British Embassy Podgorica
|Mondays to Thursdays||9:00 am to 5:00 pm|
|Fridays||9:00 am to 1:30 pm|
Please note that Consular Section receive customers by appointment only.
Contact our sections
If you need to contact us for consular, visa or project related matters, please do so via:
Public holidays in 2017
|Monday 2 January||New Year’s Day|
|Tuesday 3 January||New Year’s Day|
|Friday 6 January||Orthodox Christmas Day|
|Monday 9 January||Orthodox Christmas Day (in lieu)|
|Monday 20 March||Internal Corporate Meetings|
|Friday 14 April||Good Friday|
|Monday 17 April||Easter Monday|
|Monday 1 May||International Labour Day & May Bank Holiday|
|Tuesday 2 May||International Labour Day|
|Monday 22 May||Montenegrin Independence Day|
|Monday 26 Jun||Ramadan Bajram|
|Thursday 13 July||Montenegrin Statehood Day|
|Friday 14 July||Montenegrin Statehood Day|
|Monday 25 December||Christmas day|
|Tuesday 26 December||Boxing day|
Please note that we will be working with limited resources on Monday 26 June for Ramadan Bajram.
If you are a British national needing urgent consular assistance during this period, please call +382 20 618 010.
If you need to contact us for some other business while we are closed, please do so via e-mail at one of the email addresses as above.
Getting to the Embassy
There is no public parking space within the Embassy. You can park in the streets nearby where allowed.
Unfortunately, there is no public transport in the vicinity of the Embassy.
Taxis are widely available in Podgorica. They can be ordered by telephone or hailed on the street. Finding one at any time is not usually a problem, unless it is raining. Take a taxi and ask to be dropped off at ‘Britanska ambasada, Ulcinjska osam’.
Due to the global threat currently posed by terrorism, and the targeting of Embassies, we do our utmost to ensure a safe and secure environment for your visit.
Please co-operate with the security team as they conduct their checks and controls, each of which should take only a few minutes. The security measures in place are for the benefit of all visitors and staff. Visitors to our office will have to go through the security checkpoint at the entrance. Mobile phones and electronic devices are not allowed into the building. Presenting an official ID (national ID card, passport or a driver’s licence) to the security team at the entrance is a requirement.
To assist disabled visitors, we have set out details of disabled access at this Embassy.
General physical access
- entrances: special arrangements can be made to meet disabled visitors at the entrance
- lift: disabled access lift is in place to assist our disabled visitors
- steps and staircases: all have handrails
- floor coverings: inside the building, all coverings are safe and even
- doors: supervised by the Embassy staff and are easily accessible although of restricted width
- lighting: all areas are well lit
- emergency/evacuation: staff available to assist disabled visitors in case of emergency or evacuation
- phones: can be made accessible in public areas for wheelchair users.
Access for visually-impaired visitors
- guide dogs are welcome in the Embassy building
- signs to the offices are clear, but not available in Braille.
Access for deaf / hard of hearing visitors
- hearing loops are not installed
- minicom and text-phones are not installed
- we do not currently have any staff familiar with the sign language
- hearing dogs are welcome in the Embassy building.
If you need to visit us or to use our services and you feel that our services may be inaccessible to you, please contact our office on +382 (0) 20 618 010 or by email and we will endeavour to provide a service or access to a building in an alternative way to ensure equality.