By car on the A1 and A27 motorways:
Leave the A27 motorway at the exit signposted “Horn-Lehe/Universität” and drive in the direction of “Zentrum/Universität”. From here, BIBA is only one kilometre away. If you are coming via the A1 motorway, change onto the A27 at the interchange in Bremen (the “Bremer Kreuz”) towards Bremerhaven.
You can orientate yourself from a distance using the conspicuous “Fallturm Bremen” drop tower. As you approach from the A27 “Horn-Lehe/Universität” exit, after turning once onto the “Hochschulring” road, you will pass the tower and will then see BIBA immediately on the right-hand side. Generally speaking, you can find a parking space either in front of, next to or behind BIBA.
For the satellite navigation device:
By train/plane, then onwards by taxi or tram:
You will of course be able to find taxis waiting in front of the airport and train station. Nevertheless, it is definitely cheaper and also often quicker to travel by tram.
You can reach BIBA on tram line 6, whether you’re coming from Bremen Airport (the “ Flughafen/Neuenlander Feld” stop) or from the main station in Bremen (“Bremen Hauptbahnhof”). You travel in the direction of the university (“Universität”) until the final stop “Universität Nord” (previously known as “Klagenfurter Straße/IW3”), which is directly adjacent to BIBA.
During the day, trams leave every 6 to 10 minutes. It takes 32 minutes to travel from the airport to BIBA, and 16 minutes from the main station. At the airport or train station, you are never more than 150 metres away from a tram stop, which can be reached in only a few minutes on foot. Tram 6 stops directly in front of the exit to the airport terminal building and on the train station forecourt at platform E (“Bahnsteig E”). You can buy tickets from the machines in the tram.
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