The U.S. Mission to Germany comprises the Embassy in Berlin and five consulates.
Embassy of the United States of America
Pariser Platz 2, 10117 Berlin,
is Germany’s representation in the United States. The
Ambassador and the Foreign Service Officers maintain contacts
with their US counterparts in the State Department and in
other federal departments and public institutions. They also
establish relationships with private institutions, organizations
and individuals with connections to or interest in Germany.
The embassy is also home to a Consulate (one of eight in the
US), which provides visa services for those who would like
to travel to Germany and a range of services for German citizens.
4645 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC, 20007-1998
Consulate General in the U.S.
OFFICE HOME PAGE
Home page of the German Foreign Office. Gives detailed information
on the ministry, its tasks, foreign trade promotion, travel.
Includes photos and games. Useful links to German firms and
other Germany-related sites. In German with some English and
Home page of the German Government provided by the German
Government Press and Information Office. A comprehensive with
information on the German people, economy, political system
and publications. In English, Spanish, French and German.
GERMAN INFORMATION CENTER
The German Information Center is dedicated to fulfilling the
diplomacy mission of the German Embassy by offering Americans
window on the modern Germany.