Trends in Bioanalytical Imaging - Analytics and Applications
DECHEMA-Haus, Frankfurt am Main
27.05.2013 - 28.05.2013
The symposium will take place at the
Kongresshaus Baden Baden
For detailed information please visit: www.kongresshaus.de/
Distances: Stuttgart 110 km, Frankfurt am Main 170 km, Straßburg/France 55 km
Parking space is available at the congress center basement garage (450 spaces) liable to charges.
By plane :
Baden Airport 15 km, Flight Schedule
or International Airports in Stuttgart, Frankfurt am Main, Straßburg/France, Basel/Switzerland or Zurich/Switzerland ( see map )
By train :
ICE railway station Baden-Baden to: Freiburg 45 min., Frankfurt am Main 1:26 h, Stuttgart 1:07 h, Munich 3:37 h
Distance railway station Baden-Baden to congress center: 10 min. by taxi (5 km, ca. 16 EUR) or bus no. 201 (2 EUR), station Augustaplatz
Train information for international guests
Did you know that
… the largest percentage of millionaires in Germany live in Baden-Baden?
… the multi-award winning Lichtentaler Allee, a protected landscaped park that has played a major part in the town’s history, celebrated its 350th birthday in 2005? This world famous “green
oasis” stretches for over 3km through the heart of the town. 40 hectares with over 300 varieties of trees and shrubs.
… the Romans were the first to build baths in Baden-Baden over 2000 years ago? Their ruins can still be visited today under the Friedrichsbad (which houses the Roman-Irish baths).
… the only remaining German dwelling of the grand composer Brahms is to be found in Baden-Baden? Johannes Brahms lived from 1865 to 1874 in the Brahmshaus. Today, it is a
memorial to Brahms and open to the general public.
… the cleanest drinking water in Germany can be found run-ning from the house-hold taps and from the numerous springs in Baden-Baden?