Mayen is also called "Gate to the Eifel" and lies close to a volcanic region in Germany. You can read more about it on the Wikipedia page about Mayen. A nearby attraction is the Volcano parc.
To get to Mayen, you can use public transport to reach it from the nearest airports in Cologne and Frankfurt/Main. The full address of the laboratory is An den Mühlsteinen 7, 56727 Mayen. Public transport may take quite some time to reach Mayen; if you let us know your travel times, we may be able to pick you up in Koblenz.
We will also try to help you with public transport timetables to make your journey as easy as possible. At the train stations, information is usually also available in English, including English options for the ticket vending machines.
The generous support of the RGZM enables us to offer limited lodgings included in the Forum fee. These will be mixed dorms with several beds each and shared toilets and bathroom, so please expect a very simple accommodation. It may also be necessary to bring your own bedding or sleeping bag. It will be possible to arrive on Sunday and depart on Monday to make travel easier and less stressful.
If this is not to your liking or if the limited number of beds are already all taken, you will need to provide your own accommodation.
The city of Mayen offers as service an accommodation list, accessible via this website.
Please contact us if you have any questions or problems.
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