Getting to Munich
Munich has excellent national and international connections thanks to its airport, railway and road network.
Getting to Munich by Plane
There are two airports near Munich:
- Munich Airport (Franz Josef Strauß Flughafen München; MUC) is located about 30 km northeast of Munich near the city of Freising. The airport is well-connected to Munich. For detailed information on how to get to the conference venue from the airport, visit here.
- Memmingen/Munich-West Airport is a small international airport near Memmingen, located about 110 km west from the centre of Munich. Several low-cost carriers (e.g. Ryanair and Wizzair) depart from there. It takes approximatly 1:25 h to reach Munich via bus or train. For detailed information on how to get to the conference venue from Memmingen Airport, visit here.
Getting to Munich by Train
There are several daily high-speed train connections to Munich from all major German cities. Travel time by train from Frankfurt/Mannheim is approximatly 3 h, from Berlin 6 h, from Cologne 5 h and from Hamburg 6 h. Please check here for train schedules within Germany.
Additional to Munich Central Station ("Hauptbahnhof"), there are two smaller train stations, which are located in the West (Munich Pasing) and the East ("Munich East" or "Ostbahnhof"). All stations are well connected to the public transportation system and serve as hubs for national and international trains. For detailed information on how to get to the conference venue from Munich Central Station, visit here.
Getting to Munich by Car
Munich is well connected to Germany's highway (Autobahn) network. Coming from the North, it is connected via the A9 to Nuernberg - Frankfurt - Berlin, coming from the East via the A8 to Stuttgart - Frankfurt and from the South via the A8 to Salzburg - Innsbruck - Italy. For detailed information on how to get to the conference venue by car, visit here.