The summerschool will take place at the Heimvolkshochschule Lubmin. Lubmin is a small health resort situated in the Northeast of Germany at the Baltic Sea.
If you like to get a first impression of Lubmin, have a look:


A wide beach is approximately 10 meters away from the Heimvolkshochschule. The Heimvolkshochschule consists of a main house with living rooms, seminar rooms, a PC room and dining rooms. Several smaller bungalows are at the area of the Heimvolkshochschule together with a fire place, table tennis plates and a volleyball field.
One of the next bigger cities is Greifswald, an old city in the Hanseatic League. Greifswald university was founded in 1456 and is one of the oldest universities in Europe.



How to get to the summerschool

From Berlin (usually the train starts in Berlin-Ostbahnhof, 2 stations by S-Bahn from Alexanderplatz) you have to go by train to Greifswald-MainStation (in German: Greifswald-Hauptbahnhof; NOT Greifswald-Süd!!!). It is possible to go from other Cities in Germany to Greifswald, but trains won't be so frequently - so Berlin is a good choice for a transfer.

From Greifswald-Hauptbahnhof we will catch you, because Lubmin is still 16km away and buses go not very frequently - if at all at the weekend. For this reason we will need your time of arrival.

Trains to Greifswald go nearly every hour from Berlin. The final destination of the train is usually Stralsund.
You can check the web for trains: http://www.bahn.de

The cheapest ticket to Greifswald from Berlin may be the so called "Ostsee-Ticket" for 39€ return. If you are more than one person travelling, the 2nd -5th person will pay only half the price. You will have to return within 9 days. Here are some specifications for the Ostseeticket (only in German):


General travel webpages:

cheap flights: charter flights and oversea flights

Expedia shows you prices from different airlines

Kelkoo shows you prices from different airlines


Last minute booking

2 weeks before the summerschool takes place you can start to book:


Specific airlines:

Easyjet goes to Berlin-Schönefeld where you can take the metro S-Bahn to the city centre, it takes appr. 45 min: Easyjet goes from Berlin to London Luton, Liverpool, Napels, Nizza, Paris Orly which could be interesting for some of you

dba flies mostly within Germany from Berlin to Duesseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Munich, Nizza, Stuttgart

Germania Express flies from Berlin to Frankfurt, Vienna, Zurich, Munich, Rimini...

Airberlin goes to different cities within Germany, NOT to France, but Spain, Italy, UK...

http://www.buzz. de
(buzz=ryanair) Ryanair goes from Montpellier to Frankfurt/Hahn which is pretty much outside of Frankfurt/M. and a rather long way to travel to the Baltic, but if you've got some time...

Hapag Lloyd goes to some places in Germany

Lufthansa goes to France and other countries

AirFrance goes to Germany and at the moment there are flights for 140€ from Paris to Berlin