Registering and payment
We would kindly ask you to register by using the webshop:
The conference is free of charge but registration is needed. At the webshop you can pay for lunches (DKR 50/day; EUR 7) and for the conference dinner (DKR 500, EUR 67).
If you have special allergies or very specific wishes regarding dinner and lunch, please contact Tina by mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference will take place at Sø Auditoriet, building building 1253, room 211, Vennelyst Boulevard 8, 8000 Aarhus. See location on Google Maps.
Hotels in Aarhus can be found at this address: Hotels in Aarhus
We can recommend:
Hotel Guldsmeden ☆☆☆
Hotel Villa Provence ☆☆☆☆
There are several daily flights between Aarhus Airport www.aar.dk and Copenhagen Airport. The flight Copenhagen-Aarhus takes 35 minutes. In Copenhagen, a free transit bus links the International and the domestic airport terminals.
Aarhus Airport, located 40 km north of the city, offers direct international flight connections to Oslo, Stockholm, Gothenburg and London/Stanstead.
Billund Airport www.billund-airport.dk, located 100 km south of Aarhus, has direct international flight connections to, for instance, Barcelona, Birmingham, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Faroe Islands, Gothenburg, Helsinki, London/Gatwick, London/Stanstead, Madrid, Milano, München, Oslo, Prag, Reykjavik, and Stockholm.
There is bus service to Aarhus city from both airports. Travel time from Aarhus Airport to the city of Aarhus is 45 minutes (one way ticket app. DKK 90) and from Billund Airport to Aarhus 1.5 hours (one way ticket app. DKK 180). Taxi service is also available.
There are direct hourly train services from Copenhagen Airport to Aarhus. The journey takes 3.5 hours (one way ticket app. DKK 350). For bookings and time tables, please see www.dsb.dk
By car or ferry
Aarhus is only a 3-hour drive from Hamburg and motorway links are excellent. Getting from one end of Denmark to the other is easy, whether by car or by ferry.
It is possible to go directly by car from Copenhagen to Aarhus by crossing the Great Belt Bridge – the drive takes approx. 2½ hours. Or you can go by ferry from the ports of either Odden-Ebeltoft or Odden-Aarhus.
From Britain and the Scandinavian countries, there are good ferry-links to a number of cities and towns in Denmark, from which there are excellent motorways to Aarhus.
Aarhus City Busses
The city bus system in Aarhus is very efficient. Yellow busses depart approximately every 15 minutes from around 6 a.m. until midnight. Busses stop close to the university.
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