EGLSF Annual General Assembly 2020
After a hard day’s work there is definitely some time and space for a cool drink, some delicious food and meeting great people. Every evening on the AGA weekend you will get the chance to have these three things together in a special place.
Almost all of the weekend's venues are conveniently linked by the U2 line of the Stuttgart light rail system. For congress participants and visitors who stay in Stuttgart hotels you can acquire a three day ticket for 14,- €. These tickets can be bought at the tourist information centres at the airport (Terminal 3) or right outside the central station (Königstr. 1a) or at the official AGA hotel. To acquire a three day ticket you will need a written confirmation of a hotel booking or of a congress participation, which both will be provided for AGA participants.
If you prefer single tickets, they can be bought at vending machines at stations and bus stops. Some vending machines may not accept credit or debit card payment. In bus lines, tickets can be bought by the bus driver too. Smartphone tickets can be bought via the app "VVS Mobil" of the regional transport authority, in which tickets are considerably cheaper.
The U-Bahn runs until around 01:00, after that night buses take over. To get from the city centre to Bad Cannstat at night, you can also take the suburban rail way S-Bahn to the Nürnberger Straße station. The S-Bahn runs all night through on weekends, and from there, it's a 15 minutes walk back to the AGA hotel.
You can find taxi stands on most major streets and squares in Stuttgart. The central taxi call number is +49-711-55-10000.
If you're brave enough to come to Stuttgart by car, parking is available at the AGA hotel for a day fee of 15,- €. Right at the venue there's a parking garage (Kursaal) with a fee of 1,- €/hour or 8,- €/day. It's closed from 23:00 to 06:00, though. Street parking around the hotel and the AGA venue is free at night and on Saturdays and Sundays.