Getting to & around Munich

Munich is very centrally located in Europe and therefore easily accessible by different ways.

By Train

Coming to Munich by train is a great and sustainable alternative to attend our congress. Approximately 250 long-distance trains and 500 local trains run every day from the Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). It connects all German and European cities to the Bavarian State Capital.

Detailed journey times can be evaluated via the link below.

By Plane

The airport in Munich is called Franz Josef Strauss (MUC).
The S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines connects every 10 minutes the airport to the city centre.
The S1 travels via the west of the city and the S8 via the east.
The trip to the central train station at the city centre takes approx. 40 minutes.

Public Transport Pass

Tickets are also available from the numerous ticket machines and ticket offices in the train/U-bahn stations.

Which ticket to purchase

Messe München is located in Zone M, i.e. tickets for Zone M are required for journeys from the city of Munich or from the main railway station to the trade fair centre. For journeys from the airport to the trade fair, tickets for the area of validity Zone M – 5 (Munich Airport is located in Zone 5) are required. The AirportPLUS-Ticket is valid in the area of validity Zone M – 6.

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