The workshop will be held at Heinrich-Heine University’s ‘Haus der Universität’, a renovated city palace built in the 19th century, located in the heart of Düsseldorf:
To get here using the tube, either exit at “Heinrich-Heine-Allee” or at “Schadowstraße”, than walk for about three minutes. If you take the bus, also exist at “Heinrich-Heine-Allee”.
All speakers need to organise their own accommodation. However, a limited number of places for couch surfing provided by local students are available for free. These places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so please contact us ASAP if you wish to couch-surf.
Since the conference venue is located in the centre of Düsseldorf, a large number of solid hotels in all price categories close to the venue is available. Some are listed below:
A nice 3*** hotel close to the city centre: About 13 minutes walking distance to the HdU or 10 taking the tube.
A recently opened youth hotel located in the top floors of a skyscraper in Düsseldorf Wehrhahn. About 12 minutes walking distance to the HdU, or 5 minutes taking the tube.
Another nice hotel targeted at younger guests. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to the HdU or 10 minutes using the tube.
A hostel offering cheap but solid single or double, as well as shared rooms. About 16 minutes walking distance to the HdU or 11 minutes using the tube.
Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) is Germany’s third largest airport. Many international airlines operate from here, including some low-cost ones. If you arrive here, take the city train S11 to get to the city’s central station in about 11 minutes.
Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) is another large airport close to Düsseldorf. Many low-cost airlines operate from here. If you arrive here, the easiest way to get to Düsseldorf is the regional train RE6 which takes about one hour.
There is also Weeze Airport (NRN), a small airport used exclusively by some low-cost airlines. Although the airport is sometimes also called ‘Düsseldorf Weeze’ it is located relatively far from the city: If you arrive here, you first have to take the Bus to Kevelaer station and then the train to Düsseldorf which takes 1,5 hours.
Düsseldorf Central Station is serviced by national and international trains. Check the website of the Deutsche Bahn for connections. The station is located in walking distance of the city centre.
In the city centre, you can get around by walking just fine as everything is located rather close to each other. However, if you want to go further than the centre or you are tired, there are overground and underground trains operated by the Rheinbahn.
Of course, taxis are also available. Please note that services such as Uber are not allowed to operate in Germany.