The List of NordVPN’s Servers

NordVPN has one of the largest server networks of all VPN providers with 5451 server in 59 countries. That server count is second only to Private Internet Access’. But, with PIA you can’t pick which exact server to use – a very useful feature. So, score one for NordVPN there.

The geographical diversity offered by NordVPN is also top notch. Unless you’re trying to connect to a small island country in the middle of the ocean, NordVPN has you covered. If you are trying to connect to said island, try HideMyAss! and their 219 countries strong network instead.

Most NordVPN servers also unblock Netflix assuming, of course, you pick the country corresponding to the Netflix library you wish to access.

The tables below breaks down the most up to date list of NordVPN servers by continent, country, city (where known), and server count. They are sortable by most of the columns to make finding information easier.

Besides regular servers, NordVPN also offers server types for specific purposes. These include Dedicated IP, Double VPN, Onion Over VPN, and, of course, P2P servers. All the special server types any given country supports are listed in that country’s table row.

Also, please note that the total server count for each country is the sum of all servers, regular and special purpose, across all cities.

If at any point you’re curious about how fast some of these servers are, head over to my NordVPN speed tests (spoiler – they’re smoking fast). And for any other information NordVPN related, please visit the review page.

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North America

There are 2494 NordVPN servers in North America.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
United States flag
United States
Dedicated IP
Double VPN
Obfuscated
P2P
2007
United States flag
United States
Atlanta, GA
79
United States flag
United States
Buffalo, NY
103
United States flag
United States
Charlotte, NC
24
United States flag
United States
Chicago, IL
166
United States flag
United States
Dallas, TX
190
United States flag
United States
Denver, CO
79
United States flag
United States
Los Angeles, CA
267
United States flag
United States
Manassas, VA
111
United States flag
United States
Miami, FL
155
United States flag
United States
New York, NY
459
United States flag
United States
Phoenix, AZ
49
United States flag
United States
Saint Louis, MO
64
United States flag
United States
Salt Lake City, UT
35
United States flag
United States
San Francisco, CA
170
United States flag
United States
Seattle, WA
56
Canada flag
Canada
Double VPN
Obfuscated
P2P
477
Canada flag
Canada
Montreal
167
Canada flag
Canada
Toronto
187
Canada flag
Canada
Vancouver
123
Mexico flag
Mexico
P2P
10

Europe

There are a massive 2100 NordVPN servers in Europe.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
United Kingdom flag
United Kingdom
Dedicated IP
Double VPN
Obfuscated
P2P
435
Albania flag
Albania
P2P
7
Austria flag
Austria
P2P
33
Belgium flag
Belgium
P2P
56
Bosnia flag
Bosnia
P2P
3
Bulgaria flag
Bulgaria
P2P
17
Croatia flag
Croatia
P2P
8
Cyprus flag
Cyprus
7
Czech Republic flag
Czech Republic
P2P
33
Denmark flag
Denmark
P2P
72
Estonia flag
Estonia
P2P
14
Finland flag
Finland
P2P
38
France flag
France
Dedicated IP
Double VPN
Obfuscated
P2P
180
Germany flag
Germany
Dedicated IP
Obfuscated
P2P
232
Germany flag
Germany
Berlin
81
Germany flag
Germany
Frankfurt
151
Greece flag
Greece
P2P
15
Hungary flag
Hungary
P2P
18
Iceland flag
Iceland
P2P
15
Ireland flag
Ireland
P2P
49
Italy flag
Italy
Obfuscated
P2P
68
Latvia flag
Latvia
P2P
17
Luxembourg flag
Luxembourg
P2P
19
Macedonia flag
Macedonia
P2P
2
Moldova flag
Moldova
P2P
4
Netherlands flag
Netherlands
Dedicated IP
Double VPN
Obfuscated
Onion Over VPN
P2P
199
Norway flag
Norway
P2P
60
Poland flag
Poland
P2P
70
Portugal flag
Portugal
P2P
27
Romania flag
Romania
P2P
18
Serbia flag
Serbia
P2P
20
Slovakia flag
Slovakia
P2P
21
Slovenia flag
Slovenia
P2P
5
Spain flag
Spain
P2P
64
Sweden flag
Sweden
Double VPN
Obfuscated
P2P
142
Switzerland flag
Switzerland
Double VPN
Obfuscated
Onion Over VPN
P2P
102
Turkey flag
Turkey
Obfuscated
P2P
10
Ukraine flag
Ukraine
20
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Oceania

The number of NordVPN servers in Oceania stands at 230.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
Australia flag
Australia
P2P
204
Australia flag
Australia
Adelaide
26
Australia flag
Australia
Brisbane
43
Australia flag
Australia
Melbourne
39
Australia flag
Australia
Perth
31
Australia flag
Australia
Sydney
65
New Zealand flag
New Zealand
P2P
26

Asia

The NordVPN server list in Asia currently stands at 533.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
Georgia flag
Georgia
4
Hong Kong flag
Hong Kong
Obfuscated
P2P
72
India flag
India
P2P
42
India flag
India
Chennai
10
India flag
India
Mumbai
32
Indonesia flag
Indonesia
19
Israel flag
Israel
P2P
19
Japan flag
Japan
Obfuscated
P2P
83
Malaysia flag
Malaysia
18
Singapore flag
Singapore
Obfuscated
P2P
109
South Korea flag
South Korea
17
Taiwan flag
Taiwan
Double VPN
124
Thailand flag
Thailand
7
United Arab Emirates flag
United Arab Emirates
Obfuscated
5
Vietnam flag
Vietnam
14

Central America

NordVPN has 12 servers in Central America.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
Costa Rica flag
Costa Rica
12

South America

There are currently 65 NordVPN servers in South America.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
Argentina flag
Argentina
21
Brazil flag
Brazil
P2P
36
Chile flag
Chile
P2P
8

Africa

NordVPN has 17 servers in Africa.

Country
City
Server Types
Number of Servers
South Africa flag
South Africa
P2P
17
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About Tim Tremblay

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.

33 thoughts on “The List of NordVPN’s Servers”

  1. Is theres a command list in linux to connect to particular city.
    Eg Australia = nordvpn c au
    But what is command for
    Australia>Adelaide
    Australia>Sydney etc
    Thanks

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    • To answer my own question, Using the unofficial Linux GUI I discovered that there is the seemingly undocumented command line option to just add the city name to the command.
      EG
      Australia>Adelaide – nordvpn c adelaide
      Australia>Sydney etc – nordvpn c sydney

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    • Hi Alfred,

      Beat me to it 🙂 Yes, that’s exactly it. It’s the same idea as what the NordVPN native apps do (i.e., you can enter specific cities into the server search box).

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    • Hi Tom,

      Not that I know of, unfortunately. Sorry. HideMyAss! has servers in Scranton if you’re looking to stay in Pennsylvania, but that’s about it. Shortest distance wise, all providers will have servers in either New York, New Jersey, or Washington, DC (and in some cases, all three).

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    • Hi Josh,

      NordVPN does not currently have servers in either of those states. Chicago or Saint Louis would be closest to Indiana, and New York closest to New Jersey (though, depending on what you want to do, closest may not be good enough).

      Server numbers change often (as hardware is brought on or off line) and the best way to get a current list of NordVPN servers in a specific city is to use the search box in the client app. Just type in the city name.

      If you do need exact locations, HideMyAss! has servers in South Bend and ExpressVPN runs some in New Jersey (unfortunately, as far as I know, no one VPN covers both states).

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  2. I enjoyed your article and found it very helpful. I am using NORD now and find that if I type the city in the search box a server will come up for that city. It works great with Netflix.
    thank you, Jake

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    • Hi Jacob. Thank you. I’m glad I could help and I appreciate the kind words 🙂 Indeed, using the search box in the client is a great way of listing all NordVPN servers in a specific city.

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    • Hi Christian. The best way of getting a servers list for a specific location is to use the search box in the NordVPN client. It’s located in the top left corner.

      Unfortunately, the search box does not work with US states, only cities. So you’ll have to check every city with NordVPN servers in a state to get a complete list. Hope that helps!

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  3. I Tim, I really have found lots of help from your articles — you are the best!
    My question: how do I get Office 365 to recognize VPN? I use NordVPN.

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    • Hi Weldon. Thank you! I’m very happy to hear you’re finding the site useful 🙂 You don’t need to do anything special to get Office 365 to recognize NordVPN. Just connect to Nord, fire up Office, and all traffic will automatically be tunnelled through the VPN. If there’s a specific case where you’re having issues, let me know. I’ll be happy to help.

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  4. Hi tem you are awesome for your answer
    I tried everything to get the city on NordVPN but I can’t find it, could you please tell me a vpn service other than NordVPN and ExpressVPN to provide me a service with city options please.

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  5. Hi Tim. Is it possible to get access to content from Colombia with Nord VPN? I don’t see any server form there. But wanted to know for sure if there is any possibility.

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  6. How lame that you can’t/won’t list the cities in which you operate servers. For that reason alone I will never use your service. I must connect to specific locations.

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    • Hi Millard. I agree it would be nice for NordVPN to list the cities in which they run servers. I’m not sure why they don’t. Pretty much every other VPN service I can think of does.

      That said, in practice, I found knowing which city you connect to doesn’t matter than much. At least for how I use VPNs, as long as I’m connecting to the right country and to a server that’s as close to me as possible (and distance is a metric NordVPN does supply), I’m good. But, I completely understand that some people would want to know the actual city name.

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      • Well for me and my current VPN provider I know if I connect to my closest server location my throughput is half that of a larger city server farther away. So knowing my location connection city location in this instance is critical. Yes one could say my VPN provider has a problem then, but it is my current situation and why Nord won’t work for me. I’ll try another suggested provider instead.

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  7. C/O Tim Tremblay: Tim, I presently reside in Indonesia and my NordVPN is being detected/and access denied by ‘Acorn TV’ (to which I am a subscriber). I am not a computer savy person, but have been told that ‘acorn tv’ is only accessible through NordVPN servers: US 605-608. What is the easiest way to connect to one of these servers from Indonesia? I realize this question is well below your pay grade, but I long to again have access to ‘Acorn tv’. Thank you for your assistance Tim!

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    • Hi Bob. If you’re on a Mac, click on the menu icon (top left of your NordVPN client) and then on the Server List menu item. Once the list of servers is visible on screen, which is sorted by country first and by server number second, simply scroll down until you see one of your servers. You may need to scroll for a bit as NordVPN has a lot of servers 🙂

      If you’re on a PC, click on the Countries button in the top left of your NordVPN client. Once you see the list of countries, scroll down to the United States and hover your mouse over it. To the right you’ll see a button with three horizontal lines. Click it to bring up a list of all US servers, then scroll down until you find your server numbers.

      I would also suggest you favorite your servers by clicking the heart icon next to them. You’ll then be able to access them much quicker through the Favorite Servers menu item on a Mac and My Favorites menu item (a submenu of Countries) on a PC. Hope this helps!

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  8. When I first started using Nord VPN, some months ago, there was a list of server type to choose from. P2P, double VPN, obfuscated etc. To try things out I selected obfuscated, which seemed to function ok. I now find that I no longer have a list available to choose from, the only choice is obfuscated. Any suggestions on how to rectify this.

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    • Hi Wally. At some point over the last few months, the NordVPN client interface has changed a bit. As you’re experiencing, the server list now shows either obfuscated servers or other server types, but not a mix of both. I’m assuming this change was done so that people who need to use obfuscated servers don’t accidentally connect to one which isn’t.

      If you go into your NordVPN client’s advanced settings, you should see a toggle or checkbox called “Obfuscated Servers.” Turning it off will take you out of obfuscated mode, and the server list should once again show all the P2P, Dedicated IP, Double VPN and Onion Over VPN servers.

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  9. Great article Tim .
    How can find out what cities Nord VPN has their servers in the US ?
    For instance, do they have on any in Nevada ? Las Vegas ?

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    • Hi Milan. Thank you, I’m glad to hear you enjoyed the article.

      Unfortunately NordVPN does not list the cities in which it operates servers, at least not that I have been able to find (and believe me, I tried). They only allow you to pick servers based on the purpose (ex: P2P, obfuscated), load, country and distance to your current location. Short of actually connecting and using a website like https://mylocation.org/ to see where you have connected to, there is no way to get the cities.

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