Prices (Early Bird)
1.490,- plus VAT.
VDI-members: 1.390,- plus VAT.
Because of its central location, the World Conference Center Bonn is inside the Bonn environment protection zone. From 1 July 2014 only vehicles with a green environment badge are allowed to enter this environment protection zone.
a) Parking-Place: Charles-de-Gaulle-Straße / 53113 Bonn
Parking charge: 0,50 Euro per started hour, maximum price: 5,00 Euro
b) Multi-storey car park Karl-Carstens-Straße
The car park is open around the clock.
Parking charge: 1 Euro per started hour.
Day ticket: 15 Euro
Entrance height: 2.10 metres
On the street level, there are 10 disabled parking spaces.
Address: Karl-Carstens-Straße, 53113 Bonn
Entrance on Welckerstraße.
Please enter Welckerstrasse as the address in your navigation device!
ICE: Stop Siegburg/Bonn
Tram/Bus service (travel time approx. 10 minutes, starting Bonn main station):
Stop Heussallee/Museumsmeile, Tram Line 16, 63
Stop Deutsche Welle, Bus Line 610, 611
Timetable and further information: http://en.swb-busundbahn.de/
Hint: Book your room with Tourismus & Congress GmbH Bonn and get a free ticket for the local public transport
Airport Düsseldorf (by car: 1,22 hours)
Airport Cologne/Bonn (by car: 30 Minutes)
Get Together Party – ‚Night of Electronics‘
The VDI invites all participants, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors to join the „Night of Electronics“. This Get-together party is a perfect opportunity to continue “network” and meet your colleagues and business partners in an relaxed atmosphere, with meat, drinks and several other highlights.
Patronage - FISITA
The 1948 founded non-profit organisation FISITA is the international federation linking the national automotive engineering societies.It is a forum for the exchange of technical knowledge on every aspect of vehicle design, development and manufacture.www.fisita.com
Simultaneous translation is available. (German to English). Receiver and headsets will be handed out on site. Please have your business card ready.
Germany’s former capital Bonn is indeed a very special place, to learn about German history. In many places throughout the city you will encounter with Ludwig van Beethoven, Bonn’s most famous son as well as witnesses of the “Bonn Republic“. Not far from there the UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley greets its visitors with scattered medieval castles that are perched high up on the steep slopes along the river, overlooking acres of picturesque vineyards bordering the Rhine. It is a very beautiful place to linger. So why not combine your attendance at the VDI Congress Dritev with additional cultural highlights? You will find Bonn’s top 10 rated attractions on Tripadvisor.