MSOM 2022

26. June - 28. June 2022

Getting to Munich and the Conference site

Flying directly to Munich

Munich is easily accessible from all parts of the world through the International Airport of Munich.
There are daily connections to all major cities in Europe, the US, Asia and other destinations. It is the second-busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic and processed 47.9 million passengers in 2019.
The airport is located 28.5 km (17.7 mi) northeast of Munich. The attendees can rent cars or take public transportation in the form of busses or S-Bahn, which connects the airport with the city center at 10- to 15-minute intervals.

Upon your arrival, you have several options
to get to the conference site.

The 9-Euro-Ticket

If you want to travel by public transport (we would recommend it), the best thing to do is to buy the new 9-Euro-ticket.
For 9 euros per month, you can travel throughout Germany on local/regional trains for a whole month.
As often as you want, whenever you want - you only have to choose the June ticket. You can choose almost all local/regional public transport (such as RB, RE, U-Bahn, S-Bahn, bus and tram).

S-Bahn (highly recommended) / Munich Transport Network (MVV)

>> The S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines connect the airport to the Munich city center at 10-minute intervals.
The S-Bahn stops at two stations at the airport: Besucherpark and Airport Terminal 1 and 2
The easiest way to get to the conference site is travelling by S-Bahn as there is a direct S-Bahn connection from the hotel to the Airport.
Coming from the Airport Munich just take the S8 (or S1) and get off at "Rosenheimer Platz" station.
Use the exit "Hochstrasse/Gasteig" and follow the signs to the hotel Holiday Inn Munich - City Centre. At the very end of the arcade, some stairs and an elevator lead directly to our hotel lobby.
>> If you chose to go to the city center, just take as well S8 or S1.

The MVV-App is a journey planning application created by the Munich transport association (MVV) for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone smartphones. As well as the MVV-internet journey planner, it provides entire bus and train connections quickly and reliably.

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Lufthansa Express Bus

The Lufthansa Express Bus is the nonstop connection from Munich Airport into the city centre and back again, 365 days a year. No matter which airline you fly with!
Every 20 minutes from Munich Central Station via Munich North (Schwabing) to Munich Airport and back again.
The following stops are served:
• Munich Central Station
• Munich North (Schwabing)
• Terminal 2
>> Get off at the Central Station. The easiest way from the Central station to the hotel is via S-Bahn as every S-Bahn stops (in the direction of Rosenheimer Platz) at the conference site.


Travel to and from the airport by taxi.
>> You can find taxi ranks in the departure and arrival areas of Terminal 1 and 2. The taxi service point is located on level 03 in Terminal 2.
Depending on traffic a taxi from the airport to the city center or the conference site costs about 80 € (90 USD).
>> If you would like to organize a cab yourself: The taxi center Munich can be reached at +49 89 954 057 175

Getting to Munich by train

You can reach Munich on the ICE. The ICE offers comfortable seats with legroom for a relaxing journey, and you can dine well and inexpensively in the on-board restaurant.
Thanks to the Internet connection on the train to Munich, the travel time can also be used well as working time.
From the main station you can take any S-Bahn in the direction of Rosenheimer Platz, as all S-Bahns stop there.
>> Just get off at “Rosenheimer Platz” station. Use the exit "Hochstrasse/Gasteig" and follow the signs to the hotel Holiday Inn Munich - City Centre. At the very end of the arcade, some stairs and an elevator lead directly to our hotel lobby.

Getting to Munich by bus

There is also the possibility to travel to Munich by bus. Numerous major German cities as well as connections from neighboring European countries allow a convenient travel to Munich.
>> For connections please check:

Driving to Munich / Parking

Munich is much like any other major metropolis - traffic here can be heavy. Because of the pedestrian nature of this area, navigating the streets can be very difficult, as one-way roads are commonplace, and narrow.
The Mittlere Ring (Munich ring road) is the city’s main traffic artery. If you are trying to drive in rush-hour traffic, you may need to be patient. Cars often only inch forward bumper to bumper. The environmental zone is located within the Mittlere Ring.
Only cars with green emissions stickers are allowed to drive there. If you would like to park your car in the city, it is best to drive to one of the 24 car parks or the various parking zones in the boroughs. If you are driving from outside the city limits with your car and then using public transport, then the Park+Ride spaces are a good alternative.
>> To get to the hotel/conference site just enter “Hochstraße 3, 81699 Munich” into your Sat-nav.

Onsite Parking is available
within a public underground car park for up to 450 cars.
>> Entrance in Hochstraße next to filling station. Cost: 20 EUR