Her Majesty is probably the most photographed woman in the world—and thanks to the one rule that makes international travel WAY easier for the Queen, she’s the most well-traveled, too. The numbers speak for themselves: Since her first trip in 1952 to Kenya, the British monarch has visited more than 120 different countries during her 65-year reign. But there is one location that the 92-year-old has visited the most, experts say.
The Queen has traveled to Canada on more occasions than any other country in the world. In fact, she’s visited the North American country 27 times since her coronation. By comparison, Her Majesty has traveled to Australia (another Commonwealth country) just 18 times during her reign.
This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to royal enthusiasts. As the Head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth II possesses the sworn allegiance of all Canadian ministers and armed forces, and passports are issued in her name in the country.
On the other hand, the Queen has never visited Madagascar, Cuba, Israel, or Peru. She has also never traveled to Greece, which is Prince Philip’s birthplace. (Did you know these 15 British Royal Family travel secrets?) Rumor has it that her husband’s rocky history with the country—which he fled at the age of 18—might have something to do with the omission.
That’s not to say, however, that Her Majesty won’t surprise us. It wouldn’t be the first time, either; check out 8 more fascinating facts (and a few scandals!) about Queen Elizabeth II.