Hamburg is a tourist city and a leading economic and scientific hub. Year after year, local and international travelers are drawn to this vibrant city on the Elbe and Alster rivers. Hamburg’s well-known attributes include a world-famous music scene, the impressive HafenCity district, the futuristic Elbphilharmonie concert building, and the Miniature Wonderland.
Moreover, Hamburg boasts more bridges than most other major cities worldwide! With more than 2,500 bridges, the city by the Elbe River even beats Amsterdam and Venice.
CONGRESS CENTER HAMBURG
The modernized and upgraded CCH enthralls visitors with its light-flooded modern architecture, expertly designed room concepts, and state-of-the-art AV systems. It sets new standards in terms of location, flexibility, and individuality.
Sustainability was a top priority for the architects who redesigned the building, and the CCH hopes to receive a Gold Certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). Moreover, the entire complex is barrier-free!
The CCH is a modern convention center without barriers, which makes it easier for attendees with physical challenges to attend ISC 2023. It features stair-free access, reduced counter and handrail heights, a floor-integrated guiding system leading from the forecourt to the halls, high-contrast visual information, high-visibility markings on steps, and tactile floor identification panels.
Information panels in Braille and tactile profile lettering have also been installed in key locations, including elevators, to assist visually impaired and blind persons.
Please consult https://www.cch.de/en/visit/barrier-free-access to learn more about a barrier-free visit.