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How to get to Leverkusen

When coming to Bayer, please report to the Chempark Leverkusen Visitor Reception Center located at the eastern end of the Carl Duisberg Park on Kaiser-Wilhelm-Allee. Follow the signs for “Chempark, Zentraler Besucherempfang.” There is plenty of parking available at the Center, and this is also where you will receive your visitor ID card. A shuttle bus will then take you to the building.
 
The address of the Visitor Reception Center is as follows:
 
CHEMPARK Leverkusen
Zentraler Besucherempfang
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Allee
D-51368 Leverkusen
Phone: ++49 214 30-40126

Arriving by train and bus

Chempark Leverkusen can be easily reached using public transportation.

From Cologne Main Station:
Take the S-Bahn (local train) S 6 toward Essen to either the Leverkusen-Mitte or Leverkusen Chempark station.

From the Düsseldorf Main Station:
Take the S-Bahn (local train) S 6 toward Cologne to either the Leverkusen-Mitte or Leverkusen Chempark station.  

The S 6 runs approximately every 20 minutes during the week, and every half hour on the weekend.
 
From Leverkusen-Mitte or Leverkusen Chempark, continue with any of the buses 201/233/255 toward Chempark. The bus runs every 10 minutes during the week, every half hour on Saturdays and once an hour on Sundays.

Arriving by plane

The nearest airports to Leverkusen are Cologne/Bonn (approx. 60 minutes) and Düsseldorf (approx. 90 minutes away).

From Cologne/Bonn Airport
Take the S-Bahn (local train) S 13 to Cologne Main Station. Then take the S 6 toward Essen to either the Leverkusen-Mitte or Leverkusen Chempark station. 
 
From Düsseldorf Airport:
Take the S-Bahn (local train) S 7 to Düsseldorf Main Station. Then take the S 6 toward Cologne to either Leverkusen-Mitte or Leverkusen Chempark.

The local train runs approximately every 20 minutes during the week, and every half hour on the weekend.

From Leverkusen-Mitte or Leverkusen Chempark, continue with any of the buses 201/233/255 toward Chempark. The bus runs every 10 minutes during the week, every half hour on Saturdays and once an hour on Sundays.

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