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Swiss Embassy for Spain - Address / Phone Number

Swiss Embassy for Spain

Swiss Embassy in Spain

Address: Calle de Núñez de Balboa 35 A, 7°, Edificio Goya, 28001 Madrid
City: Madrid (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: +34 91 436 39 60 
Fax: +34 91 436 39 80 
Consular tel.: +34 91 702 2038
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 13.00 

Swiss Consulate in Bilbao
Address: Granvia Diego López de Haro, 17-6°, 48001 Bilbao
City: Bilbao (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: +34 946 941 240 

Swiss Consulate General in Barcelona
Address: Gran Via de Carlos III, 94,7°, 08028 Barcelona
City: Barcelona (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: +34 93 409 06 50 

Swiss Consulate in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Address: Edificio de Oficinas, Local 1, E-35107 Playa de Tarajalillo, Gran Canaria
City: Las Palmas (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: +34 92 815 79 79 

Swiss Consulate in Malaga
Address: Apartado de correos 7, 29080 Malaga
City: Malaga (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: +34 64 501 03 03 

Swiss Consulate in Palma de Mallorca
Address: Antonia Martinez Fiol, 6, 3°A, 07010 Palma de Mallorca
City: Palma de Mallorca (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: +34 97 176 88 36 

As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic and financial affairs, legal arrangements, science, education and culture.

The Embassy provides consular services related to the following matters:

  • Issuance of attestations and certificates;
  • Citizenship matters;
  • Civil status affairs (marriage, birth, death, etc.);
  • Issuance of criminal records;
  • Emergency assistance for Swiss citizens in distress;
  • Legalisation of documents;
  • Issuance of passports and identity cards;
  • Political rights to vote;
  • Registration, deregistration and change of address;
  • Social security and social insurance;
  • Registration of Swiss citizens abroad.

The loss or theft of a Swiss ID document abroad must be reported as soon as possible to the local police as well as to the relevant Swiss representation. A police report (declaration of loss) is also required to make it possible to prepare a new identity document, such as a temporary passport.

Visitors may enter Swiss territory without a visa if they are citizens of the European Union (EU) or the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and in possession of a valid recognised identity document. For a stay over 90 days they will require an authorisation from the migration authority of the canton concerned. 

Embassy is closed on public holidays.

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