The Global Blow Moulding Congress™ 2019
The Global Blow Moulding Congress™ 2019

Travel to Cologne

It's easy: the city is served by the Cologne-Bonn International Airport and the centrally located Cologne Main Railway Station.
The larger Düsseldorf  International and Frankfurt International airports are just an hour's train journey away.

Cologne/Bonn International Airport www.koeln-bonn-airport.de/en

Düsseldorf International Airport www.dus.com/en

Frankfurt International Airport www.frankfurt-airport.com

German Railways (Deutsche Bahn) www.deutschebahn.com/en/start/

Local public transport www.rheinbahn.com/fahrplan/Seiten/default.aspx

 

Attendees are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. However, if you register early, do not worry: we will remind you to book your flights and/or railway tickets – circa two months prior to the conference.

Do you need a visa for Germany?

Attendees are responsible for making sure they possess the required visa and comply with all other entry requirements to Germany.

Some information can be found at http://www.germany-visa.org/do-i-need-a-visa/.  If you are unsure, please check with your nearest German consulate.  Upon request, we will provide registered delegates with invitations and registration certificates necessary for visa application purposes.

Cologne (Köln): a beautiful city

Situated in the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Cologne is Germany's fourth-largest city.  It is located in the heart of Germany's industrial region, but is also less than 80 km away from the Belgian border.  It pictoresquely sprawls upon both banks of the Rhine and is home to a famous cathedral, the Kölner Dom. A textbook example of monumental Gothic architecture, the Dom is Germany's most visited touristic landmark, attracting daily some 20,000 visitors.

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