Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich

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Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker


Travelling to Munich

Munich is situated in the south of Germany in a beautiful location not far from the alps. It has Germany's second largest airport and is easily acceßible also by rail as well as by car.
  • Air:
    Munich Franz-Josef-Strau&ß airport is located about 40 km from the centre of Munich. Direct flights from many U. K. and German cities to Munich are available at relatively low cost. On arrival at the airport, shuttle trains S1 and S8 run every 10 minutes to Munich's central station. Alternatively, taxis are available (approx. EUR 75).
  • Rail:
    Many German cities are linked to Munich through the high speed ICE trains. Munich central station is close to many hotels, and also provides connections to undergrounds, taxis, trams and buses for to hotels not directly in the city centre.
    From the Central Station the High-Tech Campus can easily be reached by subway (U-Bahn), taking any train to Sendlinger Tor (one stop from the Central Station) and from there with train No. 6 in direction Klinikum Großadern (station Großadern). From the subway station Großadern the Campus is at walking distance (ca. 5 min, see maps ).
  • Car:
    Participants traveling by car should follow in Munich the signs pointing towards motorway (Autobahn) Garmisch-Partenkirchen until Luise-Kießelbach- Platz and from there turn west in direction Großadern. An unattended car park free of charge is available at the Klinikum Großadern, see maps ).

Responsible for these pages: K. Karaghiosoff, Realisation: K. Schwaighofer / C. Singer
Last Change: 2002-04-06