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Internationales Evangelisches Tagungszentrum "Auf dem Heiligen Berg"

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Internationales Evangelisches Tagungszentrum Wuppertal "Auf dem Heiligen Berg"


Missionsstraße 9

42285 Wuppertal

Germany, EU


Hotel Homepage (https://www.aufdemheiligenberg.de/)

Travel information (in German, https://www.aufdemheiligenberg.de/kontakt.html)

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From airport Cologne/Bonn take any train to Köln Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) and then any train (RE) to Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof (Hbf). You have to buy the tickets in advance at the platform or in front of it. You CANNOT buy them inside the train.

From airport Düsseldorf take the RE or S1 to Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) and then any train (RE4, RE13, S8 or S28) to Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof (Hbf). You have to buy the tickets in advance at the platform or in front of it. You CANNOT buy it inside the train. Tickets bought in Düsseldorf or Wuppertal belong to the same traffic region VRR. You can use them in buses and trains. Please read the ticket information below.

From Wupperal Hbf take the bus 643 (the small one) from bus platform 1 at the bus terminal directly beside the Wuppertal Hbf (you can reach it via train platform 1 or through the main station building) to the (final) destination "Kirchliche Hochschule". The bus operates quite frequently, but please check the schedule on https://www.bahn.de or on https://www.vrr.de. You can buy the bus ticket from the bus driver. Maybe you need cash. Ask the bus driver if your train ticket is valid.

From "Kirchliche Hochschule" back to the main station, take the same bus 643 to "Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof". It is NOT the final destination. The bus ends at "Lutherstift Wuppertal".

Not so serious Ticket information ;)

The ticket in Germany is more complicated to explain than the proof that every domain of holomorphy is pseudoconvex and vice versa. If you activate the ticket vending machine, it might remind you on a picture of Kandinsky. Depending on the distance there are Kurzstrecke (very short distance, only 3 stations) and mid-long distances A (shortest), B, C, maybe even D (longest); depending on how often you like to use the ticket, there is Einzelticket (single), 4er-Ticket (4x), Tagesticket (day ticket) and literally et cetera. Be glad that you neither have a bike, nor a child, nor a teenager nor a dog. Cats I don't know. They are cute and maybe ride for free. If you come from Cologne, be aware that you change traffic regions from VRS to VRR. On your ticket, the traffic region must be displayed. It is only valid in the actual traffic region, EXCEPT you have an extension to your ticket (maybe called Zusatzticket or whatever stupid, very unintuitive, non-translateable name they have nowadays for it), or if your aunt is called Sieglinde and you earn exactly 2345 EUR per months (after taxes). Enjoy your ride!

Maybe the easiest is to download the apps of Deutsche Bahn or VRR on your smartphone and buy tickets via the apps. But wait, there is basically no Wifi inside the train or at the stations. Good luck and welcome to Germany! We love to complain :D

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