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The Embassy

Practical information on who we are and how to find us.

The Embassy is located at Østbanegade 21, 2100 Copenhagen Ø. The nearest train station is Østerport Station – just a few minutes’ walk from the embassy. All S-trains stop at Østerport Station. Buses 1A and 15 also stop at Østerport Station. Bus 26 stops at Folke Bernadottes Alle, around the corner from Østerport Station.

In addition, many regional trains stop at Østerport, as does the Øresund Train which services the airport.

The Embassy is open to the public from 10.00 - 12.30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and from 10.00-12.30 & 14.30-16.30 on Thursdays.

 

Ambassador: Cliona Manahan
Second Secretary: David Healy

The Embassy of Ireland in Copenhagen will be closed on the following days:

2017

  • Friday, 17 March
  • Easter Thursday, 13 April
  • Good Friday, 14 April
  • Easter Monday, 17 April
  • Great Prayer's Day, 12 May
  • Ascension Day, Thursday 25 May and Friday 26 May
  • Constitution Day and Whit Monday, Monday 5 June
  • Irish bank holiday Monday, 7 August
  • Irish bank holiday Monday, 30 October
  • Christmas: Monday, 25th December and Tuesday, 26th December 2017

Please note that if you require urgent assistance while the Embassy is closed, contact the main Embassy number, +45 35 47 32 00, and leave a message on the Duty Officer mailbox. This mailbox will be monitored regularly.

Embassy Opening Hours

Public Opening Hours

General, passport and visa enquiries:

The Embassy is open to the public from 10.00 - 12.30 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. The Embassy is open from 10.00-12.30 & 14.30-16.30 on Thursdays only.

Please note that if you require urgent assistance while the Embassy is closed, contact the main Embassy number, +45 35 47 32 00, and leave a message on the Duty Officer mailbox. This mailbox will be monitored regularly.