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International Space Science Institute (ISSI)Hallerstrasse 6
3012 Bern
Switzerland

Phone +41 31 684 48 96
Email secretary@issibern.ch

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International Space Science Institute (ISSI)
Hallerstrasse 6
3012 Bern
Switzerland
Phone  +41 31 684 48 96
Email secretary@issibern.ch

The International Space Science Institute is located in the district “Länggasse” very close to Bern main rail station. When standing on the platform, do not walk down into the station itself but rather take the stairway up at the western end of the platform called “Welle”. Follow the road walking gradually uphill on Schanzen- and Länggassstrasse. Turn right at Hallerstrasse and find the Institute on the left, street number 6. If you come by public transport “Bern Mobil” you have to take the Bus No. 20 (direction: Länggasse), and get off at the station “Universität”.

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Hallerstrasse 6
3012 Bern
Switzerland

How to get to Bern

Bern can be reached easily from the following international airports: Zurich (ZHR), Geneva (GVA), and Basel Euroairport (BSL). Direct intercity trains to Bern depart every half hour from inside the airport buildings in Zurich and Geneva. The travel time is ~1.5 hours from Zurich airport and ~2 hours from Geneva airport. For passengers coming from Basel Euroairport, there is a shuttle bus from the airport to Basel SBB railway station. Direct intercity trains to Bern depart from Basel SBB every half hour. The travel time from Basel Euroairport to Bern is ~1.5 hours. For detailed departure and arrival times please visit www.rail.ch

Bern is connected to many European cities by fast intercity trains (e.g. TGV ParisBern in 4.5 hours, ICE FrankfurtBern 4 hours, or EC Milano-Bern 3,5 hours). Timetable information of trains within and around Switzerland can also be found at www.rail.ch

Image: Switzerland, Copernicus Sentinel data (2016), processed by GeoVille