Spanish Embassies and Consulates in the World
Spain currently has 123 Spanish embassies around the world and 430 consulates in different countries. There is only one Spanish embassy per country but the number of consulates is much higher, above all the Spanish consulates are usually found in the big cities of the country, for example in the United Kingdom we find the Spanish embassy in London and we also have 3 consulates in Manchester, London and Edinburgh.
The Spanish embassies are always in the capitals of the different countries, the consulates are usually located in important cities of the country. A consulate offers much less services than an embassy, although if you need a visa to travel to Spain, a non lucrative visa, a golden visa, you can ask for it in any of the Spanish consulates.
Embassies of Spain in the World
Here you will find a list of Spanish embassies around the world:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Bosnia and Herz.
- El Salvador
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- S.V. and Grenadines
- San Marino
- Solmon Islands
- South Korea
- Timor Leste
- Trinidad and Tobago
- United Arab Emirates
- United States
- United Kingdom
- Vatican City
Consulates of Spain in the World
Here you will find the list of Spanish consulates around the world:
- Manchester (United Kingdom)
- London (United Kingdom)
- Edimburg (United Kingdom)
- Albuquerque (Unit States)
- Miami (Unit States)
- Los Angeles (Unit States)
- New York (Unit States)
- Boston (Unit States)
How do I contact the Spanish Embassy?
You can contact the Spanish embassy or consulate in different ways:
- Going in person to the address of the embassy or consulate
- Call by phone
- Send an email
How can an Spanish embassy help you?
Citizens who want to visit Spain and obtain the tourist visa or Schengen visa can apply for it at a Spanish embassy or consulate, but in addition to applying for this visa they can obtain many other visas, such as the visa to retire in Spain or apply for the work visa among many other visas.
In 2022, the ETIAS visa waiver will be implemented, therefore, many nationalities that can enter Spain without a visa will need a visa to enter Spain or any other Schengen area country.
If you want to apply for ETIAS it is not done at Spanish embassies or consulates, as this is done online and is a very quick process.
Spanish embassies and consulates can help you with many procedures for Spaniards or foreigners who want to visit Spain or live in Spain.
If you need to make any formalities with a Spanish embassy or consulate our team of lawyers will be able to help you without any problems.