[07 Apr 09]  EuroSys 2009 photos are now online at Google Picasa and Flickr.


[06 Apr 09]  Thanks to all attendees for contributing to a great EuroSys 2009 conference. It was a pleasure having you all in Nuremberg!

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The city of Nuremberg can be reached very well by airplane, by rail, and by car.

Getting to Nuremberg by Airplane

Nuremberg Airport (IATA airport code NUE) is the international airport attached to the metropolitan area of Nuremberg. Airlines connect to all major European cities, and - via Frankfurt or Munich - also to many international airports. Airlines landing in Nuremberg include

Nuremberg Airport features a dedicated subway station, which allows to get to the inner city of Nuremberg in 12 minutes, departing every 10 minutes. Therefore, the conference place and the hotels are directly in reach after the arrival by plane.

Getting to Nuremberg by Rail

Nuremberg has one of the most important railway stations in southern Germany; Nuremberg Central Station (Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof) is located at central routes both from North to South and from East to West. Deutsche Bahn has an excellent online booking portal, but you can also use the phone to arrange your trip (+49 1805 996633; phone charges apply).

From Nuremberg Central Station, you can get to the conference place or the hotels within minutes, using the Nuremberg subway.

Getting to Nuremberg by Car

Nuremberg is located at the intersection of three big German motorways (Autobahns):

  • A 9, going from Berlin to Munich (North to South)
  • A 6, going from Saarbrücken to the Czech Republic (West to East)
  • A 3, going from the Netherlands to Austria (Northwest to Southeast)

The inner city is well sign-posted on all of the motorways. However, mind that the parking situation in the inner city is not ideal if your hotel does not include a parking space.

For an overview and a complete map of the German motorways, consider the Wikipedia article "German Autobahns".

Getting Around in Nuremberg

The conference registration includes a multi-day public transport ticket.

In the city of Nuremberg, public transportation is widely available in the form of four subway lines (U-Bahn), six tramway lines (Tram, Straßenbahn), and several bus lines. As an rought summary, consider the following public transportation maps:

For further information, please visit the website of Nuremberg's public transport operator VGN.