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Directions

The Chemnitzer Linux-Tage take place in the central lecture hall and seminar building of the Technical University Chemnitz. The building is located on the campus next to the Reichenhainer Straße 90. GPS co-ordinates: 50º48′49.7" N, 12º55′47.9" O.

Nationwide journey

Directions by train
  • Train schedule: www.bahn.de
  • The closest train station is "Chemnitz-Süd" (Chemnitz South) (approx. 700 m of walking distance from the conference building), public transport (ÖPNV) can be used from the central station.
Directions by car
  • North-West-Germany: Towards Hannover, take A2 towards Berlin and Magdeburg, take A14 towards Dresden and Dreieck Nossen, take A4 towards Chemnitz
  • North-East-Germany: Towards Berlin, take A13 and Dresden, take A4 towards Chemnitz
  • West Germany: Towards Bad Hersfeld (northwards take A44/A7 or southwards take A4/A45/A5), take A4 towards Chemnitz
  • South-West-Germany: Towards FFM, take A5 and Bad Hersfeld, take A4 towards Chemnitz
  • Southern Germany: Towards Nürnberg, take A9 towards Leipzig and Hof, take A72 towards Chemnitz
Directions by Linux bus

The Linux bus departs from Berlin to Chemnitz on Friday (13 March 2009) and will head towards Berlin after the conference on Sunday (15 March 2009). Further Information.
The bus offers a relaxed travel with many other attendees, no need for transfer, enough space for your belongings; a combined ticket including accommodation, breakfast and admission is bookable.

Directions by aeroplane

Well, there is no airport in Chemnitz ;-). Therefore we recommend to fly to the airports Dresden or Leipzig and subsequently use train or car in order to get to Chemnitz.

In Chemnitz

From the train station "Chemnitz Süd": 10 minutes of walking distance, out of town towards Reichenhain.

From the central station: Take the tram (lines 4,6 or 522) towards Zentralhaltestelle then take the bus (line 51) towards Reichenhain and get off at the stop "Thüringer Weg". Schedules for tram and bus

last modified on 11/20/2008 by Susan Hoffmann