Find an Embassy in Paris


Travelers need to visit an embassy in Paris only when they encounter trouble and need assistance.

The embassy is the place to go when you have lost your passport or have quereies about a potentially dangerous location.

In worse case scenarios, your home country’s embassy in Paris, or consulate will be able to provide you with legal advice and may even be able to advance you money should it be necessary.

However they cannot get you out of trouble if you break the law - you must always follow French law in France.

For a full list of embassies and consulates, see the Pages Jaunes under Ambassades et Consulats.

Australian Embassy
4 rue Jean-Rey, 15thOpen M-F 9am-5pm
British Embassy
35 rue du Fbg-St-Honoré, 8thOpen M-F 9:30am-12:30pm and 2:30- 4:30pm
Canadian Embassy
35 av Montaigne, 8thOpen daily 9am-noon and 2-5pm
Irish Embassy
12 av Foch, 16thOpen M-F 9:30am-noon
New Zealand Embassy
7ter rue Léonard-de-Vinci, 16thOpen July-Aug. M-Th 9am-1pm and 2-4:30pm, F 9am-2pm; Sept.-June M-Th 9am-1pm and 2-5:30pm, F 9am-1pm and 2-4pm
South African Embassy
59 quai d’Orsay, 7thOpen M-F 8.30am-5.15pm
US Embassy
2 av Gabriel, 8thOpen M-F 9am-noon
Brazilian Embassy
34 cours Albert 1er, 8th
German Embassy
8 rue Marbeau, 2ndOpen M,W,F 11am-1pm and 2pm-5pm; T,Th 2pm-5pm
Italian Embassy
51 rue de Varenne, 7thOpen M-F 9am-6pm
Dutch Embassy
2-9 rue Eblé, 7thOpen M-F 9am-1pm and 2.30pm-6pm (by appointment)
Japanese Embassy
7 ave Hoche, 8thOpen M-F 9.30am-1pm, 2.30pm-5pm
Swedish Embassy
17 rue Barbet-de-Jouy, 7thOpen M-F 8.30am-1pm, 2pm-5pm
Chinese Embassy
11 ave George V, 8th
South Korean Embassy
25 Rue de Grenelle, 7th

It is a good idea to have the contact information for your embassy in Paris before you travel there.