Linz Blue Danube Airport (LNZ) currently offers daily direct scheduled flights
to Amsterdam, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Vienna, London, and Zürich. Airlines offering
connections to Linz include Austrian
Nearby international airports are
3 hours by car or train to Linz) and
Vienna (about 2
hours by car or train to Linz).
How to get to the campus from the
airport: A regular shuttle-bus from the airport to the central train
station (approximately 30 min) runs only on working days. It is thus
suggested to take a taxi to the Johannes Kepler University (fare is about €30).
Online train schedule and ticketing service from the
Austrian Railways (ÖBB)
How to get to the campus from the central railway station ("Hauptbahnhof"):
Linz central railway station is located downtown. To reach the
university by tram, first take tram Line 3. Then, at any stop until "Rudolfstrasse",
change to Line 1 or 2 headed towards "Universitšt" which is the final stop.
From Vienna, Salzburg, and Munich take motorway A1 to exit "Knoten Linz".
From Prague take E 55 to Unterweitersdorf.
From Graz/Klagenfurt, take motorway A9 (Pyhrnautobahn) to exit, "Voralpenkreuz",
motorway A1 to exit, "Knoten Linz".
From Passau (Germany) take A8 (Innkreisautobahn) to exit "Knoten Wels", A1
to "Knoten Linz".
How to get to the campus by car:
From "Knoten Linz" continue on motorway A7 (Mühlkreisautobahn), take exit 15
"Linz/Dornach" and follow the green signs to "Universitšt Linz".
See also the map on the conference
Getting around in Linz
Places in Linz can be easily reached by public transport (Linz
Online Router Planner
(in German only)
The university can be easily reached by
tram ("Strassenbahn") lines 1 and 2 (station "Universitšt"). For city centre
and main square get off at station "Hauptplatz".
Tram Line 1 Schedule
Tram Line 2 Schedule
Alternatively, there is also bus
line 77 linking the railway station and the university.
Bus Linz 77 Schedule