VPN Server Lists

A VPN’s server network is one of the more important features to look into when picking a service. After all, if a provider won’t let you connect to a country or region you need, what’s the point of using them? Odds are there’s a better choice.

Below are the server lists for all popular VPNs. Each list is broken down by region, country, and city, and includes server counts as well as supported server types at all locations.s

You can use these lists as a resource to double-check a VPN will give you the connection options you want and need.

NordVPN server list

NordVPN Server List

Countries: 61 Locations: 90 Servers: 6125

NordVPN offers a level of geographical diversity that not many other providers do. Their network just continues to grow too.

Surfshark server list

Surfshark Server List

Countries: 97 Locations: 137 Servers: 3200+

For a VPN provider that hasn’t been around as long as most others, the number of available locations Surfshark offers is nothing short of astounding.

CyberGhost Server List

CyberGhost Server List

Countries: 100 Locations: 126 Servers: 11188

CyberGhost’s VPN server network recently grew by almost 50%. It was impressive before and is even more so now. Other providers best take notice.

ExpressVPN server list

ExpressVPN Server List

Countries: 106 Locations: 145 Servers: 3000+

ExpressVPN has one of the highest number of server locations of all VPN providers, far ahead of most other competitors.

HideMyAss! server list

HideMyAss! Server List

Countries: 218 Locations: 297 Servers: 1118

When it comes to the number of servers, locations, countries and IPs, no other provider can touch HideMyAss! They are the undisputed king of the hill.

Invisible Browsing VPN server list

Invisible Browsing VPN Server List

Countries: 47 Locations: 97 Servers: 173

For a smaller provider, Invisible Browsing VPN does quite well with their server counts, putting them somewhere in the middle of the pack.

IPVanish server list

IPVanish Server List

Countries: 56 Locations: 87 Servers: 2200+

IPVanish runs thousands of self-owned servers around the world. While it’s not the biggest server list among top-tier VPN providers, it still impresses.

Private Internet Access server list

Private Internet Access Server List

Countries: 91 Locations: 129 Servers:

While they don’t offer the largest number of countries (though still covering all major locations), the sheer number of servers PIA runs is truly impressive.

ProtonVPN server list

ProtonVPN Server List

Countries: 91 Locations: 122 Servers: 4193

ProtonVPN runs hundreds of servers around the world. Here’s the list of their free, regular, P2P, Secure Core, and Tor servers broken down by region, country, and city.

PureVPN server list

PureVPN Server List

Countries: 74 Locations: 93 Servers: 6535

PureVPN has the second largest and geographically diverse server network of all VPNs. Wherever you need to connect to, they have you covered.

StrongVPN servers

StrongVPN Server Locations

Countries: 42 Locations: 67 Servers: 457

While on the smaller side, StrongVPN’s server list includes enough countries and locations to satisfy a good percentage of VPN users.

TunnelBear server list

TunnelBear Server List

Countries: 47 Locations: 47 Servers:

Though TunnelBear does not have the best geographical diversity, all server locations 95% of us would want to connect to are accounted for.

VyprVPN server list

VyprVPN Server List

Countries: 63 Locations: 73 Servers: 700+

VyprVPN’s server list has you covered no matter which location you want to connect to. They run all their servers in-house too, making their achievement extra impressive.

Zenmate server list

ZenMate Server List

Countries: 81 Locations: 93 Servers: 4709

ZenMate won’t win any VPN server location contests, but the selection of countries they offer is still more than enough for just about any of us.

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.

10 thoughts on “VPN Server Lists”

  1. Hi Tim,
    I’m a college student trying to find a way to watch the Eagles game this Sunday (and for the rest of the season)! I am trying to find a VPN with servers in Philadelphia.. Any ideas? Thank you!

    • Hi Chelsea,

      I can’t think of any, unfortunately… Sorry 🙁 HideMyAss! has servers in Scranton, but that’s about it for VPNs with a presence in PA.

  2. Is there perhaps a way to obtain an IP address list for all the VPN servers from say Nord VPN and Express VPN? Thank you.

    • Hi Peter,

      Unfortunately there is no reliable way to get an IP address list for any provider – I wish there was 🙁

  3. Tim

    I don’t see a server in my Team’s city So can I approach it from using the server located in the visiting team’s city? This would necessitate changing servers every week….is that easily done?



    • Hi Chris,

      The exact steps to change servers will vary slightly from provider to provider, but, in all cases, doing it is super simple (and literally only takes seconds).

      As an aside, I’m not sure which VPN you’re currently using, but if it’s a good variety of US cities you’re after, HideMyAss! has the biggest selection (51 of them as I type this).

  4. Hi Tim,
    Great site and information you give and have compiled here. Is there any VPN provider that has a server in Fairbanks, Alaska that you know of yet? I see that Hide My Ass has two located in Alaska in the city of Anchorage, however I need and want Fairbanks.
    Stanley G. King

    • Hi Stanley,

      Thank you for the kind words. They’re much appreciated. Unfortunately, as far as I know, there isn’t a VPN with servers in Fairbanks. HMA is the only provider with a presence in Alaska and, as you said, Anchorage is their only location there. Sorry 🙁

  5. who has the best one with a server in Sacramento, California?? I Must have the computer state I am in Sacramento for a job. the co uses a VPN also to encrypt clients isn’t. they said only 30% of the time do the vpns fight with each other. I HAVE TO FIND a way to make this work due to covid. and I am in a hurry! I MUSST have this work computer state it is in Sacramento and NOT be foudnout by their VPN…they use “globalprtoector” VPN

    • Hi Judy,

      Unfortunately, none of the major providers’ server lists currently include Sacramento. The closest you can get is San Francisco. If that works for you, I suggest you try either NordVPN or Surfshark. Both have very good support departments and should be able to help you get their services working with your company’s VPN. That said, I would recommend you contact them before subscribing to get their initial thoughts on your intended setup.


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