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  • Fliednerstraße 21

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      By car

      Coming from the west/north of Münster:
      From the A1, take the exit Münster-Nord. Follow B 54 - Steinfurterstraße and the signs to Münster for about 4 kilometers. At the crossroads of Steinfurterstraße, Yorkring and Orléansring turn right onto Orléansring and follow this street. At Coesfelder Kreuz turn right at onto Von-Esmarch-Straße. Fliednerstraße is the second street on the left.

      Coming from the south of Münster:
      From Autobahn A1/A43 take the exit Münster-Süd. This will lead you straight onto Weseler Straße. Follow Weseler Straße for about 2 kilometers. At the junction of Weseler Straße and Kolde-Ring turn left onto Kolde-Ring. Follow this street for about 2,5 kilometers and keep following it even while it changes its name to Kardinal-von-Galen-Ring and Rishon-le-Zion-Ring. You will need to turn left from Rishon-le-Zion-Ring onto Von-Esmarch-Straße and then take the second left onto Fliednerstraße.

      Coming from the east of Münster:
      Coming from the east of Münster, you will most likely be entering Münster via one of two feeder roads called either L 793 (also called Wolbeckerstraße) or L 843 (or Warendorferstraße). Watch out for the signs to the state road B 51 (= Umgehungsstraße). Take the B 51 towards the south (in the direction of Recklinghausen, Bochum, Dortmund or Autobahn 1, Autobahn 43). Follow the B 51 and take the exit to Albachten, Mecklenbeck and Münster-Süd (it is the last exit before the entrance to Autobahn 43). This exit leads to a feeder road called B 219 or Weselerstraße. Follow Weselerstraße for about 2 kilometers. At the junction of Weselerstraße and Koldering, turn left onto Kodering and follow this street for about 2,5 kilometers while it changes its name to Kardinal-von-Galen-Ring and Rishon-le-Zion-Ring. From the Rishon-le-Zion-Ring turn left onto Von-Esmarch-Straße and, then, take the second left turn onto Fliednerstraße.

      Please note: If you need to park your car and you don't own a WWU parking pass, you can use the car park Coesfelder Kreuz. Directions can be found below!

      By taxi

      Instruct the taxi driver to take you to Fliednerstraße 21. It might be helpful to mention that this is the direction of Gievenbeck/Coesfelder Kreuz and that the Psychology bulding/Fliednerstraße is near Mensa 2 am Ring.

      By bus

      At the main entrance of Münster's central train station you will find buses at Bstg. B1 (lines 1, 5, 12, 13) or C1 (line 11, 22).

      With Bus 5 (in the direction: Hannaschweg), Bus 11 (direction: Diecksmannweg) and Bus 22 (direction: Heekweg) you will travel until the stop called “Schreiberstraße”. Get off of the bus here, immediately cross the street (Von-Esmarch-Straße) and turn onto Fliednerstraße: the Psychology Building will be just in front of you after about 300 meters
      Alternatively, you can also take Bus 1 (direction Roxel Hallenbad ) or Bus 12 (direction of Rüschhausweg) to get to the psychology building. In this case, you get off the bus at the busstop which is called “Universitätsklinikum”. Cross the main street (Albert-Schweitzer-Straße), and take one of the foot paths that lead to the back entrances of the Psychology bulding (Fliednerstraße 21).
      Some other buses, e.g., Bus 13 (direction: Technologiepark) also stop at "P + R /Coesfelder Kreuz" (near Mensa am Ring II). From here, you must walk about 3 minutes along Von-Esmarch-Straße passing Mensa II (see map) for approximately 600 meters and turn left at the second junction onto Fliednerstraße.

      All busses stop at and depart from the main station (at the train station). The travel time is about 25 minutes.

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