Getting there

The conference takes place in the hotel Campus Lounge which is located close by the university campus. Street address and phone number:

Hotel Campus Lounge
Mersinweg 2,
33100 Paderborn
+49 5251 89207-0






Air Travel

Fly into Paderborn directly

Paderborn has its own local airport Paderborn/Lippstadt (code: PAD), which is connected by Lufthansa via Munich. It also has direct connections to Stanstead and a few places in the Mediterranean. If you can get a cheap flight to PAD, it is quite convenient. From the airport Paderborn/Lippstadt you can:
  • rent a car
  • take a taxi (approx. EUR 25)
  • take a bus, line 400 or 460, provided by bbh to Paderborn "Hauptbahnhof" (main station).


Fly into Düsseldorf (DUS)

Düsseldorf airport (code: DUS) is the nearest large airport (third largest in Germany after Frankfurt and Munich). It is well connected at quite reasonable rates. At Düsseldorf airport, you take the "Skytrain" (monorail shuttle between terminal building and station) to get to the railway station. From there, take a train to Paderborn Hauptbahnhof (main station). The train ride is between 1:55 hours and 2:10 depending on the connection. About half the trains are direct trains; for the other half, you have to change trains in Hamm/Westfalen.

Other airports

Sometimes (very rarely), it can be cheaper or more convenient to fly into Dortmund (DTM), Hannover (HAJ), or Cologne (CGN). From all these airports, there are train connections (Dortmund: about 1:30 hour, Hannover: about 2 hours, Cologne: about three hours).

By train

To get to the Paderborn main station, you can find train travel information at Deutsche Bahn. From the main station (Hauptbahnhof), use a taxi to the hotels or the meeting venue. You could also use bus number 4 or 9 towards Paderborn-Dahl / Paderborn-Lieth and get out at Uni/Südring. A taxi ride should be around 10 €.

By car

Use the motorway A33 to exit Paderborn-Zentrum. Follow the signs Universität Paderborn. Street address: Hotel Campus Lounge Mersinweg 2, 33100 Paderborn.


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