How to reach Tübingen



Arrival by airplane

The closest international airport is Stuttgart with connections to the most European countries and the US. The journey from the airport to Tübingen takes about 30 minutes by taxi and will cost you about 75 €. Please keep in mind that Uber or similar services are not available in Germany for legal reasons. We recommend the bus lines 826 and 828 that will bring you directly to Tübingen within one hour for 7 €. The departure is in front of the terminal. Please keep in mind that you need to pay the ticket in cash.


If coming from overseas you might fly to Frankfurt and you can reach Tübingen within three hours by train. You can buy the tickets in advance at the website of the Deutsche Bahn or directely at the airline.

Arrival by train

Tübingen main station is located just a few minutes from the town-center and it will take you just some minutes to the venue.

Arrival by car

Tübingen can be reached from the motorways A 8 and A 81.

Coming from the North, motorway A8: Please take the exit “Tübingen/Reutlingen“ and merge onto the B27 towards Tübingen. Arriving at Tübingen, please follow the signs towards „Zentrum“.

Coming from the South, motorway A81: Please take the exit “Rottenburg”, heading towards Tübingen. After 4 km turn left two times towards “Wurmlingen/Tübingen/Reutlingen” and follow the signs towards “Tübingen West/Unterjesingen”.

Tübingen by Bus

The network of busses in Tübingen is rather dense and very convenient. Many lines start or end at the train station. Many lines pass the Kupferbau. The best stops to get off the bus are “Gmelinstraße”, “Hölderlinstraße” or “Uni/Neue Aula”.

You will find a ticket for all conference days in your bag.

Further information and time tables / schedules can be found here.

The bus network can be downloaded directly form here.

On Saturdays the busses are free to use.


Visa Application

Everyone entering Germany must have a valid passport, or in the case of European Union Member States, a national identity card. Visas are required for some countries. Delegates should check with their local German representation.

Please note that it can take up to 3 weeks to process a visa application and early application is recommended. The conference organizers cannot accept any responsibility for visa applications. Where a delegate is unable to attend because of failure to obtain a visa on time, the normal cancellation policy for registration fee will apply. If you need to apply for a visa and need a formal invitation letter contact

Please note the German Embassy will only accept a visa letter if it states that the delegate has registered for the congress and has paid their registration fee in full. The delegate will also need to request a letter from their respective hotel confirming the address that they will be staying at during the conference days. The German Embassy will usually only accept original letters from us so please allow enough time for us to post the visa letter to you.

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