Useful Informations: travel, hotels, venue and more

Whether it's directions and orientation, the conference venue, accommodation or a guide to the city and its sights – on these pages we have put together all kinds of useful information to make your stay during the Dialogue as pleasant and easy as possible

Travel recommendation - how to get to TU Darmstadt

From Frankfurt Airport there is a direct bus (“Airliner”) to the congress centre “Darmstadium” next to our main building, the bus stop is in front of the congress centre and opposite the castle. Tickets can be bought from the driver. The price is 9,60 EUR for a single ticket. If you prefer to use a taxi for your ride from the airport to Darmstadt, there is a taxi service which offers fixed prices (52,50 EUR) if you book at least two days in advance.

How to get to TU Darmstadt – by train or by car

Plan of public transport – in the whole Rhine-Main-area

TU Darmstadt: map of campus Stadtmitte (opens in new tab)

TU Darmstadt: map of campus Lichtwiese (opens in new tab)

Things to do in Darmstadt

Discover Darmstadt – Darmstadt is science, living and culture

“Stadtatlas” Darmstadt – an interactive town atlas

Darmstadt Sights (opens in new tab) – leaflet providing information on interesting sights in and around Darmstadt

Cycling in darmstadt – discover the city by bike

Accomodation during Unite! Dialogue in Darmstadt

We have arranged a call-off contingent in the following Hotels in Darmstadt.

located next to TU Darmstadt and conference venue

Karolinenplatz 4
64289 Darmstadt

Welcome Hotel Homepage

Arrival between 22.09. and 24.09.2024:
25 Superior rooms 159,00 € (incl. breakfast)
25 Deluxe rooms 169,00 € (incl. breakfast)

Arrival from 24.09.2024 on:
50 Superior rooms 159,00 € (incl. breakfast)
50 Deluxe rooms 169,00 € (incl. breakfast)

Call-off contingent available until July 31, 2024
Cancelation free of charge until Sept 8, 2024
Reservation Link Welcome Hotel


(10 minutes walking distance to conference venue)

Kasinostraße 6 & 4
64293 Darmstadt

Tel: 06151-39700

For reservations, go to homepage via link below, select “Darmstadt”, got to Login, use matchcode UNITEDIALOGUE and as password unitedialogue

THE Darmstadt
25 standard rooms 89,00 € + 2% overnight accommodation tax, incl. breakfast

Felix Hotel
25 standard rooms 68,00 €/night + 2% overnight accommodation tax, incl. breakfast

Location THE Darmstadt
Location Felix Hotel

(next to main railway station, 5 min to TU / city center via public transport)

Rheinstraße 105
64295 Darmstadt

Links for reservation

Maritim Hotel reservation link German
Maritim Hotel reservation link English
Reservation code: UNITE

50 standard rooms, single use: 111,89€/night or two persons 122,80 €/night, inkl. accommodation tax, breakfast, use of swimming hall

Call-off contingent available until August 9, 2024
Cancelation free of charge until Sept 8, 2024


(close to main railway station)

Am Kavalleriesand 6
64295 Darmstadt

Reservation via email:
Reservation code: UNITE

75 standard rooms, 139,00 € + 2% accommodation tax / night, incl. breakfast

Call-off contingent available until July 26, 2024


(next to main railway station)

Dornheimer Weg 7
64293 Darmstadt

Homepage Holiday Inn Express

+49 6151 800 820

Reservation via email, Reservation code: UNITE
Minimum stay of 3 days , credit card necessary for reservation

20 standard rooms, different prices, incl. breakfast:

22.-23.09.2024: 84,00 € + city tax
23.-24.09.2024: 112,00 € + city tax
24.-25.09.2024: 131,00 € + city tax
25.-26.09.2024: 131,00 € + city tax
26.-27.09.2024: 104,00 € + city tax

Call-off contingent available until July 28, 2024



The Dialogue takes place in the Darmstadtium, the science and congress center in the center of Darmstadt and adjacent to the TU Campus Stadtmitte and the Science Palace.

Darmstadtium – homepage of the congress center

Darmstadtium location – where to find the congress center in Darmstadt

Accessibility at the Darmstadtium – Inclusion and accessibility information





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