The Hanseatic city of Bremen is the vibrant heart of north-west Germany and home of the famous Bremen Town Musicians. It’s a city where different aspects of history, tradition, science, nature and culture come together to form a fascinating whole. Simply put, Bremen is well worth discovering.

The BIBA – Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH is one of the first Institutes founded at the University of Bremen. Since 1981 the two departments here research within the field of production and logistics.

How to get there

By train/plane

You can find cabs in front of the airport and train station. However, it is certainly cheaper and often faster to take the tram.

You can reach the BIBA both from Bremen Airport (stop “Flughafen/Neuenlander Feld”) and from Bremen Central Station by tram line 6. You travel in the direction of the university to the final stop “Universität Nord” right next to the BIBA.

During the day, the trams run every 6 to 10 minutes. It takes 32 minutes to get there from the airport and 16 minutes from Bremen Central station. The tram stops at the airport and at the train station are both a maximum of 150 meters away and can be reached in just a few minutes on foot. Line 6 stops directly in front of the airport building exit and on the station forecourt at “Platform E”. You can buy tickets at the ticket machine in the tram.

BIBA address: Hochschulring 20, 28359 Bremen