Being one of the 4 most popular tourist countries, Queen Elizabeth does not need a passport
War Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 on Thursday (8/9) at home in Balmoral Castle, Scotland. Since he was alive, You Elizabeth II is known to have traveled around the world.
The world tour was held after she was appointed as the Queen of England in 1953. For six months, Queen Elizabeth II visited the world.
During her lifetime, a total of 117 countries were visited by this woman whose full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor. Interestingly, Queen Elizabeth II does not need a passport or visa to travel abroad.
It is a privilege of the queen and organized by the British Empire, which was announced on the official website.
“As British passports are issued in the name of Her Majesty the Queen, the Queen of England does not need a passport, however, all members of the royal family, including the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales, have a passport,” the statement said. she added.
Having experience in world travel, Queen Elizabeth II has many favorite countries. Here are 4 favorite countries where Queen Elizabeth II will travel as summarized from various sources.
Queen Elizabeth II does not have a passport but can travel abroad. (Photo: AFP/EDDIE MULHOLLAND)
South Africa was the first country Queen Elizabeth visited. In the book Queen Elizabeth II: Her Life in Our Times, what happened in South Africa will not be forgotten, for two months in Cape Town which is the capital of the country.
Queen Elizabeth spent 35 nights in royal cars while in South Africa. However, when he returned home he was given a necklace of precious stones.
Queen Elizabeth II has visited Malta many times and referred to it as ‘home’ apart from the United Kingdom. Malta has amazing views.
Queen Elizabeth II visited Canada 27 times in her lifetime. This is a sign that Canada is Queen Elizabeth’s second favorite country for tourism.
He once took Prince Philip and Prince Edward to Canada and accidentally stopped by a grizzly bear habitat at Khutseymateen Inlet.
Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Brazil in 1968 was perhaps her most exciting trip abroad. The highlight of her visit to Brazil was Queen Elizabeth’s drive around Cobacabana Beach in an open car.
The Queen also visited many cities with her husband, including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Recife, Salvador, and Brasilia.