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Conference Venue and Location

Conference Venue and Location


All sessions will be held at the conference venue, Bruchsal Palace, Germany. The Palace of Bruchsal is an ensemble of buildings built between 1722 and 1776, spanning styles from late baroque, rococo and early classicism. It served as the official residence of the Prince-Bishops of Speyer. Its centre is a three-winged building, called Corps de Logis. The palace is particularly famous for its central staircase, built by Balthasar Neumann. It is generally regarded as one of the most successful design solutions for a baroque staircase.

Bruchsal Palace



Reaching Bruchsal Palace

Bruchsal is a town ca. 20 km north of Karlsruhe. It can be reached easily by train or car.

By plane: Use Frankfurt Airport, take IC train to Karlsruhe and leave at Bruchsal.

By train: The IC train from Frankfurt to Karlsruhe and vice versa will stop in Bruchsal.

By car: Use Autobahn A5, leave at stop Bruchsal.