Iran Embassy, London UK Customer Care Phone Number, Address, Email, Hours, How to reach by Bus, Metro, Taxi? 1

Find out Iran embassy in London, UK Address, Phone number, Email, Open hours, Website and Social media

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Iran Embassy address: 16 Prince’s Gate, London SW7 1PT, United Kingdom

Iran Embassy number: 020 7225 42089, +44 20 7937 5225

Iran Embassy Fax: 020 7589 4440

Iran Embassy Opening times: Mon-Fri – 9AM – 5PM

Iran Embassy Email:

Iran Embassy website:

Direction: View location of Iran embassy, london google maps

How to reach Iran Embassy in London by Bus / Metro / Taxi?

Nearby Bus stop

  • Exhibition Road (Stop RB) (9, 52)
  • Prince Of Wales Gate (Stop RM) (4, N9)

Nearby Metro station

  • Gloucester Road
  • High Street Kensington
  • South Kensington
  • Queensway

Nearby Taxi Stand

  • Taxi rank
  • Knightsbridge MiniCabs Rank
  • Knightsbridge Cabs
  • South Kensington Taxis & MiniCabs 24HRS

Consular Section

Address: 50 Kensington Court W8 5DB

020 7361 0825

020 7938 1615

Opening times: Mon-Fri- 9am – 12pm (acceptance of documents)

Passport Affairs:


Legal Affairs:

 02073610826 and 02073610810

79381615 020

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  • John Spriggs

    Dear Mr Raisi,

    I am a retired British teacher with an interest in human rights, and I wish to draw your attention to the case of Anoosheh Ashoori, who I understand to be imprisoned following an unfair trial, sentenced to 10 years in jail for “cooperating with a hostile state against the Islamic Republic” and 2 years for obtaining “illicit funds”, based on “confessions” obtained under torture. I urge the authorities to investigate these allegations of torture, and to quash the conviction and sentence. Pending his release, he should have medical and dental care he urgently needs.