LILG will take place at Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany.
The official university address is:
The exact location of LILG will be building 21.02, the “Studierenden Service Center”. See the map to the right; click to enlarge.
Getting to the venue
The HHU campus is serviced by multiple tram and bus lines. Get off at any of the below listed stops for a comfortable trip to our venue.
Tram stop “Uni Ost/Botanischer Garten”
Tram lines: U73 & U79
Walking distance to venue: approx. 10 minutes
Tram stop “Universität Nord/Christophstraße”
Tram lines: U71, U73 & U79
Walking distance to venue: 15-20 minutes
Bus stop “Universität Mensa”
Bus lines: 731, 735, 827, SB53, SB57, NE7
Walking distance to venue: approx. 2 minutes
Düsseldorf is the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s most densely populated state. With roughly 620,000 inhabitants, it is North Rhine-Westphalia’s second-largest city, with only its nearby rival-city Cologne (‘Köln’) being larger.
Düsseldorf is home to many attractions, from a historical old town, to one of Europe’s poshest shopping streets and arty architecture. The city is also home to more than 10,000 inhabitants of Japanese origin, making it one of the biggest Japanese populations outside of Japan. Near Düsseldorf main station, the Japanese influence can be experienced first-hand with signs in German and Japanese, Japanese supermarkets and restaurants, and other Japanese stores. Düsseldorf also has a Buddhist temple.
Düsseldorf can be comfortably reached by train and plane.