By train: Basel SBB: Trams stop in front of the station. Take tram 2 from platform 3 (direction "Eglisee"). Trams leave every 5 minutes. Get off at the stop "Gewerbeschule" at Mattenstrasse. Cross the tram tracks and follow Mattenstrasse for about 200 m, then turn right into Maulbeerstrasse. You will find the FMI about 150 m along Maulbeerstrasse on the right. Basel Badischer Bahnhof: The FMI is a short distance from the front entrance of this railway station. Cross the main road "Schwarzwaldallee" using the pedestrian subway, which is to you left as you exit the station building. On leaving the subway on the other side of the road continue straight ahead for 150 m then turn left into Maulbeerstrasse. The FMI is about 100 m down the street on the left.
By car: There is no parking space at the FMI entrance area on Maulbeerstrasse. Limited parking is available on the adjacent Rosental site. Please reach out to your FMI host to arrange parking. Enter the Rosental site at gate 1047 on Mattenstrasse. Register at the gate office. You will receive an ID badge and a parking card. Park the car on the parking spaces around the FMI (building 1066) and leave the parking card behind the windshield.
By airplane: EuroAirport Basel/Mulhouse/Freiburg: Leave the baggage claim hall by the Swiss exit! Bus: Take bus 50 to the Swiss/French railway station (SBB/SNCF). Buses leave every 15 minutes (more frequent at peak times). From the railway station, take tram 1 or 2 from platform 3 (direction "Bad. Bahnhof"). Trams leave every 5 minutes. Get off at the stop "Gewerbeschule" at Mattenstrasse. Cross the tram tracks and follow Mattenstrasse for about 200 m, then turn right into Maulbeerstrasse. You will find the FMI about 150 m along Maulbeerstrasse on the right. Taxi: The FMI is a short ride from the airport by taxi.
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