Not all passports offer equal freedom -- and not all of them come cheap.
Some countries have passports that allow citizens free access to nearly 200 other nations; others only grant access to a dismal few. And passports aren't equally affordable, as evidenced in this new infographic from travel service GoEuro.
While the cost of a passport is just one day's wages in Sweden, it's more than a year's worth of wages in Liberia.
That means a LOT of easy global access for some citizens, and severely limited mobility for others.
Northern European neighbors Sweden and Finland top GoEuro's "Ultimate Passport Ranking," with moderately-priced passports that grant access to 174 other countries. The U.S. ranks highly as well, though a passport will set you back a steep $135 in most cases. Afghanistan has one of the world's worst passports: citizens have access to just 28 countries for the cost of $128.
How powerful is your passport?