Foto by Ludwig Museum Koblenz
Ludwig Museum - Deutschherrenhaus
Danziger Freiheit 1
The 2000-year-old town of Koblenz is situated in the picturesque landscape of the Rhine and Moselle and surrounded by four low mountain ranges.
The conference itself will take place in the Ludwig Museum, Danziger Freiheit 1, Koblenz,Germany. The Ludwig Museum of Koblenz is one of five museums in Germany, which was founded by the famous collector couple Peter and Irene Ludwig. The museum is supported by generous donations, permanent loans and project funds. Since its opening in december 1992, the museum defines itself by an active dialogue in modern art with France. In addition, the museum organises international exhibition projects in Koblenz.
How to reach Koblenz
There are two airports in this region: Frankfurt Airport and Cologne Bonn Airport. There are trains every 20 - 30 minutes. See section By train.
Travelling by train to the region is both quick and convenient. The train from both airports to Koblenz takes about one and a half hours.
Cross Koblenz (A 61 / A 48 exit Koblenz Nord direction), from the A 48 to the B 9 direction Koblenz, on the Europabrücke follow the lane on the right direction "Altstadt / Deutsches Eck" and follow the signs. Parking is possible directly at the museum. For people with special needs there is easy access to the museum with an elevator.