At first glance, the list of ProtonVPN’s servers does not impress a ton. After all, they’re only running 1065 servers at 75 locations and in 54 countries. Those numbers (even though they’re steadily climbing) make their server network on the smaller side among premium VPNs providers.
For most popular services, like NordVPN or CyberGhost, the country count hovers well over ProtonVPN’s numbers. That’s the current unofficial standard. Though, of course, you also have outliers like PureVPN whose server networks spans a massive 129 countries.
So sheer number wise, ProtonVPN does not (yet) compete.
What they do better than nearly all other services, however, is privacy and security. As covered in detail in my ProtonVPN review, every country on the list has at least one Secure Core server option, which is the company’s implementation of double VPN functionality.
No other VPN does this. If you’re ultra-sensitive about staying anonymous online, this is the server list for you.
ProtonVPN runs several other server types too. These include ones that allow combining VPN and Tor use, as well as P2P servers (though those are only available in a measly five countries). There are even free connection options.
With a few exceptions, server speeds rank among some of the best in the industry and can easily keep up with large downloads and high-definition video streaming. That’s a good thing too since ProtonVPN is one of the not so many providers that still works with the US version of Netflix.
The tables below show the current ProtonVPN servers broken up by region, country, and city. Whenever a location offers any of the specialized server types mentioned above, they’re marked as such.
Each country also has a summary row, listing all supported server types and the total number of servers, as well a row for each city, which breaks down the information further per location.
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.