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Greek Embassy for Czech Republic

Greek Embassy in Czech Republic

Address: 162 00 Praha 6 - Střešovice, Na Ořechovce 19
City: Prague (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: 222 250 943, 222 250 955
Fax: 222 253 686
Emergency tel.: 728101593 / 776797155

Working hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30 – 16.30
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 13.00

The Greek Embassy in Prague represents Greece in Czech Republic, and protects and implements the interests of Greece, its citizens and legal entities in Czech Republic. It also helps to develop friendly relations and further co-operation between Greece and Czech Republic.

The Greek Embassy ensures all co-nationals protection against the violation of their fundamental rights and the limitation or privation of their personal freedom. They also ensure emergency assistance; help in locating family members, inheritance procedures initiated abroad and for the repatriation of mortal remains. The consular services include:

  • Visas
  • Passports
  • Driving License
  • Family and legal matters
  • Elections 
  • Legalisation 
  • Legislation, etc.

In case of loss or theft, the holder of the lost passport must report the loss immediately to the nearest police or consular authority (the same holds true if the lost passport is found). The above authority carries out an investigation (which may last up to 3 months) into the circumstances under which the passport was lost or stolen. During the investigation, a new passport is not issued to the applicant unless it is deemed necessary that the applicant travel abroad to receive medical treatment. In cases of emergency, provisional travelling documents can be issued by our Consular Missions abroad for the repatriation of Greek citizens.

Greece is a member state of the European Union and a part of the Schengen Treaty. These two capacities determine visa requirements for foreign citizens who wish to visit Greece. Visas are not required by citizens of Member-States of the Schengen Agreement. Citizens of the majority of the countries that are not Member-States of the Schengen Agreement require a visa to enter Greece and the E.U. Visitors from these countries can obtain further information from the Hellenic Embassies or Consulates in their countries, or even from their travel agencies. During their stay in Greece, visitors with a visa must also have suitable insurance coverage for emergency medical or other needs.

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