Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Deike Potzel, German Ambassador to Ireland
+353 1 2776 100
+353 1 2776 110
German Embassy Dublin, 31 Trimleston Avenue, Booterstown/ Blackrock, Co. Dublin, A94 TX94, Ireland.
You can call the Embassy: Monday - Thursday 08:00 - 17:00 & Friday: 08:00 - 14:00
Consular opening hours:
Monday - Thursday: 09:00 - 12:00, 14.00 -16.00
Friday: 08.30 – 12.00
Please note that you need to book an appointment for almost all Consular Services.
Administrative / consular district
Tuesday: 08:30 - 9:00
Wednesday: 12:30 - 13:00
Friday: 08.30 – 09.00
The Embassy Dublin will be closed on the following days:
|St. Patrick's Day||Tuesday, 17.03.2020|
|Good Friday||Friday, 10.04.2020|
|Easter Monday||Monday, 13.04.2020|
|May Bank Holiday||Monday, 04.05.2020|
|Day of Liberation from National Socialism||Friday, 08.05.2020|
|Whit Monday/ June Bank Holiday||Monday, 01.06.2020|
|August Bank Holiday||Monday, 03.08.2020|
|National Day of German Unity||Saturday, 03.10.2020|
|October Bank Holiday||Monday, 26.10.2020|
|Christmas Eve||Thursday, 24.12.2020|
|Christmas Day||Friday, 25.12.2020|
|St. Stephen's Day||Saturday, 26.12.2020|
Outside the opening hours of the Embassy and in the event of an emergency, tourists in need of assistance can call us on 087 22 11 382.
Visa and passport applications and other questions that can be answered on this website will not be answered under this number!
Irish emergency call for Irish police and fire services: 999 or 112
The Embassy supports handicapped people and strives to enable them to have access to the Embassy.
However, ongoing construction works have a severe impact on access to the chancery and passport and visa section of the German Embassy.
In order to enable safe and secure access please inform the Embassy when you need a wheelchair or walking support.
There is a toilet with access for a wheelchair.
There is no braille writing in the Embassy.