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The Free State of Bavaria (German: Freistaat Bayern) is the largest federal state in Germany with the land area of 70.552 km². Bavaria is very well connected to the world and offers a wide range of opportunities for the sustainable travel. The green cities provide an excellent public transport network, the hotel industry and gastronomy are encouraging the use of regional products in a very living dining atmosphere, which will satisfy every taste.

By Plane

Munich (German: München) Airport / Frankfurt Airport

The Munich Airport is the international commercial airport located northeast of Munich and less than 40 km away from the conference venue.
The Frankfurt Airport also known as Rhein- Main- Flughafen, located in Frankfurt- am-Main (Hesse) is one of the most important international airports in Europe and the largest airport in Germany. 


By train

ICE, Regional trains and S-Bahn

ICE trains run hourly from Berlin, Frankfurt/Main, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Erfurt and Dresden to Munich, for example. The public transport network in Bavaria (S-Bahn/ regional train) is very well developed.

Further Information about DB here.


By Car

Federal Highways A8 and A9

Federal highway 8 Munich – Augsburg, Ulm, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe Federal highway 9 Munich – Nuremberg, Leipzig, Berlin

Traveling to Landshut

Situated on the banks of the River Isar, Landshut is located around 60 km from Munich. The centre of Munich can be reached by train in 40 minutes and the airport is only 40 km away.

How to find us?
Bürgermeister-Zeiler-Straße 1
84036 Landshut

Bus Stop „Hochschule “
Lines X3, 3 (day trips); lines 14, 103 (evening trips)
Travel time from/to the main station (HBF) approx. 20 minutes, leaving every 30 minutes.

Bavaria traffic map
Landshut Transport
Timetable line 3 in Landshut
Evening Timetable line 103 Landshut