The conference venue for the International Occupational Science Europe Conference 2017 – Meeting in Diversity – Occupation as a Common Ground is HAWK University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hildesheim, Germany.
TRAVELING TO HILDESHEIM:
For information on how to get to Hildesheim have a look to the following website travel information.
ACCOMMODATION IN HILDESHEIM:
Hildesheim-Touristic is constantly building up a booking contingent for different accommodation options. Further information from Hildesheim-Touristic can be found on the following link: Hildesheim.de-4th OSE Conference.
An additional accommodation not mentioned on their homepage is the Family Inn. It is a hostel style accommodation for low budget travelers (like students). Those rooms are available on request. We will provide a bus shuttle between the hostel and the HAWK.
If you would like to make reservation enquiries for Hildesheim during the conference through Hildesheim-Touristic please fill out their online form. On the fax-form you will find additional hotels and guesthouses which can’t be booked online.
GETTING FROM A TO B IN HILDESHEIM:
Unique World Cultural Heritage sites, world-famous exhibits, historical half-timbered buildings, a colourful cultural scene and attractive shopping opportunities with a beautiful picturesque surrounding countryside – your stay in Hildesheim promises to be very interesting.
You will find widely varied offers of culture, nature and lots of history in this modern, flourishing city with a population of more than 100,000. Of course, for visitors the main focus is on the World Cultural Heritage sites – the Cathedral with its unique bronze castings and the 1,000-year-old St. Michael’s Church – but these are only part of the many notable sights that Hildesheim has to offer, for there are other treasures that you will discover.
Hildesheim is also very rich in terms of culture. The Roemer- and Pelizaeus-Museum boasts one of the most important Ancient Egyptian collections in the world. The reconstructed historical market square, with the famous Butchers’ Guildhall is also a very impressive sight.
In Lower Saxony, however, Hildesheim has really made a name for itself in the theatre scene – the “Theater für Niedersachsen” (Theatre for Lower Saxony) puts on productions for the entire state from its home base in Hildesheim. But the free theatre and cultural scene and more than 7,500 students also make Hildesheim a big city filled with energy and creativity.
Immerse yourself in this vibrant environment – learn more about the many different facets of the city and its people.
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This is the link to the local tourist information.