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bm|t is located directly next to the S-Finanzzen­trum of the Thuringia Devel­op­ment Bank and the State Bank of Hes­sen-Thuringia (HELABA), near the Dom and the­ater and approx­i­mately 1km from the city cen­ter.

Traveling by car

Erfurt is located near the cross­ing of the national high­ways A4 and A71 and is served by the state roads B4 and B7. Within Erfurt one should use Gothaer Platz as a nearby land­mark for ori­en­ta­tion. If com­ing from the East, South, North, or air­port, fol­low the signs for the ›Messe/EGA‹. As you enter the city and pass the Messe, MDR Broad­cast­ing Stu­dio, and EGA you will arrive at Gothaer Platz. From there you will see signs for the park­ing lot S-Finanzzen­trums. On work­days it is best to use the park­ing lot as it is dif­fi­cult to find a spot on the street. To reach bm|t it is best to exit the park­ing lot on foot using the exit ›Gork­istrasse‹.

Traveling with public transportation

Erfurt is a cen­tral train con­nec­tion point in mid­dle Ger­many and is eas­ily reached from Ham­burg, Göt­tin­gen, Berlin, Halle, Leipzig, Dres­den and Frank­furt. Begin­ning in 2017 there will also be direct trains from Würzburg and Munich. From the Erfurt main sta­tion you can eas­ily reach the finance cen­ter with the trams within 15 min­utes.

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Take the num­ber 4 tram leav­ing the main sta­tion in the direc­tion of the air­port or ›Haupt­fried­hof‹ directly to the S-Finanzzen­trum stop. From there walk back along the tracks to the main Thuringia Devel­op­ment Bank build­ing. The entrance to bm|t is located on the first floor of the build­ing directly behind the main bank build­ing.
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Alter­na­tively, you can take any train from the main sta­tion head­ing North for one stop to the ›Anger‹ sta­tion. Change here for tram­line 2, which stops directly in front of the main Thuringia Devel­op­ment Bank build­ing on ›Gork­istraße‹.

Arrival – Maps

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