Embassies and Consulates

The following is a list of consulates located in Puerto Rico:

Consulate Phone Number Address
Austria
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 625-3118
Belgium (787) 883-2570
Belize
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 280-6600
(787) 764-2087 Fax
567 Ramon Gandia Street
Hato Rey, PR 00918
Bolivia
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 722-5449
Canada
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 759-6629
Chile
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-6365
Colombia
Consulate of Hato Rey
(787) 754-6885
Costa Rica
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 721-7786
Czech Republic
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 722-2467
Denmark
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-2532
Dominican Republic
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-7377
Ecuador
Consulate of Guaynabo
(787) 999-5226
El Salvador
Consulate of Guaynabo
(787) 793-7576
Finland
Consulate of Guaynabo
(787) 720-0098
France
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-2527
Georgia
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 724-8070
Guatemala
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 289-7871
Holland
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 759-9400
Hungary
Consulate of Mayag�ez
(787) 831-2010
Italy
Consulate of R�o Piedras
(787) 767-5855
Japan
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-2532
Korea
Consulate of Hato Rey
(787) 777-8888
Mexico
Consulate of Hato Rey
(787) 764-0258
Nicaragua
Consulate of Guaynabo
(787) 781-6513
Norway
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-2514
Panama
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 725-1610
Paraguay
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 727-8296
Poland
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 781-3254
Portugal
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 761-4148
Russia
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 793-0750
Spain
Consulate of Hato Rey
(787) 758-6279
Sweden
Consulate of Bayam�n
(787) 778-2377
Switzerland
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 977-0286
Thailand
Consulate of Hato Rey
(787) 751-0151
Trinidad & Tobago
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 724-3203
United Kingdom
Consulate of Humacao
(787) 406-8777
Uruguay
Consulate of San Juan
(787) 723-2026
Venezuela
Consulate of Hato Rey
(787) 766-4250
(787) 766-4255 Fax
Piso 6, Ofc. 601 Ave. Ponce de Leon San Juan, P.R. 00918

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Did You Know?

Puerto Rican Coffee was served in official state dinners at the White House. Under President Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909), Puerto Rican coffee formed part of every White House breakfast.