Venue & How to Get There
The conference will take place in the main building of the Institute of Geography, University of Bamberg. The address of the conference location is: University of Bamberg, Institute of Geography, Am Kranen 12, 96047 Bamberg, Germany. See the map below.
How to Get There
While Bamberg itself does not have an airport, there are three airports around Bamberg that can be reached within three hours.
Arrival at Frankfurt
Depending on the terminal you arrive at, you need to find the train station Frankfurt Flughafen, which is serviced by Deutsche Bahn (DB). There you can take get your ticket for the entire journey from the ticket machines operated by DB.
To get to Bamberg, you will have to change at Würzburg and depending on your connection, you either get a train from the airport to Würzburg or you need to change again at Frankfurt main train station. At Würzburg, you will then take a regional train to Bamberg.
Depending on whether or not you have to change at Frankfurt main station, the journey to Bamberg takes between 2h 30 mins and 3h.
Arrival at Munich
You need to take an S-Bahn first to get to Munich main train station.
The S-Bahn stop at Munich airport is located in front of the terminals (ca. 5 mins on foot). Trains go approximately every 15 mins. When you arrive at München Hauptbahnhof (main train station), you can either take a direct train to Bamberg or you need to change at Nuremberg, depending on the connection.
Ticktes for going to Bamberg can already be purchased at Munich ariport. At the ticket machines provided by DB (Deutsche Bahn) you can get a ticket for the entire journey.
Depending on the train connection at Munich main train station, you will take between 2h 45mins and 3h 30mins to get to Bamberg.
Arrival at Nuremberg
You need to look for the U-Bahn, the Nuremberg underground. On a workday, trains leave approximately every 10 mins and you need to take a train to Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof (main train station). There, you take any regional train to Bamberg.
Tickets for going to Bamberg can already be purchased at Nurembger airport. At the ticket machines provided by VAG or VGN you can get a ticket to Bamberg and need not buy another one at the main train station. Please note that with such a ticket, you can only use regional trains, no IC or ICE trains.
Since the public busses are also operated by this company, you can even get a ticket to the bus stop closest to your hotel and get the ticket already at Nuremberg airport. Please check their website for more information.
In total, you will take approx. 90 mins to get to Bamberg from Nuremberg airport.
To get to Bamberg by train, travellers often have to change either at Würzburg or at Nuremberg and take the last hour of their journey on a regional train.
To plan your journey by train, please check the website of the German rail company, Deutsche Bahn. Once you arrive at Bamberg train station, you can either walk to your hotel or take a taxi or take one of the public busses operated by VAG/VGN. Please check their website to find out more about bus connections.
If you travel by car coming from the north or the south, you need to follow the autobahn A73 and leave at exit Bamberg Ost.
If you travel from the east or the west, please follow autobahn A70 and leave at exit Bamberg.
Busses in Bamberg
To travel around in Bamberg, you can either buy day tickets or tickets for individual journeys.
The website of the bus company in Bamberg (VAG) helps you plan your journey from one point to another. You could also take a bus tour of Bamberg with bus number 910.
The organizers provide small refreshment during the coffee breaks and light snacks during the social events. Lunch and dinner are not included, every participant has to manage these for her/himself at her/his own expenses. There is a plenty of bistros and restaurants in the vicinity of the venue that offer snacks, hot meals and lunch menus.
An Introduction to the University of Bamberg in Seven Chapters
- Answering Ancient Questions Using Modern Methods
- Academic Support and Real-World Education
- Internationality As A Way Of Life - Open-Minded And Open To The World
- High-Tech Resources, Service and Individual Support
- A Commitment to Social Responsibility
- Regionally Rooted - Partners and Networks
- University and City - Two Habitats in Harmony
- Open Access