The Göttingen Observatory is an astronomical observatory, constructed at the beginning of the 18th century, the first director of the Göttingen Observatory (1815-1855) was Carl Friedrich Gauss. A very inspirational place to talk about statistic analyses around the autumn equinox. You may find more about the Göttingen Observatory here.
Arrival by PlaneThe easiest way to reach Göttingen is to fly to a nearby airport and take a train or a bus. The closest cities (i.e., between 1 and 2h by train from Göttingen) with airports are: Frankfurt, Hamburg, Bremen, Berlin, Hannover. All of these airports are reachable with low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet. You can purchase a train ticket at bahn.de (discounted tickets are available until 1–2 weeks before the date). You can reach Göttingen by bus via flixbus.com.
Arrival by TrainGöttingen is fairly well connected to various rail networks. For routes and pricing, please consult bahn.de.
Please find below a list of hotels that are close to the summer school venue:
Email: service at campus.apartments.
Email: info at hotelstadthannover.de
Email: info at hotel-central.com
Email: goettingen at ghotel.de
Email: info at hostel37.de
Phone: +49 551 57622
Email: goettingen at jugendherberge.de