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Muenchner Hauptbahnhof

How to get to Munich

By rail: Munich has direct rail links to major German cities and neighbouring countries (the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Switzerland and France). The central railway station (Hauptbahnhof) is located in the city centre and is an important public transport hub. You will find a EUROCITIES 2014 welcome desk in the main hall next to the Deutsche Bahn service point at the end of the platforms.

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Lufthansa Logo

Flughafen Muenchen - Terminal 2

By air: Munich’s international airport has good connections to many European and international destinations. Lufthansa is offering reduced air fares to Munich for participants of EUROCITIES 2014. You can book your ticket at by entering the code DEZEPGH (in the ‘access to your special Lufthansa offer’ area). This offer is valid for travel from 29 October to 15 November 2014.

You will find EUROCITIES 2014 welcome desks at both of the airport’s terminals. In Terminal 2, a welcome desk will be located right beside the exit. In Terminal 1, it will be located in the central area Z (Zentralbereich), next to the train station. The airport is 35km northeast of the city centre and is easy to reach by commuter rail () lines S1 and S8 (see below).

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U-Bahnhof MoosachGetting around Munich

By public transport: Munich has an excellent public transport network. All hotels and venues are easy to reach by rapid transit (S-Bahn and U-Bahn), tram or bus. When you pick up your EUROCITIES 2014 conference badge, you will be given a ticket that entitles you to use all means of public transport within Munich (excluding transport to and from the airport) from 5-9 November.

Please find here a travel planner and general information on public transport in Munich.

Mueller Radlsightseeing im Hofgarten

Travel directions to the main conference venues

Gasteig (conference centre): Travel to the Rosenheimer Platz stop ( S 1-8 and trams 15 and 25) or the Gasteig stop (tram 18).

New Town Hall: Travel to the Marienplatz stop
( S 1-8, U3 and U6 and several bus lines).

BMW Welt: Travel to the Olympiazentrum stop
( U3).

Hofbräuhaus: Travel to the Marienplatz stop
( S 1-8, U3 and U6 and several bus lines).

By bicycle or on foot: We are proud to be one of the most bike-friendly and walkable cities in Germany. If you want to discover Munich by bicycle, you will find a bike hire and other information here.

Did you know that Munich is ‘Radlhauptstadt’ (bike capital)?:

The main hotels and conference venues are all quite close to each other, so you may even choose to enjoy the city’s great architecture, places and parks on foot!

Travellers with special mobility requirements will find useful information at and