D - 06120 Halle (Saale)
Tel.: 0345 55 28650
Fax: 0345 55 27411
On the campus area the Wilhelm-Schrader-Straße was renamed in Karl-Freiherr-von-Fritsch-Straße. The maps are not updated yet.
From the airport station by Regional-Bahn (time table) to the main railway station Halle and there change to the tram (line 4 or 5 direction “Kröllwitz” ) to the stop “Weinberg Campus”.
Go straight ahead the Walther-Hülse-Straße und turn right into the Theodor-Lieser-Straße. After the barrier there is a big parking area on the left side. In front of that you will see the building of SiLi-nano®.
From the railway station Halle by tram (line 4 or 5 direction “Kröllwitz” ) to the stop “Weinberg Campus”.
Continuing as above
Of course there is also the possibility to take a taxi directly from the main entrance of the airport or the railway station Halle to the ZIK SiLi-nano®.
From Autobahn A9/A14
Leave A9 or A14 at the exit HALLE; turn right into B100 towards Halle until you reach the end of B100 at a traffic light.
Take you look at your map: you are now at the intersection NORD-OST-TANGENTE/DESSAUER BRÜCKE (bridge). Attention: On the bridge turn right immediately towards B6 to Magdeburg. After about 100 m on B6 take the next exit into Wolfensteinstraße.
Go straight ahead following Wolfensteinstraße, cross Reilstraße, then Wolfensteinstraße becomes Brunnenstraße; follow Brunnenstraße. At the end of Brunnenstraße turn right into Burgstraße and then left again into Kröllwitzer Straße. Cross the Saale River. After the bridge turn immediately right and drive along the Saale River on Talstraße (one-way street). Follow the Talstraße to the cross and turn left in the Weinbergweg.
Go straight ahead to the traffic light, cross the Heideallee and follow the Walther-Hülse-Straße . At the first cross turn right into the Theodor-Lieser-Straße. After the barrier turn left at the parking area. In the front of this place is the building of SiLi-nano®.
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