citizens can enter 34 countries with a visa on arrival.

34 territories allow Ukrainian citizens to apply for a visa after they have arrived. This document is obtained at the airport, seaport, or land borders of the destination country. This means that you don’t have to apply for a visa before starting your trip, because that process is done once you arrive in the territory. After having obtained the visa on arrival, the stay should not be longer than the number of days specified in the document.

Map of countries Ukrainian citizens can visit with a visa on arrival

What countries can Ukrainian citizens go to with a visa on arrival?

Most of the countries that require Ukrainian passport holders to get a visa on arrival are located in Africa and Oceania. Below we have prepared a full list of places that grant a visa on arrival to Ukrainian citizens along with the number of days the document is valid for:

AngolaNepal (90 days)
Bahrain (30 days)Nigeria
Bangladesh (30 days)Oman (14 days)
Bolivia (90 days)Palau (30 days)
Burundi (30 days)Rwanda (30 days)
Cape VerdeSamoa (60 days)
Comoros (45 days)Saudi Arabia (90 days)
Egypt (30 days)Sierra Leone (30 days)
Guinea-Bissau (90 days)Somalia (30 days)
Indonesia (30 days)Tanzania
JordanTimor-Leste (30 days)
Laos (30 days)Togo (7 days)
Lebanon (30 days)Tonga (31 days)
Madagascar (90 days)Tuvalu (30 days)
Maldives (30 days)United Arab Emirates (30 days)
MauritaniaZambia (90 days)
Mozambique (30 days)Zimbabwe (90 days)

How many countries can Ukrainian citizens visit with an eVisa?

Ukrainian passport holders can enter 28 countries with an electronic visa.

An eVisa is an electronic travel authorization that is applied for and obtained online. The whole process is very convenient because you can apply for the document from the comfort of your house. The main difference from the visa-on-arrival is that the eVisa should be applied for before the trip takes place.

Map of countries Ukrainian citizens can visit with an eVisa

Which countries require Ukrainian citizens to obtain an eVisa?

The countries for which Ukrainian citizens need to apply for an eVisa are located in the Middle East and in some parts of Africa. Here is a list of the countries that require Ukrainian passport holders to get an eVisa before entering their territory.

Bahrain (30 days)Kuwait (90 days)
Bolivia (90 days)Laos (30 days)
Cambodia (30 days)Lesotho (14 days)
Congo (Dem. Rep., 90 days)Madagascar (90 days)
Cuba (tourist card, 30 days)Malawi (90 days)
DjiboutiOman (14 days)
Egypt (30 days)Rwanda (30 days)
Ethiopia (90 days)Saudi Arabia (90 days)
GabonSeychelles (tourist registration, 90 days)
Guinea (90 days)South Sudan
Guinea-Bissau (90 days)Suriname
India (30 days)Tanzania
Iran (30 days)Uganda
Kenya (90 days)Zambia (90 days)

How many countries require Ukrainian citizens to have a visa to visit?

Ukrainian citizens need to have a visa in order to travel to 53 countries.

Although most parts of the world allow Ukrainian passport holders access without a visa, some destinations still require one. Before traveling to these places, make sure that all necessary documentation is in order and valid. The best site to inform yourself is always the official government website.

Map of countries Ukrainian citizens are required to have a visa or eTA to visit

What countries require Ukrainian passport holders to get a visa?

Most of the countries which require a visa from Ukrainian citizens are located in North America, Oceania, and Asia. We have prepared a list of the places for which Ukrainians need a visa to enter:

AfghanistanMongolia
AlgeriaMorocco
AustraliaMyanmar [Burma]
BahamasNauru
BelizeNew Zealand
BeninNiger
BhutanNorth Korea
BotswanaPakistan
Burkina FasoPapua New Guinea
CameroonPhilippines
CanadaSaint Lucia
Central African RepublicSao Tome and Principe
ChadSingapore
ChinaSolomon Islands
CongoSouth Africa
Equatorial GuineaSouth Korea
EritreaSudan
GhanaSyria
GuyanaTaiwan
IraqTrinidad and Tobago
JapanTurkmenistan
KiribatiUnited Kingdom
KosovoUnited States of America
LiberiaVenezuela
LibyaViet Nam
Macao (COVID-19 ban)Yemen
Mali

Ukrainian citizens can travel to 3 countries with an eTA authorization

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is an entry requirement for travelers who are visa-exempt and is used to track the number of visitors to ensure safety. It is automatically connected to the passenger’s passport.

There are 3 countries that grant this type of entry to Ukrainian passport holders:

Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast, 90 days)Sri Lanka (30 days)
Mexico (180 days)

Key takeaway on visa-free countries for Ukrainian citizens

Ukrainian passport holders have fantastic world mobility. More than 90 countries grant them visa-free entrance – which is 46% of the whole world. Therefore, Ukrainian passport holders can visit almost half of the world with just their passport! The other half is open for Ukrainians either with a visa on arrival, which grants access to 34 countries (17% of the world allows entrance with this document) or with an eVisa document that allows entry to 28 territories (14%). However, 56 nations still ask Ukrainian citizens for a regular visa or an eTA (which corresponds to 28,5% of the globe).

FAQ on world accessibility for Ukrainian passport holders

How many countries can I enter visa-free with a Ukrainian passport?

You can enter 91 different countries with just your Ukrainian passport. You won’t need any other document as the entrance to these territories is visa-free

Can Ukrainian citizens travel to the USA without a visa?

No, to enter the United States Ukrainian citizens will need a visa.

Can Ukrainian citizens go to Ireland without a visa?

Yes, Ukrainian passport holders can enter Ireland without a visa, meaning you just need your passport. They also don’t need to take a COVID-19 test to access Ireland.

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