Important Travel Advice: Karimu 2018

Getting here can be tricky, especially if you need to fly. Please take the time to review and follow these guidelines:

Travel by Plane/Train

If coming by train from one of the major airports (Frankfurt, Köln/ Bonn), then the train station we suggest you travel to is Haiger.   We will have a shuttle to pick you up at this station upon arrival.  The drive from the train station in Haiger to the Karimu Conference Center takes close to 15 minutes.

To purchase your tickets on the German Train System website (https://www.bahn.de/)  enter your starting point.  Our example uses Frankfurt (Main) Hbf.  Then type in Haiger as the destination.  Notice that there are several Haiger options, so choose the one that says simply “Haiger”.

Selecting travel from Frankfurt (Main) Hbf to Haiger

Sample trip from Frankfurt to Haiger through Giessen.

Sample trip from Köln to Haiger through Siegen.

Travel time from Frankfurt to Haiger should be 1 hour 22 minutes.   The train runs once every hour.

From the Köln Hbf the travel time will be either 1 hour 48 minutes, or 2 hours 32 minutes depending on the number of changes.

Once you have purchased your ticket, please let us know the time you will be arriving in Haiger so that we can have a shuttle ready to collect you. Email your travel itinerary to registration@iccm-europe.org.

Let us know if you need further assistance in purchasing your tickets.

Automobile

There is plenty of free parking at the facility. The address:
Internationales Tagungszentrum Karimu
Siegenweg 34
D- 57299 Burbach

About Karimu

Karimu comes from Swahili, a language spoken by about 98 million people in eastern Africa. Karimu means generous, reminding us that God gives joyfully. This conference center is run by Wycliff Germany and just recently opened.

Learn more about Karimu at their website. Also, don’t miss the 360° tour of their beautiful facility.

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