|Fon:||(+49) (+30) 2093-9639|
|Fax:||(+49) (+30) 2093-9729|
|Room:||Dorotheenstraße 24, Raum 3.306|
|Fon:||(+49) (+30) 2093 9631|
|Fax:||(+49) (+30) 2093 9729|
|Room:||Dorotheenstraße 24, 10117 Berlin, Raum 3.345|
Winter term 2017:
Monday 14:00-15:00 am
Prof. Dr. Stefan Müller
Faculty of Language Sciences
Institut für deutsche Sprache und Linguistik
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin Germany
How to find us
By feed or by bycicle
Berlin is a bicycle city. The Komoot app helps you finding really nice routes for walking and cycling.
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By public transportation
The Institut for German Language and Linguistics is reachable by bus, tram, S-Bahn and undergrund. There are tramstops of the lines M1 and M12 infront of the door (stop Universitätsstraße). The next S-Bahn/underground station is Bahnhof Friedrichstraße. Regional trains also stop there. Busses stop on the street Unter den Linden at the stop Staatsoper. Since our institute is so well-connected it is difficult to give advice as far as the best connection is concerend. It is easier to get the best connection via the BVG route planner. If you want to use your cell phone for tip planning, we suggest using the app of German Rail: DB-Navigator.
By trainThe nearest main-line station is Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Berlin Central Station). You may use the S-Bhan to Bahnhof Friedrichstraße (one stop). Regional trains also stop in Friedrichstraße.
By boatIn case you come to Berlin by boat, please get off at Friedrichstraße (Weidendamm).
By planeFor a short intermediate time Berlin has two airports: Tegel (TXL) and Schönefeld (SXF). Both are well-connected to public transport.
Schönefeld airportThe S-Bahn connection from Schönefeld Airport will take you to Bahnhof Friedrichstraße (1 hour, you have to switch trains once). The Regionalbahn of German Rail is an alternative. You do not have to switch trains and it takes 45 minutes only. You may use the same tickets you use for public transport also in the regional trains, provided you are traveling in the zones in which the tickets are valid. When you come from Schönefeld you need an ABC ticket. Area C is needed for the airport only. For the rest of Berlin AB – the city area – is sufficient.
You may use the app of German Rail (DB-Navigator) to find your optimal connection from the airport to the city. It offers you both train and public transport connections. The web-page of German Rail offers the same information.