Getting There & Services


Bucerius Law School


Bucerius Law School
Hochschule für Rechtswissenschaft gGmbH

Jungiusstraße 6
20355 Hamburg

Bucerius Law School is the first private law school in Germany with a doctoral and postdoctoral program. It was founded in 2000 by the foundation ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius. Bucerius Law School is state-recognized and is accredited by the German Council of Science and Humanities.Bucerius Law School is located in downtown Hamburg, right next to the urban park “Planten un Blomen.” It is easily accessible by public transport.The ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius acquired the building in 1999 from the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and redesigned it, in accordance with historic building codes, to adapt to the requirements of a modern university. More information about Bucerius Law School



Within Hamburg

By car, bus or subway U1 (visit for train and bus connections), get to Stephansplatz. From there, follow Gorch-Fock-Wall until you reach the first intersection. Turn right onto Jungiusstraße. Bucerius Law School is located on the right hand side.

By train

Travel to Dammtor rail station and make your way to the exit marked  Dag-Hammarskjöld-Platz/CCH/Messe. On your left, take the pedestrian bridge toward Stephansplatz. You will pass by an entrance to the subway (U-Bahn) as well as a memorial sculpture. When you reach the intersection, turn right onto the street  Gorch-Fock-Wall  and  follow it to the next intersection. Make a right onto Jungiusstraße. The main entrance to the Law School will be on your right at the end of Jungiusstraße.

An  alternative  route  through  the  park  Planten  un  Blomen  is detailed at

Due to construction, access via Marseiller Straße will not be possible before the end of 2019

By airplane

From the airport, take the train-tramway line S1 and get off at central station (Hauptbahnhof). From there, get onto S11, S21 or S31 (on the other side of the same platform) to get to Dammtorbahnhof. Alternatively, you can take S1 to station Ohlsdorf, from where you would have to take U1 and get off at Stephansplatz. (Either route will take approximately 40 minutes, including the walking). A taxi from the airport to Bucerius Law School takes roughly 30 minutes and costs about €20.

Bucerius Law School has no public parking. However, the CCH (Congress Center Hamburg), in the immediate vicinity, has an public underground parking garage. The entrances to that parking garage are located on Marseiller Straße and at Dammtordamm. In addition, ample parking is available in the car park Messe-Ost.

Übersee-Club Hamburg


Der Übersee-CLub e.V.

Neuer Jungfernstieg 19
20354 Hamburg

Founded to promote “the position of Hamburg in the world,” the Club has always been, to this day, one of the key venues of our Hanseatic city where outstanding minds from business, politics, culture and science meet.

Since its founding in 1922 by Max M. Warburg in Hamburg, it has become synonymous with cosmopolitanism and internationalism. As a platform for encounters between business, politics and science, it is remains dedicated to the pressing issues of our time even today.

Since 1969, the Club is housed on the Neuer Jungfernstieg 19, along the Inner Alster Lake, in the listed Amsinck Palace. The Übersee-Club is today regarded as an influential forum for economic and political issues.

More information about the Übersee-Club Hamburg e.V.

From highway A7

Drive through the Elbtunnel and take the exit for Stellingen. Following the signs to downtown and crossing Eimsbüttler Marktplatz, stay on Fruchtallee. Its name changes a number of times (e.g. “An der Verbindungsbahn”). Stay on this road until its name has changed to Alsterglacis, which is right after you’ve passed Dammtorbahnhof. Then turn right onto Neuer Jungfernstieg. The house of the

Übersee-Club is located in front of the Berenberg Bank.

Coming from the south

Take highway A1 across the various bridges of the Elbe river into Hamburg. Follow the signs towards the city center. Then, by way of Route 4 (Amsinckstraße), follow the signs for Hauptbahnhof. Staying on that road, cross the bridge Lombardsbrücke. At the first light, turn left onto Neue Jungfernstieg until you reach the Berenberg Bank.

The Übersee-Club is located in front of the bank.

Overview of public parking garages:

  • Casino Esplanade, next to UCI Kino (entrance: Dammtorstraße)
  • Parkhaus Gänsemarkt Garage (entrance: Welckerstraße + Dammtorwall)
  • Neue ABC-Straße (entrance: Gänsemarkt, ABC-Straße)
  • Hanse Viertel (entrance: Hohe Bleichen)
  • Bleichenhof-Garage

Overview of public car parks as PDF.

Hotel recommendations


InterCityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe

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Telephone +49 40 600014-0
Telefax +49 40 600014-200

Email: hamburg-dammtor(at)

Parking available.


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Telephone +49 40 35-020
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Telephone +49 40 432187-0
Telefax +49 40 432187-499

Email: hamburg(at)

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Tel.: +49 (0)40 35906-0
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Fax:  +49 (0)40 3505 1777


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Fax: +49 (0)40 44 18 2-888

Email: reservierung(at)