Venue and Travel Information

How to reach to the Event Locations:

Venue day 1, August 19, 2024:

LVR Museum Bonn, Colmantstraße 14-16, 53115 Bonn
By Walk: ~ 5 minutes walk

Venue day 2 and 3, August 20-21, 2024:

BMZ 1 Building B 13, Venusberg Campus 1, 53127 Bonn
By Bus: Bus lines 601, 602 and 632 (~20 – 25 minutes) from Bonn Main train station to the venue.
By Car or Taxi: ~ 22 – 25 minutes


Here are a few hotels near the venues of BonnBrain3 conference.


Bonn city center:

Travel Tips:

  • Please use the following English version of Official German Trains website:
  • From Cologne/Bonn Airport: 25 min by taxi or 30 min by shuttle bus (line SB 60)
  • From Düsseldorf Airport: 1 h by train (RE 5) or 5-10 min by train to Düsseldorf Hbf and then 45 min by train (IC)
  • From Frankfurt am Main Airport: 105 min by train or 40 min by train to Siegburg/Bonn and then 20 min by taxi or 25 min by subway (line 66)

Bonn is a city with Academic Excellence

Founded in 1818, the University of Bonn is one of Germany’s largest and most renowned institutions. Since 2019 the University of Bonn has been one of eleven German Universities of Excellence. Currently ranked among the top ten in Germany and the top 100 globally, the university is distributed throughout the city. The medical faculty, associated with the University Hospital Bonn on Venusberg, conducts cutting-edge research in neuroscience. Bonn’s scientific prominence is further enhanced by collaborations with Helmholtz Association’s DZNE and the Max Planck Society’s caesar Research Center.

Explore Bonn: A City Steeped in History

Bonn, with over 2000 years of history, stands as one of Germany’s oldest cities. From its Roman and Germanic origins to its status as a religious and political center, Bonn has witnessed centuries of historical significance. Today, it is recognized internationally, hosting United Nations institutions and numerous scientific organizations. The city is renowned for its Baroque architecture, museums, and cultural vibrancy, being the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven.