How to apply for a Vietnam visa in Athens

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Embassy of Vietnam in Athens - Greece

Address: Leof. Diamantidou 16-26, Psichiko 154 52, Greece
Phone: +30 2106 1287 33
Fax: +30 2106 1287 34
Email: vnemb.gr@gmail.com, vnemb.gr@mofa.gov.vn
Office hours: Mondays to Fridays: 08.30 - 13.00 & 14.30 - 18.00
Vietnam Embassy in Athens

How to apply

Travellers from Athens, Greece can apply for a visa for Vietnam in person at the embassy of Vietnam in Athens or apply for a pre-approved visa letter online to pick up the visa on arrival.

Apply at the embassy

To apply for a visa at the embassy/consulate of Vietnam in Athens, Greece, the following documents are REQUIRED:

  • Valid passport for at least 06 months prior to your planned entry date (Travel documents or temporary passports may not be accepted)
  • Application form (Click here to download)
  • 02 recently taken passport sized photos (4*6cm)
  • Visa application fees

Apply for visa on arrival

Visa on arrival is an easy and convenient way to obtain a visa for Vietnam for Greeks applicants or foreign travellers residing in Athens who plan to arrive in Vietnam by air from Athens, Greece. The process involves 4 simple steps:

  1. Submit an online form for the approval letter.
  2. Receive the approval letter by Email in 2 working days.
  3. Prepare photos, entry/exit form, stamping fee and the approval letter
  4. Arrive at Vietnam airport, present all documents above to get the visa stamped on passport.

Upcoming Holiday Schedules of Embassy of Vietnam in Athens

Holidays Date Day Counting down
Holy Spirit Monday 17 June 2019Monday27 days, 9 hours
Assumption Day 15 August 2019Thursday86 days
National Day 02 September 2019Monday104 days
The Ochi day 28 October 2019Monday160 days
Christmas Day 25 December 2019Wednesday218 days
Synaxis of the Mother of God 26 December 2019Thursday219 days
New Year's Day 01 January 2020Wednesday225 days
Epiphany 06 January 2020Monday230 days
Tet Eve 24 January 2020Friday248 days
Tet Nguyen Dan 25 January 2020Saturday249 days

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