Braunschweig is the largest city between Berlin and Hanover. It is easy to get there by car, train, long-distance bus and from the nearest airports. Within Braunschweig, you can easily get to TU Braunschweig's campuses using the local public transport buses and trams.
The central campus of TU Braunschweig is about 15 minutes' walk from the city centre. Here you will find the old TU Braunschweig building, most of the lecture halls and seminar rooms, the university library as well as the central refectory and the administration building.
The nearest international airport to Braunschweig is Hannover. You will need about one hour to get from Hannover to Braunschweig. There are direct trains from Hannover Airport to the main station. From there the train connections to Braunschweig run every 30 minutes. If you have a lot of luggage or your flight lands at Hannover late in the evening, you can book a shuttle to Braunschweig. The airport shuttle will collect you at the airport and take you to any address in Braunschweig, but the costs ( from 78 euros) are very high compared to the train.
Braunschweig main station is served by well over 200 trains every day. It is an ICE and IC station as well as a regional transport hub. From Braunschweig main station and bus station, the journey time by bus or tram to TU Braunschweig's central campus is about 15 minutes. Tickets are also available on the buses and trams. A taxi ride from the main station to the central campus costs about 12 euros.
Braunschweig is a bicycle-friendly city. From all parts of the city, the central campus can be reached by bike in less than 30 minutes. The cycle network is well developed with numerous paths through green spaces, cycle lanes and independent cycle paths. An overview is provided by the city of Braunschweig's cycling map.