May 12-13 2022

Tickets are sold out!

On 12 and 13 May, the first HyväCamp will take place in Aachen and with it the long-awaited first Hyvä event on site! For those who don’t know it yet: Hyvä Themes is the new frontend for Magento.

On the first day of HyväCamp, you can expect instructive Hyvä Classes on technical topics and CommerceExchange, a discussion format for topics related to Hyvä and Magento. On the second day, you can participate in different ways: You can develop new solutions with other participants in a hackathon or spontaneously initiate presentations or discussion rounds in the BarCamp. We promise you two unique days packed with interesting insights into the Hyvä world, where newcomers and advanced users alike can learn something.

Together with the team at Hyvä, we are organising the HyväCamp and are looking forward to welcoming you personally at the integer_net office. Food and drinks will be served.

Since seats are limited, do not wait too long and secure your ticket as soon as possible – that is March 30, 15:00 CEST!

What is on the agenda?

Day 1

Day 1 comes with a set programme and you get to pick and choose your agenda’s items. In between, there’s plenty of time to catch up with your friends and other attendees of HyväCamp.


We have prepared four sessions for you where you can learn from experts about the Hyvä tech stack, MageWire and If you are new to Hyvä, we recommend to attend the Hyvä Themes intensive introduction.

Each topic is covered in two hours, providing enough time to dig a little deeper and to learn some ticks and tricks.


While these demos focus on development matters, we also bring on some more non-tech topics on the agenda that we would like to discuss with you.

Day 2

On Day 2, it’s up to you to set up a programme. Did you bring your laptop with you? Then you might want to join the hackathon. Your plan for the day includes more talking and less coding? Then join the BarCamp.


At a hackathon, you spend the first couple of minutes to propose topics which are then voted on. Topics with the most votes are then worked on in groups. Usually, these topics involve coding something. But it could also be about improving documentation, etc.


A BarCamp is similar to a hackathon, since again topics are proposed and voted on and the topics with the most votes are selected for the day’s agenda. However, these topics usually don’t involve coding, but holding a talk or a discussion.

Good to know

Will the event be recorded?

No. This is an in-person event where the focus is on learning and talking directly with other attendees. If you long for more Hyvä content to consume at home, check out the Hyvä Themes YouTube account.

Will the event be in English?

Yes, this event is intended for a broad audience so the event will be in English.

How long will the event be?

We start in the morning of May 12 2022 and wrap everything up in the late afternoon or early evening of May 13 2022.

How can I take part?

Book your ticket for HyväCamp on our Eventbrite page. Make sure not to wait too long – tickets are limited. Ticket sale starts on Wednesday, March 30 2022 at 15:00 CEST.

What is the exact event location?

It’s the integer_net office. Our address is: integer_net GmbH, Rotter Bruch 17, 52068 Aachen, Germany. When you arrive there, enter the building at Eingang A (entrance A).


I'm travelling from outside of Germany to Aachen. What do I need to keep in mind?

How to get here

Aachen is located in the Western border of Germany, right next to Belgium and the Netherlands. Our main station (Aachen Hauptbahnhof) has high-speed train connections to many European cities, including Cologne, Frankfurt, London, Brussels and Paris.
For more information have a look a the section “How to get to our office / to HyväCamp”.

Covid restrictions when entering Germany

As of March 25 2022, there are no countries listed as high risk countries by the German government, so no quarantine requirements. However, there are still some regulations you must adhere to, depending on the country you live in:

For attendees from EU countries, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Iceland:

The German government requires you to complete digital registration on entry, to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test result and proof of vaccination or proof of recovery from COVID-19.

For attendees from other non-EU countries:

You need to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of your vaccination. Please read on here for more information on vaccination requirements


Covid-19 guidelines at HyväCamp

We adhere to the current regulations in Germany and the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The current rules are as follows, it’s what is referred to as 2G+ in Germany. This means:

  • You must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or recovered and provide proof of that status.
  • In addition, you must be tested and provide an official negative test result that is no older than 48 hours upon checking in at the event. Rapid tests are sufficient. A booster can replace the test. We recommend to get tested nevertheless, just in case.
  • Wearing a mask is optional. We encourage you to wear a mask.

If you are unsure whether you meet the regulations, you can find them here.

There is a rapid test center around the corner of our event location. They offer free rapid tests for all. You can book your appointment in advance and also park your car there for the day.

If the local regulations change, our event’s rules may change accordingly.

Accommodation in Aachen

Guess what, the construction of Motel One in Aachen is finally completed and the brand new hotel is ready to host you!

Also, there is a little camping site in Aachen if you prefer to travel in your camper van or RV.

How to get to our office / to HyväCamp
  • Our address – Our office can be found at Rotter Bruch 17, 52068 Aachen.
    The parking space at our office is limited. At HIRSCH CENTER Aachen, Elsassstraße 139, 52068 Aachen is one of the parking lots nearby.
  • Airport to Aachen – If you need to travel from one of the closest airports to Aachen the Deutsche Bahn (train) is one of the most convenient options. Just enter the date, your start and pick the destination that suits you best: To the website of the Deutsche Bahn. One possible destination could be the Aachen Central Station. There you can switch e.g. to a taxi or the bus. (Further information below.)
    Buying tickets is a little bit more complicated though: You can buy them on the platform at the train station at one of the ticket machines (remember to bring Euro in cash in case your credit card doesn’t work) or via the DB app (Android/ iPhone). If you come as a group, group tickets could have a more attractive price than a single person ticket. Get in touch with us if you need help and don’t despair – It’s very confusing for Germans as well.
  • Public transport in Aachen – Some people love buses. You can search for bus stations on the website of Deutsche Bahn as well. The closest bus stations to our office are Am Rott and Dresdener Straße. If you’d like to go from Aachen Central Station to your destination (e.g. Hotel) via bus, we recommend Google Maps to look for the closest bus station.
  • Uber / Taxi / Cab – Uber is pretty much the same as taxis in Germany because the drivers are licensed in both cases. You can find a taxi stand on the right hand side once you’ve exited the Aachen Central Station.

Overview of all important locations

HyväCamp at integer_net

Motel One

Camping Bad Aachen

Aachen Central Station

Train Station Aachen Rothe Erde

Parking Option & Rapid Test Center

Taxi at the Central Station