It’s our “green vision“ to organize the Sports Physiotherapy Symposium according to the principles of environmental compatibility and sustainability. With our eco-friendly behavior we want to contribute to a world in which we deal responsibly with our ecological system, its resources and people. With a “green” Sports Physiotherapy Symposium we want to stick up for the protection of our planet. Make your own active contribution to environmental protection. Please take note of our information.
With its unique natural backdrop, the Faculty of Natural Sciences (NaWi) of the University of Salzburg is the ideal location for events. Surrounded by beautiful green areas, the university’s botanic garden and the adjacent landscape conservation area Freisaal, the NaWi invites guests to stay. Participants and exhibitors will experience the Sports Physiotherapy Symposium as an “event in nature”.
Tip: Thanks to its attractive central location and an excellent connection to public transport the Faculty of Natural Sciences can easily be reached from many hotels throughout the city.
Taking the train is a very environmentally friendly way of travelling to Salzburg. Public transport in Salzburg offers visitors a nonstop connection to the venue with emission-free trolley busses from the old city, the main station as well as from the airport.
Tip: Participants who would like to travel to Salzburg by bus or train will be provided a 2-day ticket for the central zone of Salzburg by the transport association. To obtain your ticket, please show us your round-trip ticket at the registration.
Many hotels and guesthouses are within spitting distance of the venue. Please see our special offers and the stated distances to the NaWi.
Tip: The Faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Salzburg is within easy walking distance from many accommodations.
You are kindly asked to return your name badge at the end of the symposium. All returned badges will take part in the Tombola, where lots of attractive prizes will be raffled among the participants.