Conference venue - Vienna (November), AUSTRIA
Conferences IAC-MEBM, IAC-GETL and IAC-TLTS in Vienna 2019
Seminarhotel Springer-Schlössl Betriebsges
Tivoligasse 73, 1120 Wien / Vienna, AUSTRIA
The Springer Schlössl seminar hotel is set on spacious parkland in Vienna’s 12th district, just a stone’s throw from world renowned Schönbrunn Palace.
Rates for the hotel Seminarhotel Springer-Schlössl Betriebsges:
28-30th November, 2019
Single room EUR 85,-/room
Double room EUR 110,-/room
Triple room EUR 165,-/room
The rates are per room, per night including breakfast, service, all applicable taxes and parkplace
The guests can reserve the rooms till 7.11.2019.
Booking (special price for conference participants),
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During registration it is important to mention our conference.
How to reach us by public transport
From the centre of Vienna
Take the U4 to Schönbrunn, then walk up Grünbergstraße for some 10 minutes to reach Tivoligasse. Alternatively, take the U4 to Meidling Hauptstraße and then the 9A bus to the Tivoligasse/Schwenkgasse stop; from there, we are 5 minutes away on foot.
From Westbahnhof (Vienna Western Railway Station)
Take the U6 to Bahnhof Meidling and then the 9A bus to the Tivoligasse/Schwenkgasse stop; from there, we are just 5 minutes away on foot.
From Vienna Central Station
Take the S1 or S2 in the direction of Meidling/Liesing/Mödling/Wr.Neustadt. Leave the train at Meidling, then take the 9A bus to the Tivoligasse/Schwenkgasse stop; from there, we are just 5 minutes away on foot.
From Vienna Airport
Take the S7 in the direction of Wien Nord; change at Rennweg to the S1 or S2 in the direction of Meidling/Liesing/Mödling/Wr.Neustadt. Leave the train at Meidling, then take the 9A bus to the Tivoligasse/Schwenkgasse stop; from there, we are just 5 minutes away on foot.
From the centre of Vienna
Drive along Rechte Wienzeile as far as the U4 Meidlinger Hauptstraße underground station, then turn left over Lobkowitzbrücke (Lobkowitz bridge) into Ruckergasse. Tivoligasse is the fourth turn on the right for.
From the Gürtel ring road
From Margaretengürtel, drive along Eichenstraße and Edelsinnstraße, then turn right into Hohenbergstraße. Go straight ahead, then right into Schwenkgasse. At the end of Schwenkgasse, turn left into Tivoligasse.
From the A1 motorway (approaching from the west)
Drive towards the centre until you pass Schloß Schönbrunn (Schönbrunn Palace), then turn right into Grünbergstraße and take the very next left into Schönbrunner Schloßstraße. Take the next right into Bischoffgasse and at the end of the road, turn right into Tivoligasse.
From the A2 motorway (approaching from the south)
Change from the A2 onto the A21 Vienna orbital motorway, then take the Wiental-Altmannsdorf and drive along Altmannsdorfer Straße towards Schönbrunn. After Altmannsdorfer Straße becomes Grünbergstraße, look out for a right turn into Tivoligasse.
From the A23 motorway (Südosttangente)
Take the Wiental-Altmannsdorf and drive along Altmannsdorfer Straße towards Schönbrunn. After Altmannsdorfer Straße becomes Grünbergstraße, look out for a right turn into Tivoligasse.
Wien / Vienna, Austria
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