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Many Roads Lead to Greifswald...

The University and Hanseatic town on the Greifswalder Bodden lies directly between the islands of Usedom and Rügen.
The bicycle-friendly town can be reached by car via the Baltic Sea motorway A20 and provides a direct train connection to Berlin.

Further Information about the University and Hanseatic Town of Greifswald

How to get to Greifswald

Greifswald has no nearby airports, but you can fly to Berlin (BER) and take a train (around 3-3.5 hours) or bus/car (around 2.5-3 hours) to Greifswald or take a train directly to Greifswald. Other airports, which might suit your travelling plans, are Hamburg (HAM, LBC) or Szczecin (SZZ)

Most hotels are in the city centre, within walking distance (10-30 min) of the conference venue and the main train station of Greifswald (10-15 min).

The train schedule can be found at the website of the Deutsche Bahn:
The bus schedule can be found at the website of the Flixbus (from Berlin to Greifswald):
Car rental services are available at the airport.

If you choose the Flixbus from Berlin to Greifswald, please check the location of the Flixbus stations in Berlin at the website of the Flixbus, as well as the connection between the airport and the Flixbus station.

If you choose a train to Greifswald after your flight to Berlin (BER), take the Airport Express (FEX) to Berlin Gesundbrunnen and change to the train to Greifswald. Check a timetable which suits your flight plan on the following webpage:

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Getting around in Greifswald

The conference will take place in the Institute of Biochemistry (Felix-Hausdorff-Straβe 4, 17487 Greifswald). Greifswald is a small city with only a small number of bus lines. It is recommended to enjoy a 10-30 min walk to reach the conference venue depending on your choice of accommodation. If you need a bus, please check the map below. The bus stops closest to the meeting venue are “Klinikum” and “Am St. Georgsfeld”, Line 2. You can buy a bus ticket from the bus driver and find the bus schedule at the website: