Getting Around 2018-01-25T12:18:07+00:00



The best way to explore Munich is on foot and by using the excellent public transportation system. In the historical district, delegates can walk to all the attractions. The Old Town is in any case a car-free zone.

Public transportation
The extensive network of urban and regional railways, which is concentrated within the city district, is the core of Munich’s local, rapid public transportation system. Eight underground lines, 10 suburban rail lines and 9 types of regional trains that are all integrated into the MVV network ensure quick and direct connections in the region of Munich, regardless of city traffic – a safe railway network covering 90 km in total. 10 tram lines and 70 city bus lines provide rapid connections above ground. The local organizing team will arrange for congress tickets to cover travel by suburban train,
the underground, bus and tram at any time without the stress of having to buy a separate ticket.

Taxis are cream-coloured, plentiful, but relatively expensive. Taxi fares average 15 to 20 EUR for a journey within the city.

Munich has a wealth of green spaces and over 200 km of bike lanes, making the bicycle a convenient way to explore the city. Guided tours, rental bikes and maps are available at the central station and many other places around the city.