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International Conference on Immunology, Immunodeficiency and Immunotherapy

Travel

Special Train Ticket Arrangements with Deutsche Bahn

Good for our environment. Comfortable for you.

Travel to International Immunology Conference 2018 from only € 99,-  

With the special arrangement from Deutsche Bahn (German Railways) you travel relaxed and safe from any German railway station to Freiburg. By using the train you help our environment and make a contribution to climate protection.

The fare for your return ticket* to the conference is:

2. class:  99,- Euro (not flexible, you can only travel on the train you reserved on) / 139,- Euro (flex ticket valid on any train)
1. class:  159,- Euro (not flexible, you can only travel on the train you reserved on) / 199,- Euro (flex ticket valid on any train)

How to reach the "Forum Merzhausen" - Merzhausen, Freiburg

... by Airplane: Freiburg is located in the middle of a dense network of international airports. The nearest international airport, EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg, is only 40 minutes away from Freiburg. Direct connection to Freiburg is provided by the Airport Bus or public transport with transfer in Basel. Frankfurt, one of Europe's largest hubs is only a two hour train ride or car drive away. Trains leave from the airport's long distance train station  to Freiburg at least once every hour.

... by Car: Over the motorway A-5 Frankfurt-Karlsruhe-Basel; exit "Freiburg Mitte". Then on B31a to Merzhausen. Please follow the traffic direction system towards "Forum Merzhausen"

... by Train: Freiburg is located on the ICE/Intercity route Frankfurt-Karlsruhe-Freiburg-Basel. Twice an hour, trains from allover Germany or from Switzerland (Zurich/Basel) stop at Freiburg's main train station. From here, you can reach the "Forum Merzhausen" with Freiburg's public transport (tram)

Registration & Abstract Submission

For registration and abstract submission follow this LINK

Deadline Abstract Submission

April 20, 2018

Organizing Committee:

Prof. Dr. Stephan Ehl
Prof. Dr. Toni Cathomen
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schamel