Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 25-27 2007
The venue of CARME 2007 is the campus of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe and is well known for its modern architecture. It can be easily reached by public transport and has a direct rail link with Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
Travelling by plane
When arriving at Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam): Take the train to Rotterdam Central Station. This journey takes about one hour.
When arriving at Rotterdam Airport: Take the Airport Shuttle (Bus 33) to Rotterdam Central Station.
At Rotterdam Central Station, walk to the main entrance and take either the tram or underground (metro):
Travelling by train or by bus
Trains and buses will take you to Rotterdam Central Station. From there, see the description above.
Travelling by car
The Woudestein campus is situated very near the Van Brienenoord bridge. The Van Brienenoord bridge is crossed by the A16 motorway. This is where you have to get off motor way A16 (exit 25).
If you come from the south (A16, direction Breda and Antwerp): Keep following the signs Den Haag until you see the signs Capelle a/d IJssel and Rotterdam Centrum. Keep following the direction Rotterdam Centrum and you will see the direction to the university.
If you come from the north (A13) or east (A12/A20): Keep following the direction Dordrecht/A16 until you see the sign Capelle a/d IJssel and Rotterdam Centrum. Keep following the direction Rotterdam Centrum and automatically you will see the direction of the university.