Central Station Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe is an important connection point of Deutsche Bahn and is on the ICE main track Hamburg-Frankfurt-Basel. It is also the starting point for the west-east line Karlsruhe-Stuttgart-Munich. Information about border-crossing trains are available on the national train operators. The Deutsche Bahn can be found on www.bahn.de.
To help you decide whether a train journey would be convenient for you, here some information about travelling times from different European cities to Karlsruhe:
London, UK: 7 to 8 hours
Paris, France: 3 hours (TGV, otherwise 4.5 hours)
Warsaw, Poland: 14 to 18 hours
Brussels, Belgium: 5 to 7.5 hours
Rome, Italy: 11.5 to 17 hours
Berlin, Germany: 5.5 hours
Bern, Switzerland: 3 hours
Amsterdam, the Netherlands: 5.5 to 8 hours
Copenhagen, Denmark: 11 to 17 hours
Madrid, Spain: 20 to 26 hours
There are night trains from several European cities stopping in Karlsruhe, e.g. Amsterdam, Linz, Paris Gare de L'Est, Odense, Salzburg and Vienna. This could also be useful for departures from within Germany, e.g. Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig.
More information on www.nachtzugreise.de
From Central Station to EJC
When you are arriving at Karlsruhe Central Station by train or bus please go as follows: across the station building through the main entrance to the square in front of the station. From here take tram number 2 with destination 'Siemensallee'. Get off at Welfenstraße (3rd stop, about 5 min).
It's about 10 minutes walk from here to the site. The information and registration is located in the Europahalle where you'll be welcomed.