Over the years you might have racked up some air miles, but how well travelled are you compared to some of the world's most notorious globe trotters?
A new interactive map lets you pitch yourself against a number of travel icons, including David Attenborough, Bear Grylls, Karl Pilkington and the Queen.
It turns out the late Pope, John Paul II, spent the most hours in the sky, visiting an impressive 129 countries during his reign.
The Queen, who turned 91 on Friday, comes in close behind on the leader board, with 112 countries to her name.
Much of her travel has taken her to Oceania, Europe and North America.
The one place she's yet to visit is Antarctica.
Michael Palin, known for his 'around the world in 80s days' adventure, has seen 39 per cent of the world according to the map.
Meanwhile, David Attenborough has apparently hit 37 per cent of the globe.
The map, created by Travelsupermarket.com, also includes some celebrities who are less well travelled but making progress.
It shows that TOWIE star Joey Essex, 26, has seen 10 per cent of the planet, with stints on
boosting his number of passport stamps.
Meanwhile, Geordie Shore cast member Charlotte Crosby also broke out of her comfort zone with The Charlotte Crosby Experience where she learned about different cultures.
Thanks to the show, the 26-year-old has now seen 8 per cent of the world, with more adventuring set to come.
So, if you want to know where you stand on the "well-travelled list", give the map a whirl.
First you must "scratch" the places you've been by clicking on countries to reveal your destination checklist.