Microfluidics Conference 2012

Travel Information

Heidelberg is located in the south-west of Germany, roughly 80km south of Frankfurt a. M. and 80km north-west of Stuttgart.
Maps and travel info can be obtained, e.g., here.

Further information and contact

Travelling to Heidelberg

By airplane:

Within 100km distance, three airports are located:

Frankfurt International Airport - the largest airport in Germany, providing connections to almost everywhere in the world
Stuttgart Airport - convenient airport slightly outside of the city of Stuttgart
Baden Airpark - smaller airport close to the city of Karlsruhe with convenient connections

In larger range, also the airports of Basel, Strasbourg, Munich and Cologne-Bonn are within a 2-3 hours trip by train or car.


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Please look here for the Info Homepage, and here for the PDF Webpage!


By train:

Heidelberg is easy to reach by train. German high-speed trains are running via Mannheim or Karlsruhe,
both providing tram connections directly to Heidelberg.
Express or regional trains conncet Heidelberg directly to many other cities.
Find more information (including on-line booking of train connections) about the trains running here.


By car:

Heidelberg is directly connected to the German highway net system, laying conveniently close to the crossing points of two major connection routes,
one north-south (A5) and one east-west (A6).
Travel information for reaching the city by car can be obtained here.

The city of Heidelberg is an old city, showing very good car traffic connections, but sometimes narrow streets.
However, parking lots are limited - especially within the city center.
Be aware of parking fees!


A full description how to reach the


including tram and bus schedules, can be downloaded (PDF) here... or found here... at the bottom of the page.