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25th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (MTNS 2022):
12-16 September 2022, Bayreuth, Germany

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How to travel by taxi in Bayreuth

Taxis in Germany are usually white with a yellow sign. Official taxis carry a serial number in the rear window at the right. A lit taxi sign indicates that the taxi is available.

Taxi stands in Bayreuth

There are two main taxi stands in Bayreuth: one at the train station “Hauptbahnhof” and one in the town centre in the main pedestrian zone. Usually, taxis are available there at any time.

Taxi stand at the train stationHide


in front of the main entrance of the train station “Hauptbahnhof”
see our Google map with marked locations for the conference.

Taxi stand in the main pedestrian zoneHide


in the pedestrian zone, near the central bus station “ZOH”,
see our Google map with marked locations for the conference.

How to order a taxi

Taxis can be ordered

  • by phone directly at the taxi company,
    e.g., Taxi Union +49 (0)921 22 333, Taxi Kroter +49 (0)921 6 44 55
    (for a full list see the Yellow Pages [in German])
  • via the Taxi.de website or the Taxi.de app
  • at the hotel reception or the conference registration desk

For drop off or pick up at the university campus near the building “Naturwissenschaften II” (NW 2), the Info Point 7 is a convenient location. For drop offs only, other options are the parking lots P3 and P4 close to the building “NW 2”.


A taxi ride costs a basic fee of 3.90 - 4.90 € plus 1.70 - 2.30 € per kilometer, depending on the time of the day (see also the official tariff [in German]). An additional fee for heavy luggage may apply.
A ride from the train station to the university takes abpout 10 min and costs approximately 15-16 €.
Prices are per car, not per person. Larger taxis for up to 6 persons are available on request.
Most taxis accept cash as well as major credit and debit cards. Please notify the driver if you need a receipt.

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