The official language of the conference is English.
The organisers are not liable for any changes made to the programme. Please visit the web site regularly for updates.
The Final Programme will be provided on-site in the delegate bag.
EuroBrake 2019 will take place at the International Congress Centre, Dresden, Germany.
Devrientstr. 10 - 12 / Ostra-Ufer 2
Phone: + 49 (0) 351 216-0
Fax: + 49 (0) 351 216-1000
Reservation phone: + 49 (0) 351 216-1018
Entry into Germany
No visa required. Entry is allowed with both passport and id-card.
Any foreign visitor entering Germany must have a valid passport. Visitors from countries whose citizens require visas should apply to the German consulate or diplomatic mission in their own country.
To view visa regulations for Germany please click here
Do you require a visa application letter? When registering online you will be asked for your passport details. Our Member Services Team will email the letter once registration payment has been received. Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dresden is in the Central European time zone. Central European Standard Time (CET) is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
The average temperature in Dresden during late May is 16°C 62.1°F with an average of 64mm of light rain throughout May.
The official currency of Germany is Euro (EUR, €), no other currencies are commonly accepted. Although traveller’s cheques are accepted it can be quite difficult to find a place to cash them. The Airport and some banks will exchange but the exchange rate can be very high. Post offices won’t cash them. All convertible foreign currencies (www.oanda.com) are exchangeable at all major banks.
Business Hours of most banks and post offices are 09:30 – 13:00, 14:00 - 18:00, Monday – Friday.
Tipping and Etiquette
In Germany, Value Added Tax and service charges are included in your check in hotels, restaurants, shops and taxis. Tips for extra service are always appreciated but not required. It is customary to give taxi drivers and waiters a tip of about 10 percent. _____________________________________________________________________
Tourist Information Office, Dresden
For information regarding public transport, services and general informaiton about Dresden, can be found here
Dresden,Germany levies a Lodging Tax. Full details can be found here
The voltage on outlets in Germany is 230 volts. Hotels may also have a 110-volt or 120-volt outlet for shavers. Travelers are advised to bring along a power converter and an adapter for round two-prong plugs with side grounding contacts.
Participants are strongly advised to obtain travel insurance (medical, personal accident and luggage) in their home country prior to departure.
Taxis have a standard rate of plus €1.85 per km plus a fixed surcharge determined by the distance travelled. They can be hailed, called for by phone or found in abundance at one of the major train stations and airports.
A taxi from Dresden Airport to the International Congress Centre costs approximately EUR20