ExpressVPN currently runs servers at 145 locations in 94 countries around the world. By my count, that puts them in third place country number wise behind HMA and PureVPN, and far ahead of most other providers. Unless you’re looking to connect to a small island country somewhere in the middle of the Pacific Ocean (in which case you should use HideMyAss!), odds are ExpressVPN has a server at the locations you need.
ExpressVPN does not, unfortunately, reveal the exact number of servers they run (other than saying it’s 3000+). What I know for sure is that, like most providers, they run a disproportionally large number of VPN servers in the UK (around 150 is my estimate) and in the US (I’m guessing at least 500).
Whatever numbers they have picked though work well for them, as proven by ExpressVPN’s top notch speed test results. So, while it would be nice to know the specifics, ultimately, it’s good performance results that matter.
The table below is an up to date ExpressVPN server list broken down by world regions, and then by country and location. For many countries, ExpressVPN does not disclose the exact cities. In those cases, the city field is left blank. I do my best to keep the lists up to date as things change.
And please don’t forget to take a look at my full review of ExpressVPN for more details on what makes them one of the best providers in the market (beyond just server coverage).
Tim is the founder of Fastest VPN Guide. He comes from a world of corporate IT security and network management and knows a thing or two about what makes VPNs tick. Cybersecurity expert by day, writer on all things VPN by night, that’s Tim. You can also follow him on Twitter and Quora.