Embassy of Sweden in Bern

Information about the Sweden Embassy located in Bern, opening hours, contact information, location and frequently asked questions about this Embassy in Bern

Office Embassy of Sweden in Bern
Location Bundesgasse 26, 3011 Bern, Switzerland
Phone +41313287000
Website http://www.swedenabroad.se/bern&opi=79508299&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwiyncXOve6BAxXTpOkKHT93AB8Q61gI0gEoDw&usg=AOvVaw2IPWtvKwgw8V7l84LhPOBa


The hours of the Sweden Embassy in the Bern are as follows:

Monday 9:30 AM–12 PM
Tuesday 9:30 AM–12 PM
Wednesday 9:30 AM–12 PM | 2–4 PM
Thursday 10:30 AM–12 PM
Friday 9:30 AM–12 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


The address of the Sweden Embassy in Bern is located on Bundesgasse 26, 3011 Bern, Switzerland.

Do you need GPS coordinates to go to the Embassy of Sweden in Bern?
Latitude: 469,464,772 | Longitude: 74,400,905

Frequent questions

Answers to the most frequently asked questions about requesting an appointment at the Sweden in Bern.

What is the phone number?

To contact, request an appointment or request information you must call the phone number +41313287000.

How to make an appointment online?

From the official website of the Sweden Embassy in Bern, or by clicking here.

Consular formalities

  • Renew or apply for passports: You can renew your passport of Sweden or apply for a new one if you’ve lost it while abroad.
  • Obtain visas and residency permits: Consulates can assist you in obtaining visas and residency permits for Sweden to Bern.
  • Register births and marriages: If you have a child abroad or get married in a foreign country, the consulate of Sweden in Bern can help you register these events.
  • Emergency assistance: This consulate of Sweden provide assistance in emergencies such as detention, hospitalization, or loss of belongings in Bern.
  • Legalize documents: Consulate can authenticate documents like notarized powers of attorney or academic degrees for recognition in Sweden.
  • Vote in elections of Sweden: Some consulates allow citizens to vote in national elections while abroad.
  • Guidance and counseling: Consulates offer information on local laws, customs, medical services, and other aspects of life in Bern.
  • Certificates and document notarization: Consulate can issue certificates, authenticate documents, and perform notarial functions.
  • Repatriation in emergencies: In situations like natural disasters or conflicts, consulate can help citizens return to Sweden.
  • Assistance in case of lost or stolen documents: If you lose your Sweden passport or other vital documents, the consulate can assist in obtaining replacements and offer guidance.

Other embassies of Sweden

Here is a list of other embassies of Sweden.