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Foreign Embassies in Barcelona

The nearest official delegations are located in Barcelona, with most of the countries represented by their Consulates, with some exceptions. Spain has a large network of foreign Embassies and Consulates, which are there to help foreign citizens who visit or come to live in the country.

There are a number of things Consulates and Embassies can do for you.

They can:

Issue emergency passports or safe-conducts in case of expiry, loss or robbery;

Inform you on medical, legal and educational services available in Spain;

Give help to detainees;

Transfer money for urgent situations that might arise, including repatriation;

Register you onto the Civil Register, issue affidavits, legalise documents as well as other administrative procedures.

However they do not:

Provide travel agency services;

Guarantee special treatment in a hospital or prison;

Lend money or pay fines;

Act as an interpreter, guide or social assistant;

Advice to Foreign Citizens coming to Spain:

Carrying photocopies of your tickets and passports will make the process much easier should your documents be stolen.

Make sure you have medical insurance to cover costs for any accidents or illnesses.

You should register with your local Consulate office if you are planning to stay in Spain for longer than three months, or permanently.

Here are the addresses and contact numbers of all the Foreign Embassies in Barcelona:

Passeig de Gracia, 11 Esc. B 2º
 93 304 12 00 

Plaça de la Placidia 1,3
 93 330 94 96 

Passeig de Gràcia, 21, principal
 93 488 22 88 

Elisenda de Pinós, 10
 93 204 27 00 

Avinguda Tibidabo, 34
 93 254 11 96 

Rambla de Catalunya 33, 3er la
 93 488 02 22 

Puig i Xoriguer, 17
 93 443 15 98 

Ronda Universitat, 22B, 4º
 93 270 30 00 

Passeig de Gracia, 111, l1º (building Deutsche Bank)
 93 292 10 00 

Avinguda Diagonal, 477, l3º
 93 366 62 00 

Avinguda Diagonal, 593, 6º 2ª
 93 321 28 28 

Avinguda Diagonal, 601, 4º
 93 363 54 20 

Teodoro Roviralta, 21
 93 212 09 16 

Gran Vía Carles III, 94, 10º 2ª
 93 491 50 21 

Mallorca, 270, principal
 93 467 73 05 

Av. Diagonal, 640, 2ªD (building Caja de Madrid)
 93 280 34 33 

Passeig Bonanova 55
 93 201 18 22 

Balmes, 184, 5º 2ª
 93 218 49 83 

Avinguda Pearson, 34
 93 280 54 32 

Mallorca, 279, 4º
 93 488 25 01 

Passeig Reina Elisenda, 23
 93 280 22 27 

Reporting thefts in Barcelona or Girona airport

If you have something stolen, you need to go to the police. There are three types of police authorities in Barcelona - the Guardia Civil who wear green, the Policia Municipal who wear light blue and the Mossos d\'Esquadra, who wear a dark blue uniform. The Mossos d\'Esquadra are slowly taking over from the Guardia Civil and the Policia Nacional in Catalonia, and they are the ones you need to go to ro report thefts and petty crimes.

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