ISWC'09 will be held at the Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria.
Arrival by aeroplane:
- The closest airport is the Blue Danube Airport in Linz-Hörsching. Further information on the airport is available online at www.linz-airport.at/www/cm/bda/en/index.html.
- The "Blue Danube Airport Lines" is a convenient way to get from the city center, in a short time, to to the Airport. The bus stop at the Airport is in front of the arrival hall. Tickets are available in the bus (€ 2,50 single way, full price).The timetable for the Blue Danube Airport Lines can be downloaded at www.linz-airport.at/www/cm/system/galleries/download/documents/fahrplan.pdf
Arrival by train:
- ÖBB - Austrian National Railways. Further information and timetables can be found at www.oebb.at. Use the tram line 1 or 2 (direction "Universität") or the tram line 3 (direction "Bergbahnhof Urfahr") from central station ("Hauptbahnhof Linz") to stop "Rudolfstraße"(?) (travel time – according to traffic volume – about 15 minutes).
Arrival by car:
- From the direction of Salzburg and Vienna on the Westautobahn A1 motorway, from Linz junction on the Mühlkreisautobahn A7 motorway, exit Linz/Zentrum or Linz/Hafenstraße.
- From the direction of Prague, Freistadt on the Mühlkreisautobahn A7 motorway direction of Linz junction, exit Linz/Hafenstraße.
- From the direction of Regensburg, Passau on the Innkreisautobahn A8 motorway to the A1, from the Linz junction to the Mühlkreisautobahn A7 motorway, exit Linz/Zentrum or Linz/Hafenstraße. Toll-free from the direction of Regensburg, Passau along the Danube on the B 127.
Parking in Linz:
- To make it easier to find a parking space, an automated parking guidance system has been set up. The City of Linz is divided into three zones: Urfahr (green), Downtown East (red) and Downtown West (yellow).
- Linz AG Linien, www.linzag.at/linz/index_en.htm