The participants of DEMBE2019 will enjoy one of Germany's most beautiful cities, lying at the northern starting point of the Romantic Road: Würzburg. Right in the heart of Franconia, one of Germany's biggest wine-producing areas, the city itself is set in a beautiful hilly location on the River Main and offers a wealth of history which centers around the Prince-Bishops and their two main residencies over the centuries, the Marienberg Fortress and the Würzburg Residence, the latter of which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Conference VenueThe conference takes place at Physikalisches Institut, Theodor-Boveri-Weg 1, Am Hubland. The oral presentations will be held in "Hörsaal P" which is close to the main entrance of the physics department.
Depending on your point of origin you should use the motorway A3 or A7 to get close to Würzburg. Then look for Theodor-Boveri-Weg 1, where the University's Physical Department is located. Conveniently, there are many free parking lots available.
Frankfurt Airport: Take the ICE train from Frankfurt Airport long distance train station to Würzburg central station (Hbf) (1.5h)
Nürnberg Airport: Take the U2 to Nürnberg central station (Hbf). From there, take the ICE train to Würzburg central station (Hbf) (1.5h)
Munich Airport: Take the Metro (S1 or S8) to Munich central station (Hbf). From there take the ICE train to Würzburg central station (Hbf) (3h)
Please see the travel service of Deutsche Bahn on how to get to Würzburg central station(Hbf). From there, take the bus line 14/114 or 214 to "Hubland/Mensa" or "Mathematisches Institut".
The best way to get around in the inner city of Würzburg is usually by walking or by taking the tram. Several bus lines lead to the University ("Hubland"), e.g. 10, 14, 114 and 214.