On the first day of the event, guided tours will be offered to the participants from 17.30 hrs onwards. You can choose between a guided tour through the HTP laboratory at the DBFZ or a guided tour through the new DBFZ building. Both tours last approx. 45 minutes and are offered in German and English. As the places are limited, they will be taken into account after receipt of the applications.
Network evening in the Moritzbastei
This year's network evening in the context of the Forum on Hydrothermal Processes 2019 takes place in the Moritzbastei, Leipzig's most famous cultural centre.
In the heart of the city, right next to the New Gewandhaus and the University, historical architecture and modern cultural life in all their diversity come together here.
The historic building was erected in 1551-53. After an eventful history, it has been used as a cultural centre since 1982. The Moritzbastei Betriebs GmbH manages the Moritzbastei on behalf of the Moritzbastei Foundation. The purpose of the foundation is to preserve the Moritzbastei as a historical building and as a forum for cultural encounters in the student life of Leipzig.
The Moritzbastei is open to everyone who appreciates a tolerant atmosphere and whose life would be inconceivable without culture. The Moritzbastei is a member of the European cultural network TRANS EUROPE HALLES, co-initiator of the Leipziger Kulturpaten, partner of the Kulturloge and MDR Kulturpartner. www.moritzbastei.de
Directions to the Moritzbastei
...with the car
Take Bautzner Str. and Gorkistraße to Schulze-Delitzsch-Straße; take Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße to Mecklenburger Str.; follow Mecklenburger Str. to Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße; then follow this, cross street to Grimmaischer Steinweg; follow Augustusplatz; turn right onto Moritzbastei
...with the tram
Line 3/3E direction Knautleeberg, stop "Bautzner Str." arrival Leipzig main station, change to line 4 direction Stötteritz, line 7 direction Sommerfeld, 11 direction Markleeberg Ost, line 10/16 direction Lößnig or line 12 direction technisches Rathaus to stop Augustusplatz; walk south direction Grimmaischer Steinweg; turn right. The entrance is on the left side.