Welcome to Germany

The German-Maltese Buddy Bear Enlarge image The German-Maltese Buddy Bear (© Matthias Kundt)



Welcome to the
German Embassy in Valletta


Welcome to our website. On the following pages you will find information about Germany and Malta. 

We also provide information on visas, consular affairs, business, culture and education.

Playmobil Embassy Valletta

The world's unique Playmobil Embassy presentation in Valletta

The world’s first German Playmobil Embassy – located in Valletta – was completed just in time for Christmas 2014. The model was designed by Playmobil Malta and exclusively produced as a one of a kind article. Playmobil CEO Matthias Fauser and Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes presented the model together with students from the St. Magaret College, a Maltese school with a prestigious reputation for teaching German. The Embassy model can be seen in the reception area of the Embassy.

Opening of the Playmobil Embassy Valletta model at Christmas 2014

Opening of the Playmobil Embassy Valletta model at Christmas 2014

...by CEO Matthias Fauser and Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes

...by CEO Matthias Fauser and Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes

Embassy building, front view

Embassy building, front view

Embassy Valletta

Embassy Valletta

St. Margaret College students

St. Margaret College students

Reception

Reception

Office

Office

The Ambassador's office

The Ambassador's office

German language learning centre

German language learning centre

Conference room

Conference room

Music room

Music room

Formal dining hall

Formal dining hall

Doing Business in the MENA Region with German Companies

This conference, jointly organized by the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, the German Maltese Business Council, the Middle East Business Council, the North African Business Council ...

Exhibition opening at Messina Palace

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in cooperation with the German-Maltese Circle invites the media and the general public to the opening of the exhibition Dictatorship and Democracy in the...

‘Innovative Mobility’ Traffic Management conference sparks a lively debate

A conference entitled ‘The future of Traffic Management in Malta – Innovative Mobility’ took place in Valletta thanks to the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, the German Maltese Busi...

The CDU regional faction if the German Bundestag from Rhineland-Palatinate and the Saarland visit Malta

The CDU regional faction of the German Bundestag from Rhineland-Palatinate and the Saarland led by the parliamentary undersecretary of the Federal Ministry for Agriculture,  Peter Bleser engaged in po...

Day of German Unity 2014

A celebration in honour of the Day of German Unity 2014 was held at the residence of the German Ambassador and his wife Mrs. Ulla Brandes with a reception for around 600 guests. The Maltese President,...

Bernd Konrad Jazz Ensemble enthuses audiences in Malta in October 2014

From the 5th to the 10th of October 2014 the Bernd Konrad Jazz Ensemble in cooperation with the German Embassy Malta held several concerts in Malta. On the 6th of October 2014 the band entertained the...

Philologische Bibliothek der FU Berlin

Studying in Germany – a good choice

If you’re looking to study or research abroad, why not come to Germany, Land of Ideas? Higher education in Germany stands for numerous innovations, increasing internationality and strong support for cutting-edge research.

Time and weather in Germany

Berlin:
10:07:05 9 °C
Deutscher Wetterdienst

The Ambassador and the individual sections.

Portrait of Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes

Greetings from the Ambassador and an overview of the individual sections of the Embassy.

Interactive Map of Malta

GERMAN EMBASSY VALLETTA

Address

Il Piazzetta, Entrance B, 1st Floor, Tower Road, Sliema SLM 1605

contact per mail

Phone:
++356 2260 4000
Mobile:
++356 9947 5966 (Only for emergencies!)
Fax:
++301 8176 7183
++356 2260 4115

More News from the Embassy

News

What else is happening ? Get yourself updated on the latest activities of the Embassy, political visits, cultural events and much more.

The “Make it in Germany” website welcomes skilled professionals to Germany!

Make it in germany

“Make it in Germany!” Take a look at our website to see how skilled professionals like yourself can come to live and work in Germany. German firms are facing a genuine skills shortage that is expected to continue into the future. The German Government has therefore set up this website to help business and industry find the specialists they need. Welcome to Germany!

Recognition of vocational qualifications in Germany

Lehrerstudenten im Hörsaal

Here you will find information on the recognition of your vocational qualification in Germany.