If you are travelling from outside of Hamburg, please alight the train at Hamburg-Dammtor station (not the main station “Hauptbahnhof”). If your train only goes to Hamburg main station (Hauptbahnhof), please take the S-Bahn line 1 (S11, S21, S31) from the underground platform (direction Blankenese, Elbgaustraße or Altona) to Dammtor station. It is just one stop.
From there, you take a 5 minute walk to the main building of the Universität Hamburg (conference location). The main building is located close to the station Hamburg-Dammtor.
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By S-Bahn from the Airport
First, take the S-Bahn line S1 directly from the airport terminal to the main station. Then change to either the S-Bahn lines S11, S21 or S31 (direction Blankenese, Elbgaustraße or Altona) and alight at the Dammtor station.
From there, you take a maximum 5-minute walk to the main building of the Universität Hamburg.
By Taxi from the Airport
There is a taxi queue in front of the airport terminals. The journey by taxi to the university campus takes just 40 minutes.
Unfortunately, there is no parking available at the university. That is why we recommend you use public transport whenever possible. We have however listed the best ways to get from the motorway to the venue here.
It is possible to use the Hotel Grand Elysée or Congress Centrum Hamburg (CCH) car parks. The car parks are subject to a parking fee (subject to availability). Both car parks are about a ten-minute walk away from the venue. Please note that CCH is currently under construction. Therefore, parking is currently limited.
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