3rd International Workshop on Klinefelter Syndrome, Trisomy X, and XYY
Venue, accommodation and travel
The 3rd International Workshop on Klinefelter Syndrome, Trisomy X, and XYY will be held at The Academy Building, Rapenburg 73, Leiden. It is situated in the city center, close to hotels, restaurants and attractions.
Venue: The Academy Building
The Academy Building situated on the Rapenburg is the oldest Leiden University building, constructed in 1516. The Academy Building is in use for ceremonies such as graduations, inaugural lectures and PhD defences, and it accommodates the permanent exhibition of the Academic Historical Museum. The oldest botanical garden (laid out in 1590) in the Netherlands and Western Europe is situated just behind the Academy Building.
Travelling to Leiden is easy – both for international travelers and for people from the Netherlands. Leiden is only 20 minutes by train from Holland’s main airport ‘Schiphol Amsterdam International Airport’.
From Schiphol Amsterdam Airport: take a direct train to Leiden Centraal Station. Train tickets for domestic travel are available from the yellow ticket machines near the platforms at Schiphol Plaza. Tickets (for domestic and international travel) are also available from the ticket offices, which are situated close to the red/white-checked cube at Schiphol Plaza. Staff at the ticket offices will also be able to provide you with train departure information.
Leiden’s Railway Station connects Leiden directly with the major Dutch cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Haarlem and The Hague). Busses and taxis depart from directly outside of Leiden station. The Leiden Visitor Centre is opposite Leiden Central Train Station and they can provide tourists to Leiden with further directions. Train times can be found at www.9292.nl/en.