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Last update 07 April 2023Diplomatic missions

Risk index

Level 3: Increased level of risk (recommendation not to travel in certain areas of the country unless necessary)


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Regular passport: visa not required

Diplomatic passport: visa not required

Official passport: visa not required

Republic of Guinea

The Republic of Bulgaria has no functioning embassy in Conakry. Bulgarian nationals staying in Guinea for shorter or longer periods may refer to the Embassy of the Republic in Bulgaria in Abuja, Federal Republic of Nigeria for consular questions.

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Abuja
Address: 10 Euphrates str., off Aminu Kano Crescent, Maitama, Abuja
Telephone: +2340 967 243 59
Office hours: 09.00 - 12.30 h
Consulate office: + 2340 967 099 86
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.mfa.bg/embassies/nigeria

The Embassy of Guinea in Belgrade is accredited for Bulgaria.

Embassy of the Republic of Guinea in Belgrade, Serbia

Address: Ohridska 4, Belgrade, Serbia
Telephone: +381 11 344 48 40; +381 11 345 13 91
Tel./fax: +381 11 344 48 70
Office hours: 09.00 - 15.00 h
E-mail: [email protected]

Honorary Consul of Guinea in Bulgaria

1000 Sofia, Drujba, 3 rue Amsterdam
Tél.: +359 2 978 37 00
E-mail: [email protected]

General information

general information

Local currency

West African Franc (XOF)

It is recommendable to carry Euro or US Dollars. travellers are recommended to have a certain amount of local currency prior to entering the country. Payments with checks and credit cards are not possible.

Crime and security

In the last years assaults against high ranking state officers were made. Since the spring of 2010 the situation has been calm on the whole, however the chronic, political, social and military tension persists. Higher level of criminal offence.

Travelling to Guinea Bissau is not recommended, except in cases of ultimate necessity. Special attention in case of tourist travels!

Law specifics

Taking photos of military buildings and objects, as well as of other objects of strategic significance is not allowed.

Customs requirements

There are no restrictions concerning the import or export of currency or things.

Road traffic

Public transport and road condition in the country are unsatisfactory. That is why traveling outside the capital at night time is not recommended.


Medical services in hospitals do not meet the European standards. In 2008 there were death cases from cholera recorded in the capital city Bissau.

Travel papers and visas

International passport which should be valid for at least for the duration of the stay in Guinea Bissau.

It is recommendable to have vaccination against yellow fever.

You can obtain up to date information about the possible requirement for vaccination from the National Centre for Contagious and Parasitic Diseases at telephone:  + 359 2 944 69 99 / 221.

Bulgarian nationals traveling to Guinea Bissau (holders of ordinary, service and diplomatic passports) need visa, which they can obtain at the embassy of Guinea Bissau in Moscow.

Competitive service

In emergency events – in case of ruined, lost or stolen passport, Bulgarian nationals may apply for issue of an Emergency Travel Document at the embassy of an EU member-state in Bissau, the capital city of Guinea Bissau.

Certification and legalisation

In order to be valid for Bulgaria and so that they may serve before the Bulgarian institutions all documents of Bulgarian individuals issued by the competent authorities of Guinea Bissau need to have the stamp of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guinea Bissau affixed on them. Then they need to be certified by the embassy of Guinea Bissau in Moscow. The consulate office at the Bulgarian embassy in Moscow can certify the stamps of the embassy of Guinea Bissau in the Russian capital. 

So prepared, the documents should be translated into the Bulgarian language by an authorised company in Bulgaria and certified by the Certification and Legalisation Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria.

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