The conference will take place in Innsbruck, Austria, which is located in the heart of the Alps and in the center of Europe. It is easily accessible by plane, train or car.
Innsbruck has an international airport, which is located just outside of the city, and only 3 km from the conference venue. There are five direct daily flights from Vienna and four direct daily flights from Frankfurt which connect to all major cities in Europe. There are also direct flights from Berlin with easyJet five times a week. From the airport, bus F will take you to the city center in about 10 min. It runs every 15 min from Monday to Saturday and every 30 min on Sundays. You may also take a taxi which costs around 12 Euros.
Innsbruck’s major train station is Innsbruck Hbf, which is only 1.5 km from the conference venue. There are hourly trains from Germany and Switzerland with direct service from Munich and Zürich. You may also check the Austrian Federal Railways website for special fares.
From Munich, you can reach Innsbruck via Kufstein, taking the high way A12, or via Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the Fernpass. Depending on traffic, both routes will take about 2 hours. Be aware that you need a vignette if you want to drive on the high way in Austria (9.4 Euros for a 10-day-vignette).
The conference will take place at the Center for Chemistry and Biomedicine (CCB), University of Innsbruck.
Address: CCB, Innrain 82, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
To reach the venue from the city center, you can either walk, which takes about 15 min, or you can take bus M or bus C and get off at the stop Chemieinstitut.