Location

of the workshop

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How to get to Salzburg

By plane

Salzburg has a small international airport with direct connections to several major European airports (Frankfurt, Vienna, etc.). Alternatively, you can take a plane to Munich or Vienna airport. From there, Salzburg can be reached by train within 2 - 3 hours.

 

By train

Salzburg train station is directly connected to many cities in Austria and Germany. The websites of the Austrian and German Railway Systems are:

ÖBB

DB

VENUE OF THE CONFERENCE

The conference will take place at the "NaWi"-building of the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg.

From the train station ("Hauptbahnhof"), take Bus 3 in direction "Salzburg Süd", and get off at "Faistauergasse". Bus 3 runs about every 7-8 minutes during the day. You can find the bus schedule here:

OBUS

From "Faistauergasse" walk ahead, in direction of bus travel, until you reach the next traffic light, turn right onto "Michael-Pacher-Straße", and walk straight until you reach the large yellow building.

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