Nanometa 2022 will take place at the:
Olympia Sport and Kongresszentrum Seefeld – Tirol GmbH
Klosterstrasse 600
6100 Seefeld, Austria
Phone: 00 43 (0) 5212 32 20 75
Fax:00 43 (0) 5212 32 28


Location in Seefeld: See map (position C5)

Covid-19 rules to fullfil to enter Austria, the congress centre, hotels and other places
For your attendance consult the covid-19 rules in effect:
Also, regularly check all covid-regulations to enter Austria:

Depending on your country, please check your Entry Regulations for Austria  Who can enter Austria
As of 16 November 2021,
FFP2 mask is compulsory throughout the congress centre, the shops, public transportation, cultural and leisure premises. Also, to travel to Austria via plane, train FFP2 mask is compulsory.
2-G rule applies for meetings from 50 to 250 persons. 2G-rule = Proof of vaccination or certificate of recovery. Restaurants + hotels: 2-G applies + compulsory collection of the guest’s contact data.

For information, Covid-rules applying in Tirol, Austria for events < 250 participants as of 16 November 2021 (liable to change depending on the sanitary conditions in effect, please regularly check the above mentioned sites in case of updates): FFP2 mask is compulsory throughout the conference centre and 2-G rule (Valid proof of vaccination or certificate of recovery) applies for all participants.

The conference management will only be able to accept participants who fulfil these Covid-rules in effect in Tirol, Austria.

Validity period Test survived disease as well as vaccination.
• Recovered persons: until 180 days (around 6 months) after illness.
• Vaccinated persons: 270 days (around 9 months) from 2nd vaccination.
• Antigen tests and antibody proofs are invalid.

During your stay in Austria, the 2-G-rule is in effect. This means, that only proof of vaccination/past infection is accepted for entering any type of accommodation, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, leisure centres, gyms, cultural institutions (cinemas, theatres, etc.), on cable cars/ski lifts and for body-related services (such as hairdressers). A negative Covid-19 test is not sufficient.

Vaccine Certificate: Needs to be established in German or English.

The following vaccines (including mix-and-match vaccines) are recognised for ENTERING Austria: BioNtech/Pfizer, AstraZeneca (Covishield), Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinovac, and Sinopharm. You are considered vaccinated:

If you have received both doses of AstraZeneca (Covishield), BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, Sinopharm, or Sinovac; OR starting on the 22nd day after your one Johnson & Johnson dose; OR if you have had a COVID infection and have received one vaccination dose (proof of past infection required).

Please note, that Covishield, Sinopharm and Sinovac are only accepted to enter Austria. Covishield, Sinopharm and Sinovac are not accepted for entering any type of accommodation, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, leisure centres, gyms, cultural institutions, on cable cars/ski lifts and for body-related services.

Proof of past infection:
You can enter Austria for 180 days after a SARS-CoV-2 infection. Proof of neutralising antibodies is valid for 90 days from the test date.

What proof is accepted?
Proof of negative test, vaccination, or past infection can be a doctor’s certificate, an official test result, a vaccination certificate/vaccination card/vaccine passport (including a pdf from an electronic vaccine passport, either on your phone or as a hard copy), or an official/medical certificate proving a past infection, either in German or English. If your original certificate is not in English or German, please use this official health certificate in German or English as proof.

If you are unable to show any of these documents, you are required to take a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours of arriving in Austria (please note that you WILL need to show proof when checking into a hotel). However, in this case, you will need to register digitally before travelling to obtain pre-travel clearance and are required to show proof of it at the border (either digitally or as a hard copy). Find more information on the pre-travel clearance here and find the form you need to fill in before travelling here.

Please note that travellers from certain countries always need to obtain and show pre-travel clearance in addition to the above documents. Find rules for specific countries at

How to reach Seefeld in Tirol
The Olympiaregion Seefeld is just around a 20-minute drive from Innsbruck Airport and around 90 minutes from Munich Airport. The region is also easy to reach by car from all directions. Those in search of a scenic, romantic journey can travel to the region along the Karwendel railway line, one of the most beautiful rail routes in Europe. See Austrian railway schedules. Seefeld’s railway station is the highest ICE railway station in the world. This modern and welcoming facility is located in the centre of the resort and serves as a ‘gateway to the region’. It allows for barrier-free travel and has a train ticket machine. The new tourist information office is also located here. Over 50 trains (ICE, REX & S-Bahn) stop here on weekdays and at weekends, including direct connections to Munich, Dortmund, Hamburg and Berlin, with an average of 2,000 passengers per day.
A bus terminal (for buses to Mösern, Leutasch, Mittenwald, as well as for the local village and ski bus service), a taxi rank are also located in front of the station.

Flixbus also offers a stop in Seefeld from many German or Italian cities. See

See proposed accommodation

See weather and webcam information

For further information, consult the tourist information desk at:
Tourist Office Seefeld
Bahnhofplatz 115
Tel.: +43 50880

What’s going on in Seefeld. See


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