CERME 11 will be held in different locations in the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands from 5-11 February 2019, only 10 minutes’ walk from the city’s main railway station (Utrecht Central Station) and the historical city centre.
Discover the secrets and charms of one of the world’s ‘most unsung cities’ (according to travel guide Lonely Planet). Utrecht a city of unparalleled vitality. A medieval city centre small enough to explore on foot, yet large enough to host world-class festivals, fashionable shops, modern architecture and fascinating museums. Friendly outdoor cafés and restaurants. Welcoming hotels. Utrecht has it all. It is only thirty minutes from Schiphol airport and the whole of the Netherlands is just a short journey away.
The canals of Utrecht are unique in the world. They are part of an ingenious medieval dockland development with wharves and cellars connected under the streets and huge storage cellars under the canal houses. You can explore Utrecht’s canal district or paddle trough the green outer areas via the Kromme Rijn. There, you’ll go through the woods and estates of Amelisweerd, and you can stop alang the way at the most idyllic picnic spots.
The Dom Tower is also an attraction of Utrecht. The Dom Tower (Domtoren) of Utrecht is the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, at 112.5 metres (368 feet) in height, and the Gothic-style tower is the symbol of the city. The tower stands at the spot where the city of Utrecht originated almost 2,000 years ago. Climbing the Dom Tower is a wonderful opportunity to explore the city of Utrecht in an entirely different way!
If you want to explore more of Utrecht, visit this site to see what Utrecht has to offer.