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Travel Advisory

In the wake of major terrorist attacks in Paris ( November 13, 2015) , Brussels ( March 22, 2016) and Nice ( July 14,2016) where many have lost lives, Europe in general remains vulnerable for such attacks, particularly from ISIS, Al – Qaeda and Lone Wolf elements. Therefore, visiting Germany being a European country too requires caution. In the back drop of recent incidents in Germany – Essen Gurudwara attack (April 16, 2016), Wurzburg (Bavaria- July 18, 2016) and Ansbach (Bavaria - July 24, 2016), where perpetrators have been linked to Jihadi outfits and sympathizers, the possibility of such incidents which can affect personal security are not ruled out in Germany in future. The German government and their agencies are aware and prepared to meet such eventualities and have also tightened security vigil.

As these incidents in Europe are taking place in public places, transport hubs like metro rail, Airports and Sports complexes, they become soft targets of these terror groups. This also applies to places of large tourist attendance. Hence, tourists are advised to remain cautious, particularly in such places.

Tourists for their guidance may like to keep in mind the following

  • Avoid areas around protests and demonstrations as it could get violent sometimes.
  • Closely follow local media for updates on news and traffic.
  • Go through regularly Embassy of India in Berlin website and register for Twitter and Face book of Embassy and consider receiving updates.
  • Be on guard at public places against theft, pick pocketing and even travel documents.

Report crimes to the local police: in an emergency dial 112 for ambulance and 110 for the police and contact Indian Embassy at Berlin and consulates at Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg in case of sharing any information or assistance.
Numbers for emergency services:
Berlin Police hotline - (+49 30) 46 64 46 64

Embassy of India, Berlin, General Contact Numbers

During Office Hours: 9.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs (Monday to Friday) 0049-30-257950
Outside office hours: 0049-30-25795101/0049-30-25795103/0049-30-25795104

Hospitals and health services

Charité Hospital
Schumannstraße 20-21
10117 Berlin
First aid, emergency department switchboard

Vivantes Klinikum im Friedrichshain Hospital
Landsberger Allee 49
10243 Berlin

(+49 30) 450 53 10 00
(+49 30) 450 50

(+49 30) 13 02 30)

Emergency service
provided by the public health services

(+49 30) 31 00 31)

National emergency number for on-call
medical service

116 117

Poison hotline

(+49 30) 1 92 40

Emergency dental service (information)

(+49 30) 89 00 43 33

You can find the emergency service plan of all Berlin pharmacies as well as over 10,000 medical and self-help addresses online at

Other important telephone numbers

National enquiries (+49 30) 11 8 33)
International enquiries (+49 30) 11 8 34
BVG (public transport) customer services (+49 30) 19 4 49
Central (public) lost property office (+49 30) 902 77 31 01)
Platz der Luftbrücke 6

Address: Embassy of India, Tiergartenstr.17 10785 Berlin, Germany.

Working hours: 9.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs (Monday to Friday)
Public dealing hours for application of passports, OCI and other consular documents is Monday till Friday from 09:30 - 12:30 hours.
Public dealing hours for collecting documents is Monday till Friday from 16:00 - 17:00 hours.
Telephone Numbers: 0049-30-257950
Fax Number: 030 26557000
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Last updated on : 20-06-2018