Public Transportation

The symposium venue as well as most highlights of the city are most easy to reach by public transportation. You may look up connections on the website of the public transportation provider HVV.

From Hamburg Airport:
If you arrive by plane, take the S 1 train that leaves right from the terminal at Hamburg Airport station and change at Hauptbahnhof station (all trains leaving Hamburg Airport stop at Hauptbahnhof station, the ride takes about 24 minues). From there, take the S 21 train in direction of Elbgaustra├če or Sternschanze (Messe) to the next stop Dammtor station (the ride takes about 3 minutes). Exit Dammtor station at Theodor-Heuss-Platz exit and cross the street ahead of you.

The symposium will be hosted at the main building of the University of Hamburg (Lecture Hall H, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, 20146 Hamburg) on Friday and at the GEW office in the Curio Haus (Rothenbaumchaussee 15, 20148 Hamburg) on Saturday. These venues can best be reached by a five minute walk along Edmund-Siemers-Allee, respectively a ten minute walk along Rothenbaumchaussee, starting from Hamburg Dammtor station.

From Hamburg Hauptbahnhof:
If you arrive by train at Hamburg Hauptbahnhof station, take the S 21 train that leaves right from Hamburg Hauptbahnhof station to the next stop Dammtor station (the ride takes about 3 minutes). Please consider that some long distance trains additionally stop at Hamburg Dammtor station, so you might not even have to change at Hamburg Hauptbahnhof station. Exit Dammtor station at Theodor-Heuss-Platz exit and cross the street ahead of you.

The symposium will be hosted at the main building of the University of Hamburg (Lecture Hall H, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, 20146 Hamburg) on Friday and at the GEW office in the Curio Haus (Rothenbaumchaussee 15, 20148 Hamburg) on Saturday. These venues can best be reached by a five minute walk along Edmund-Siemers-Allee, respectively a ten minute walk along Rothenbaumchaussee, starting from Hamburg Dammtor station.