How to come to the Asien-Afrika-Institut
The Asien-Afrika-Institut of the Universität Hamburg is centrally located with easy transport links for fast and reliable travel. It is at the centre of Hamburg in the quarter Rotherbaum, right next to the main line train station Dammtor, next to the Congress Centrum Hamburg (CCH) and at the edge of "Planten un Blomen" park.
The Abt. für Kultur und Geschichte Indiens und Tibets is situated at: Alsterterrasse 1
City-map of Hamburg
Hamburg Airport serves 114 destinations worldwide, with direct links to 52 European cities. It is located in the North of the city, with easy connections by airport buses, scheduled buses and taxis. Travel time from the airport to the Asien-Afrika-Institut is about 20-30 minutes.
If you want to reach us by car please follow the signposts to the CCH. The signposts indicate the shortest route to the CCH, which has 900 parking spaces in its own underground car park. From the CCH it is only a few steps to the Asien-Afrika-Institut.
The Asien-Afrika-Institut is directly linked with the ICE, IC and Interregio network of the Deutsche Bahn, with its own Intercity main line train station, Dammtor, just a few steps away.
Timetable of the Deutsche Bahn
The Asien-Afrika-Institut is also easily accessible via public transport, linking it with the whole of the city area.
- S-Bahn: Rapid transit lines S11, S21, S31 to Hamburg Dammtor
- U-Bahn: Metro lines U1 to Stephansplatz or U2 to Gänsemarkt
- Stadtbusse: City bus lines - 4, 5 and 109 to Dammtor or 112 to Stephansplatz
- Schnellbusse: Rapid bus lines: 34 to Dammtor, 35 to Heinrich-Hertz-Turm or 36 to Stephansplatz