Upon arrival into Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport - website
The airport is 8 km or 25-40 minutes by car from the Conference venue and hotels in the city centre of Hamburg. There will be a conference welcome desk situated in Terminal 1, the international flight arrivals hall, to help you use the conference shuttle buses and any other information they can help you with.
- Shuttle busses provided by the Conference on arrival and departure
Shuttle buses will take delegates from outside the international arrivals hall to the Conference hotels at regular intervals on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 March. On Saturday 01 and Sunday 02 April shuttle buses will take delegates from the Conference venue to the airport.
- City busses
Any delegates who chose not to use the Conference shuttle bus service can use the airport express bus ‘HVV - Airport-Express busline 110’ which links the airport to the city centre, Conference venue and hotels. The bus stop is at Terminals 1 and 4, buses depart every 10 minutes and the fare is 2Euros. You can stop at the central train station (Hauptbahnhof) in the city centre and from there, take the metro train S 1 or S 11 to Dammtor train station (1 stop from the central train station) which is adjacent to the Conference venue.
Taxis are available in front of Terminals 1 and 4. The taxi trip from the airport to the Conference venue takes between 25 and 40 minutes and the fare is approximaterly 20 Euro. Taxi Hamburg: +49 40 66 66 66. Taxi Hansafunk: +49 40 21 12 11
Upon arrival into Hamburg by train
Hamburg is easily accessible by train with four train stations linking different parts of the city in addition to the central train station (Hauptbahnhof), these being Altona, Dammtor, Bergedorf and Harburg. Both InterCity (IC) and InterCityExpress (ICE) trains stop at all five stations. Dammtor station is located adjacent to the Conference venue, the University of Hamburg. For more information on travel by train please consult the German railways website.
Getting around Hamburg
Mobility without a car is not a problem in Hamburg. The Hamburg Transport Authority (known as the HVV) will transport you quickly and comfortably to virtually any place in the city and its surroundings aboard its buses, underground trains (U-Bahn), metro trains (S-Bahn) and night buses. For more information on public transport in Hamburg including timetables please consult the HVV website.