You can get to Osnabrück via the motorways A30 Amsterdam – Bad Oeynhausen, A33 Diepholz – Bielefeld and A1 Hamburg – Dortmund.
Good air quality is our main concern. Since 2010 the Green Zone applies to Osnabrück and 51 other cities in Germany. It means that only vehicles with a green sticker on their licence get access to the city.
Special permits may be refunded without problems.
The historic railway station lies within 10 minutes from the city centre. Running north-south, the InterCity trains from Hamburg-Basel stop in Osnabrück, running east-west the trains between Amsterdam and Berlin stop at the station. Regional trains such as the WestfalenBahn and the NordWestBahn connect Osnabrück with the region and guarantee easy access to Osnabrück.
The International Airport Münster/Osnabrück (FMO) is only a 30 minutes' drive away. An express bus operates regularly. At the airport you have access to a network of national and international flights.
Osnabrück has a fully developed public transport network. All bus services travel via the Neumarkt. The Central Ticket Office can provide you with information regarding time-tables and fares. You can get a Day-ticket for 5,40 € and take the night busses. Further Information at the Mobilitätszentrum.
Osnabrück has 5.500 parking spaces to offer. A modern car-park routing system takes you from the access roads to a parking space in one of the 22 car-park garages or ground-level parking areas.
All parking areas are located near the city centre.
Explore Osnabrück on a bike. Cyclists can rely on the extensive cycling path network within the city and experience the beautiful countryside on well-developed bicycle tracks.
Rent a bike to get around – look for the Radstation at the central train station.
Phone: + 49 (0)541 259131