Venue and Location
29 - 30 June 2022
Bremerhaven perfectly combines its role as a business and tourist destination.
Though a relatively new city, it has a long history as a trade port and today is one of the most important German ports, playing a role in Germany's trade.
ATLANTIC Hotel Sail City Bremerhaven
Am Strom 1, 27568
This impressive, 4-star hotel is located in the heart of Bremerhaven. Look forward to wonderful views across the River Weser and free Wi-Fi in all areas.
The sleek design of the rooms at the Atlantic Hotel Sail City is both welcoming and functional. Upon arrival, look forward to a refreshing welcome gift in your fridge.
All rooms offer river views and modern amenities, including a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi and adjustable air conditioning.
After a good night's sleep, be tempted out of bed by the Atlantic Hotel's breakfast buffet. In the Strom restaurant, you can enjoy views of the river promenade as well as creative cuisine and seasonal meals made with regional products.
Unwind in the Atlantic Hotel Sail City's sauna area or visit the public viewing platforms on the 20th and 21st floors, and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
The closest airport is the Bremen International Airport
When arriving by car, you can reach us via the A 27 motorway. Take the exit “Bremerhaven Zentrum” (junction 7) and drive along the B212 (Grimsbystraße), which later becomes Lloydstrasse. In the end, turn left onto Columbusstraße. After about 200 m, turn right onto H.-H.-Meier-Straße.
A tip for navigation devices: Enter “H.-H.-Meier-Straße” as the destination.
Parking facilities: On the left, you will find the entrance to the public “Havenwelten” underground car park. Guests of our hotel can park here. If possible, use the exit directly below the adjacent Klimahaus® Bremerhaven. Access to the hotel lifts is between rows 8 and 9.
Underground parking space: 7,00 € per day for an uninterrupted parking period of 24 hours. Unfortunately, a reservation of parking spaces is not possible.
By bus: The hotel is just a few minutes from Hauptbahnhof Bremerhaven (Bremerhaven Central Station) by taxi or bus routes 502, 505, 506, 508, 509 (towards “Langen/Debstedt” or “H.-Plett-Straße”; get out at the “Havenwelten” stop) and the bus route HL ("Hafen-Liner", towards "Rotersand/Thünen-Institut", get out at the "Havenwelten" stop). A single ticket costs €2.50 and the trip takes about 7 minutes.
By train: Due to the cooperation of the ATLANTIC Hotels and Deutsche Bahn you can travel for 49.50 € (one-way) to your event in the ATLANTIC Hotel Sail City in Bremerhaven. Details: atlantic-hotels.de.
From the Bremen International Airport, take the Tramway Line 6 directly outside the airport in the direction “Universität”. Tickets can be purchased on the Tram (it’s best if you have coins available). Exit the tram at the main train station, “Hauptbahnhof.” The trip takes about 20 minutes.
From the Hauptbahnhof, you can book a regional train (RB) or Nord West Bahn (NWB) to Bremerhaven Hauptbahnhof. Trains can be booked in advance at https://www.bahn.com/en or tickets can be purchased at the kiosks directly in the train station. The regional train to Bremerhaven takes about 35-45 minutes, depending on the train.
Here are some suggestions on what to see in Bremerhaven:
The Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost is a mixture between a science center and theme park. It shows a unique world of weather, climate and climate-change knowledge and experience, also making it a climate museum.Travel the world along the eighth longitude and experience the earth’s climate zones close up – exciting and spectacular.
You will cross five continents and nine locations. You will sweat, freeze, marvel and laugh, and above all, meet people from around the world who will talk about their everyday lives and describe how the climate affects them.
The Round trip with the HafenBus takes you to the German Maritime Museum, leads you through the city and the Harbor Worlds (Havenwelten) passing along many museums and other tourist attractions as well as through Bremerhaven's global harbors. You will experience the Seaside City from its most fascinating side, then only with the HarborBus can you experience the hustle and bustle of the large harbor and ship yard operations right up close. Through the totally restricted areas of the Overseas Harbors, right next to luxurious cruise ships and the ocean giants, which travel the world's oceans
Center of the Shop windows fishing port is the former Fischhalle IV, a long brick building dating from 1907, which today presents itself as a gourmet location with fish restaurants, stores, a smokehouse and a harbor pub.