The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis,
is a non-governmental, non-profit research organization
sponsored by National Member Organizations in North America,
Europe and Asia.
The Institute is situated in the small town
of Laxenburg, about 15 km south of Austria's capital city, Vienna.
For more details...
Schlossplatz 1, A-2361 Laxenburg, Austria
Tel.: (+43-2236)-807.0 (Switchboard)
Tel.: (+43-2236)-807.589 (Conference Services)
Fax : (+43-2236)-71.313
Hotel Prinz Eugen
Wiedner Guertel 14
Fax : (+43-1)-505-17-41-19
The Hotel Prinz Eugen is located in the immediate vicinity of the famous Belvedere
Palace in a traditional Embassy district of Vienna, opposite the South Railway
Station (Suedbahnhof) with the adjoining Air Terminal. With the excellent traffic
connections to the hotel, one can easily reach the city center in 5 minutes
by Underground U1 (Suedtirolerplatz station), or by Tram D, opposite the hotel,
or you may walk (approx. 15 min) through the extensive gardens of Belvedere
The discounted prices (offered for participants of the CSM/KSS'2005 workshop, if booking is made through IIASA) are € 61,- or € 92 (for a single or a double room, respectively) for one night, including breakfast and taxes.
Reasonably priced hotels may be difficult to arrange at a later date. Therefore we have made a block booking in the Hotel Prinz Eugen. Participants who would like to stay in this hotel should complete the final registration form not later than June 30, 2005 (we may not be able to help you in arranging your accommodation later).
There is also a limited number of IIASA's Guest rooms available for participants who prefer to stay in Laxenburg. The prices for rooms are 21€ and 18€ (for a single room in the Schloss Restaurant and the GP building, respectively).
Participants who prefer to make own arrangements for accommodation are encouraged to do this well in advance.
The workshop bus will be available for the following transfers:
Vienna has an efficient public local
transportation system. Here is some basic
information and advice on how to reach
the workshop hotel.
Tickets for public transportation can be purchased from ticket machines on
the busses and trams, or in underground stations, and at the tobacconists.
One can purchase various types of tickets:
one-trip (2€ from a vending machine in the vehicles or
1.5€ prepaid at tobacconists and from vending machines in the underground
stations), daily (24-hour, 5€),
72 hour (12€, includes some sight-seeing benefits),
weekly (12.5€), 8-day (24€, valid for 8 days within a year).
The taxi fare in Vienna is 1.5€ per kilometer with a starting cost of 2€.
More information about Vienna and Austria
You may want to check the following URL's for more information:
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Please note that data, although carefully compiled, is given without commitment.
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