How to get to Lüneburg

By Plane

The nearest airports to Lüneburg are located in Hamburg (70 km)  Hanover (120 km), and Bremen (150 km). All three airports can be easily reached by public transport: In Hamburg, urban trains (S-Bahn) run between Hamburg airport and the main train station every 10 minutes; the ride takes 25 minutes. In Hanover, urban trains (S-Bahn) run between Hanover airport and the main train station every 30 minutes; the ride takes about 20 minutes. In Bremen, the tram line 6 leaves for the main train station every 10 minutes.

By Train and Bus

Lüneburg is situated on the main connecting railway route between Hanover and Hamburg. If you take an ICE from Hanover, it takes you about one hour to get to Lüneburg; from Hamburg an IC or ME takes you to Lüneburg within 30 minutes. Further information and schedules are available on www.db.de .

From the train station in Lüneburg, busses number 5011 (direction Rettmer/Häcklingen) and 5012 (direction Bockelsberg) take you to the main university campus (map); they run every ten minutes. Get off at the bus stop "Blücherstraße."

To get to Campus Rotes Feld (map), take line 5012 (direction Bockelsberg) and get off at the bus stop "Kefersteinstraße."

To get to Campus Volgershall (map), take line 5013 (direction Reppenstedt) or 5200 (direction Salzhausen). Get off at the bus stop "Jägerstraße."

In addition, there are taxis waiting in front of the train station. A ride to Campus Scharnhorststraße costs approx. 10 euros.

By Car

Coming from the South:
Take the A7 motorway direction Hanover/Hamburg and leave the motorway at the exit "Soltau Ost." Go on the main road B209 and keep following it until you enter Lüneburg. From here, follow the signposts to the university campus.

Coming from the North:
Take the A 39 motorway direction Hamburg/Lüneburg and leave the motorway at the exit "Lüneburg-Häcklingen." From here, follow the signposts for the university campus.

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