Located at the river Rhine, Düsseldorf is the capital city of the German Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia with a population of around 600,000. Its history dates back to 1135. Renowned for its cultural  events, theatres and museums, its trade and fashion fairs, and its international airport, Düsseldorf is one of the most important culture and business centers in Germany.

Conference venue

The TIM 2018 Bridging the Worlds will be held at the Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany, from 12th to 14th March 2018. The venue is the building 23.01 (marked in the map).

Lecture Hall 3D
Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Building 23.01
Universitätsstraße 1
40225 Düsseldorf Germany

Travel information

Arriving by public transport

Travel information

The university campus is a small town within a town which is why it has many stops for buses and trams. We suggest using the Rheinbahn's timetable to find the quickest way to reach your goal.

Arriving by plane

Düsseldorf Rhine-Ruhr airport is one of the biggest in Europe. There is a good connection to the main station by city train (S-Bahn line S1 from station "Düsseldorf Flughafen Bahnhof", or line S11 from station "Düsseldorf Flughafen Terminal S") and from there to the university by underground train or tram.

The international airports of Frankfurt/Main and Amsterdam Schiphol can be reached by train from Düsseldorf in 1 1/2 and 2 1/2 hours, respectively.

Arriving by train

Düsseldorf main station is connected to all international long-distance train routes.

Underground train: From “Düsseldorf main station” take underground train U79 (direction “Universität”). The final stop is “Universität-Ost/Botanischer Garten”. Travel time is around 10 minutes.

Tram: During Sunday line U79 is not operating. Instead take tram line 704 departing in front of the main station (Konrad-Adenauer-Platz) to ”Universität-Ost/Botanischer Garten” (final stop). Travel time is around 20 minutes.

From the station “Heinrich-Heine-Allee” in the center of Düsseldorf (Altstadt, downtown) take tram line U73 to the station ”Universität-Ost/Botanischer Garten” (final stop). Travel time is around 15 minutes.

Arriving by bus
The university is on the route of the following buses: 735, 827, 835 and 836. The closest stations to the conference location are “Universität Mensa” (lines 735 and 827), as well as “Universität Mitte” (lines 835 and 836).

Arriving by car

General travel information

Parking within designated parking areas of HHU is free of charge. Please note that all parking offenders on univesity premises will be towed away.

from the East

The university is best reached from Hildener Kreuz (Hilden junction) (A 3 / A 46) via Düsseldorf-Süd junction (Düsseldorf south) (A 46). Leave the A 46 in the tunnel (exit Zentrum / Universität = centre / university). Turn left at the first traffic lights into Universitätsstrasse (sign "Universität") which runs through the campus. Shortly before station "Universität Süd" turn left (sign "Botanischer Garten/Naturwissenschaften"); free parking is available at parking space P2 (on the left hand side).

from the West

The university is best reached from Neuss-Süd junction where the A 46 and A 57 merge. After the Fleher Rhine bridge take the exit Bilk / Zentrum / Hafen / Benrath (Bilk / centre / harbour / Benrath). Stay in the right-hand lane and follow the signs to Benrath / Universität (Benrath / university). At station "Universität Süd" turn right (sign "Botanischer Garten/Naturwissenschaften"); free parkingis available at parking space P2 (on the left hand side).

from the city centre

The university is best reached via Corneliusstraße, then Witzelstraße (follow the signs for the A46 and Wuppertal), and then turn right into Universitätsstrasse. Here you will find somewhere to park.  
Please note that all parking offenders on university premises will be towed away.

Information for disabled visitors

You can find information about disabled parking and a map in these guidelines from the disability officer.

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