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X-Honours Congrestival information

Below you can find all information concerning the X-Honours Congrestival

Parking

Bicycle:
The NHL Stenden Hogeschool can be reached by bicycle via the Rengerslaan and Dokkumertrekweg. For bicycles, mopeds and scooters there is a bicycle cellar with 2,000 places under the building. The exits are on the south side (near the main hall) and the west side (on the Rengerslaan). There is also a charging point for electric bicycles in the bicycle cellar.

Car:
The parking lot at NHL Stenden Hogeschool, is accessible via the Rengerslaan and open 24 hours a day. There is room for 800 cars and motorbikes. From the parking lot, the school building can be reached on foot. You will receive an exit ticket from us when you take part in the X-Honours Congrestival.

Transportation

The Congrestival takes place at NHL Stenden Hogeschool at Rengerslaan 8-10 in Leeuwarden. For a detailed route description, click here. There are parking lots around the X-Honours Congrestival where you can park your car. An exit ticket can be obtained from us when you register. To plan your route by public transport, click here.

For Wednesday and Friday we will arrange transport between the different workshops. Please note: registration for the workshops is compulsory on Wednesday and Friday and can be done via lillian@stendenmeetingu.nl

Facilities for disabled guests

The following facilities are available. If you have additional wishes, please fill in the contact form. Then we can look together at the possibilities.

  • Elevators
  • Rest spaces
  • Disabled toilets and parking spaces
  • Adjusted seats
Cancellation

Cancellation is possible up to the 20th of May 2018 and is possible at 50% of the rate. If students cancel, 5 euros will be charged. After the 20th of May cancellation is not possible anymore, of course the tickets are transferable.

About Leeuwarden

There are many sights in Leeuwarden that you can admire during your visit to the X-Honours Congrestival. Recently, the BBC paid attention to this with a noteworthy article that can be read here.

While in Leeuwarden visit the Frisian museum .