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Title:Euro-Par 2006 in Dresden, Germany; Picture of Dresden: DWT/Dittrich
Terms of Transportation in Dresden
Whether arriving by airplane, train or car, Euro-Par 2006 attendees will find it easy to get to the city of Dresden. Travel within the city is also easy, thanks to a convenient and extensive system of trams, buses and regional rail service.

Dresden airport features a modern terminal (completed in 2001) and is served by a growing number of airlines offering an increasing number of flights to other cities in Europe. The airport is located 9 km northwest of the city center and is easily reached by automobile, train, tram and bus.

Train from airport to city center

The new terminal provides modern and convenient service for travelers, with all services located within a central building. For travelers heading into the city, covered pedestrians walkways guide them to public transportation, taxis and rental car services.

Picture of Dresden Airport: Flughafen Dresden/Weimer

For detailed information, see the Dresden Airport Website and the following transportation description from Dresden Airport to the conference building:

Map of Dresden

The Airport S-Bahn (Line S2) station is on the lower level of the new terminal building. It takes you about 22 minutes to travel to Dresden main station (Hauptbahnhof). For detailed information concerning Line S2, see the timetable below:

Timetable Airport S-Bahn (Line S2)

Map of Dresden

The Bus (Line 72 and 76) stations are located directly in front of the main station building. It takes you about 3 minutes to travel to the station "Fritz-Förster-Platz" nearby the Euro-Par conference building. For detailed information concerning bus line 72 ans 76, see the timetable below:

Timetable bus line 27 and 76

A detailed map of public transportation serving Dresden will make a contribution to a comfortable stay in Dresden, as well.