Great Britain Embassies and Consulates

By | June 15, 2021

Representations of Great Britain in Germany

The current embassy building was built on the site of the old British embassy, ​​which was damaged by bombs during the war and completely destroyed by fire after the war. The remains were later removed by the GDR authorities, and the property was fallow until 1998. The plans for today’s embassy building come from the architecture firm Michael Wilford & Partners, London and Stuttgart, which had previously won a competition. The embassy was then officially inaugurated on July 18, 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II. The building is located at the beginning of Wilhelmstrasse in the immediate vicinity of the Brandenburg Gate. This part of the street is closed to motor vehicle traffic for safety reasons.

Embassy in Berlin
Wilhelmstr. 70
10117 Berlin
Tel: 0049 – (0) 30 – 20 45 70
E-Mail: [email protected]hebotschaft.de
Web: https: //www.embassy- worldwide.com/embassy/british-embassy-in-berlin-germany/

Consulate General in Düsseldorf
Yorckstrasse 19
40476 Düsseldorf
Tel: 0049 – (0) 211 – 9 44 80
Email: [email protected]

Consulate General in Munich
Möhlstrasse 5
81675 Munich
Tel: 0049 – (0) 89 – 21 10 90

Honorary
consulates You can find further honorary consulates in: Bremen, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Hanover, Kiel, Nuremberg and Stuttgart

German representations in Great Britain

Embassy in London
23 Belgrave Square
SW1X 8PZ London
Tel: 0044 – (0) 20 – 7824 1300
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.london.diplo.de

Consulate General in Edinburgh
16 Eglinton Crescent
Edinburgh, EH12 5DG
Tel: 0044 – (0) 131 – 337 2323
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: www.edinburgh.diplo.de

You can find other honorary consulates in: Aberdeen, Barrow on Humber, Bristol, Cardiff, Coventry, Dover, Glasgow, Hamilton, Ipswich, Kirkwall, Larne, Leeds, Lerwick, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Newcastle upon Tyne, Plymouth, Providenciales, Southampton, St. Heller and St. Peter Port.

Austrian representations in Great Britain

Embassy in London
18 Belgrave Mews West
London SW1X 8HU
Tel: 0044 – (0) 20 – 7344 3250
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: www.aussenministerium.at/london

Honorary Consulate at Birmingham
5, Barlows Road, Edgbaston
Birmingham B15 2PN
Tel: 0044 – (0) 121 – 45 41 197
Email: [email protected]

Representations of Great Britain in Austria

Embassy in Vienna
Jauresgasse 12
1030 Vienna
Tel: 0043 – (0) 1 – 716130
E-Mail: press[email protected]
Web: http://ukinaustria.fco.gov.uk

Honorary Consulate in Insbruck
Kaiserjägerstrasse 1/Top B9
6021 Innsbruck
Tel: 0043 – (0) 512 – 58 83 20
E-Mail: [email protected]

Honorary Consulate in Salzburg
Alter Markt 4
5020 Salzburg
Tel: 0043 – (0) 662 – 84 81 33
E-Mail: [email protected]

Honorary Consulate in Graz
Schmiedgasse 12
8010 Graz
Tel: 0043 – (0) 316 – 82 61 05
E-Mail: [email protected]

Swiss representations in Great Britain

Embassy in London
16-18 Montagu Place
London W1H 2BQ
Tel: 0044 – (0) 20 – 7616 6000
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: www.eda.admin.ch/london

Consulate General in Edinburgh
255 C Colinton Road
Edinburgh EH14 1DW
Tel: 0044 – (0) 131 – 441 40 44
E-Mail: [email protected]

Consulate in Belfast
54 Priory Park
Belfast BT10 0AE
Tel: 0044 – (0) 77 – 33 59 55 95
E-Mail: [email protected]

Consulate in Cardiff
c/o Morgan Cole Solicitors
Bradley Court
Park Place
Cardiff CF10 3DP
Tel: 0044 – (0) 2920 – 48 85 33
E-Mail: [email protected]

Consulate in Manchester
c/o Thornburn & Co. Ltd
Church House, 5th Floor
90 Deansgate
Manchester M3 2GP
Tel: 0044 – (0) 162 – 552 79 96
E-Mail: [email protected]

Consulate in St. Peter Port/Guernsey
c/o Rothschild Bank Switzerland (CI) Ltd.
St. Julian’s Court
St. Julian’s Avenue
St. Peter Port
Guernsey CI GY1 3UA
Tel: 0044 – (0) 1481 – 71 02 67
E-Mail: [email protected]

Representations of Great Britain in Switzerland

Embassy in Bern
Thunstrasse 50
CH 3005 Bern
Tel: 0041 – (0) 31 – 359 7700
Fax: 0041 – (0) 31 – 359 7701
Email: [email protected]
http://ukinswitzerland.fco.gov.uk

Great Britain Embassies in Germany

Climate

The British Isles tend to have a relatively mild climate throughout the year. Deep foothills that come from the Atlantic ensure that temperatures in Great Britain usually do not rise above 32 °C in summer or fall below -10 °C in winter. The rainiest months are generally the winter months of January and February, but this also depends very much on regional conditions. The heaviest rainfall is in the west of the country and in the Scottish Highlands, where the annual average rainfall can be up to 1,100 liters/m². To convert from Fahrenheit to Celcius, proceed as follows:
The value 32 is subtracted from the value in Fahrenheit, since 0 °C corresponds exactly to 32 ° Fahrenheit. Then the obtained value is divided by 9 and then multiplied by 5. This is because the Fahrenheit to Celcius ratio is 9: 5.

Travel times

Because the British climate is so consistently mild, you can actually travel to the country at any time of the year. However, the idea of ​​what is meant by a particularly favorable travel climate depends on various factors. Pure cultural travelers certainly see the climate differently than people planning a beach holiday. Health status and age can also play a role in the experience of the climate.

For winter sports
enthusiasts The Cairngorn Mountains are Britain’s most popular ski area. The ski area with a total of 28 pistes can be accessed with chairlifts at an altitude of over 1,000 m.

Climate table

The following table shows climate data for Great Britain. It should be noted that the climatic conditions in different regions of the country can sometimes differ considerably from one another and thus also from the values ​​shown. In addition, the monthly temperature averages have little informative value with regard to the current minimum or maximum temperatures. It is possible that at average temperatures of around 20 °C, maximum values ​​of 30 °C or more occur on some days. The table therefore only provides a general overview of the climatic conditions in Great Britain.

Month Mean rainfall in millimeters Mean maximum temperatures in (°C) Mean minimum temperatures in (°C)
January 85 05-07 01-04
February 62 06-07 01-05
March 54 08-09 02-05
April 54 11-13 03-06
May 61 13-18 05-10
June 57 16-20 08-12
July 79 18-22 10-14
August 81 19-23 10-15
September 77 16-20 08-13
October 88 13-15 06-10
November 93 08-10 04-08
December 87 06-08 02-06