The one example I've seen of a single country visa was for a person in a volunteer program in Germany. It was also years ago, and the policy might have easily changed in the meantime.
Im guessing at the time of the previous comment the netherlands was at 169 and the others at 171? (So the uk has dropped atleast 3 spots/countries) )
gonna take yours, it is fun too, but still hoping for the opposite one :)
Surprising UK isnt there along with the rest of western europe.
Im extremely curious what the countries are that these countries cant visit. So basicly "Which country has the most powerfull forcefield, that can withstand even the most powerfull of passports!"
Russia (expensive and time consuming, especially because I had a US passport), Belarus (not that bad since I had a sponsor in the country), Saudi Arabia (work visa, and the company paid for everything, but still an enormous hassle), India (pain in the butt though not as bad as Russia, and especially expensive because I'm American), Vietnam (took a day with expedited service in 2008; in 2014 I could just do it online and it was easy)
Everywhere else I went was visa-free or visa-on-arrival and fairly routine and painless. The small number of places where I had to get visas, though, I noticed that there was often a significantly higher fee for Americans than for nationals from other countries. But this minor inconvenience was outweighed by the large number of places I could go to without even thinking about it.
I only visited Schengen zone countries: Portugal, France, Italy and Andorra. And now the world is doomed with Covid19. Feels bad man.