Stay longer…

Oldenburg is a modern university city and the cultural and administrative hub of North West Germany. In spite of its modern orientation, Oldenburg is still very proud of its historical roots and buildings, delightful traditions and warm, friendly charm.

So, it is definitely worth to stay for some days in our city. Some suggestions, what you could do after our conference has finished:

In Oldenburg

  • Visit the International  Oldenburg Film Festival, Sep. 10-14th: Since its debut in 1994, the International Film Festival in Oldenburg has grown to become the premier European independent festival.
    As the film festival is very popular, we recommend an early hotel reservation!
  • Enjoy our enchanting historic city centre. A guided city  tour of its sightseeing highlights will be part of the conference social program, but there is a lot more to explore! Stroll through Germany’s oldest large-area pedestrian zone, enjoy the grandeur of the residential palace or a walk along the arm of the river Hunte, …
  • Relax in the parks and gardens of Oldenburg.
  • German vines – in all its varieties –  will be offered at the wine feast (Sep. 12-14th) with an emphasis on tasting and advice. Additional (live) music and small snacks create a winegrower’s atmosphere on the Waffenplatz.
  • Interested in culture? Oldenburg offers a unique variety of museums  with the Horst Janssen Museum and the Edith Russ House beside the Municipal Museum and two State Museums (Art and Cultural History, Man & Nature).
    Especially interesting : the  Oldenburg Computer Museum (OCM), which allows Computer Enthusiasts to play on historic computers.

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