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Address and Directions

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Study Centre for the Visually Impaired Students (SZS)
Engesserstr. 4 (Geb. 20.51)
D 76131 Karlsruhe
phone: +49 (0)721 608 42760
fax: +49(0)721 608 42020
mail: info∂szs.kit.edu

 

map KIT Campus South 

 

Directions

... by car

  • from the North:
    Take the A5 Autobahn following the Karlsruhe/Basel signs as far as the Karlsruhe - Durlach exit, continue towards Karlsruhe. Follow the dual-carriageway main road to the KIT Campus-Süd sign, then turn right.
  • from the East:
    Take the A8 Autobahn following the Karlsruhe signs as far as the Karlsruher Dreieck intersection, then take the A5 towards Frankfurt as far as the Karlsruhe - Durlach exit, then continue as in "from the North"
  • from the South/South-West:
    Take the A5 Autobahn following the Frankfurt signs as far as the Karlsruhe - Durlach exit, then continue as in "from the North".
  • from the North-West:
    Take the A61 Autobahn until you reach the A5, then continue as in "from the North"

If your are coming by car and wish to drive onto the campus, please use the eastern entrance (Haupteinfahrt, see map) and ask for an entry permit (Einfahrterlaubnis) at the gate.

 

... by train

On arrival please go the main station's main exit. All the trams leaving to the right go to the city centre or the KIT. If you want to go to KIT, get off at the Marktplatz stop (large sandstone pyramid on the left). Take Lines 1 or 2 towards Durlach, Line 3 towards Hauptbahnhof, Line 4 towards Waldstadt or S4 towards Bretten. Get off again at the Kronenplatz/KIT Campus-Süd stop (1 stop after Marktplatz) or Durlacher Tor (2 stops after Marktplatz). Further information on public transport can be found below.
The Deutsche Bahn timetable information service ( http://www.bahn.de/) gives you detailed information on how to come to Karlsruhe by rail. 

... and in Karlsruhe

Karlsruhe has a very good public transport system. You can, of course, take a taxi if you wish. If you live in the city-centre it would be better to use the tram. During standard office-working hours a tram comes every 5 to 10 minutes. The Karlsruhe public transport system is run by the KVV (Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund) and so you only need one type of ticket for the various trams and buses. If you require further details please contact KVV ( http://www.kvv.de/).

Taxi telephone-numbers

Taxi-Funk-Zentrale: 0721 - 9 44 1 44 
Minicar & Citycar (cheaper): 0721 - 84 000 84