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Directions to the Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry

Getting here

Arrival by train

  • From Airport you take a train (every 30 min) which brings you to the Main Railway Station.
  • From the main station proceed to the trolley station (located next to track 9/10, in the underground)
  • Take either one of the following trolley lines:
  • Line 1 (direction Sarstedt) / line 2 (direction Rethen) / line 3 and 7 (direction Wettbergen) / line 8 (direction Messe Nord) / line 9 (direction Empelde)
  • Get of at the first stop which is “Kröpke”.
  • Change over to either trolley line 4 (direction Garbsen) or line 5 (direction Stöcken).
  • Exit at trolley stop “Schneiderberg” (forth stop).
  • Cross “Nienburger Straße” and proceed down “Schneiderberg”.
  • Turn right into the first crossroad which is “Callinstraße”.

Arrival by car

  • from north (A2):
    A7 interchange „Hannover-Ost“ to the A 2 - direction „Bielefeld/Düsseldorf“, exit „Hannover “Herrenhausen“, direction city centre (to south) straight on the road „Am Leineufer“, following „Westschnellweg“ (B 6), exit „Herrenhausen“, follow the exit until the end, turn left into „Herrenhäuser Straße“, which passes into „Nienburger Straße”, right into “Schneiderberg“ (from there follow the direction “arrival by train”)
  • from south-east:
    Exit „Hannover-Anderten“ on the „Südschnellweg“ (B 65) to east, straight to the “Seelhorster Kreuz“, there on the „Messeschnellweg“ (B 3) to north, exit „Pferdeturm“ left into „Hans-Boeckler-Allee“, which passes to „Marienstraße“, until „Aegidientorplatz“, there turn left and immediately right into „Friedrichswall“, straight on, right at „Friederikenplatz“ into „Leibnizufer“, which passes into „Brühlstraße“, „Königsworther Platz“ and „Nienburger Straße“, right into „Schneiderberg“, (from there follow the direction “arrival by train“)
  • from west:
    A 2 direction Berlin, exit „Herrenhausen“ (then follow the direction „from north“)