With 16 ultra-modern and column-free exhibition halls, 180,000 m² of exhibition space and 425.000 m² of outdoor space, Messe München are also well prepared for major events. In 2006, Messe München was transformed into the media center of the FIFA World Cup and hosted the church service during the Pope’s visit.
Each year, more than 30,000 exhibitors and over two million visitors from around the world use their events as industry-specific and targeted communication forums. In addition to their own events, around 250 guest events take place every year. Incidentally, Messe München is one of the most important business centers and popular conference venues in Europe.
The exhibition grounds of Messe München are the only exhibition grounds worldwide to have been awarded the “Energy efficient company” certificate by TÜV SÜD.
The grounds of Messe München are fully and quickly accessible from anywhere.
At Munich Airport, you’ll enjoy excellent national, inter-European and international flights. With approximately 10 Million passengers a year, the airport is ranked number one in Germany. Its 106 airlines, 73 direct flights and 244 destinations make Munich an attractive destination. Find all current flight routes along with detailed information about the Munich Airport here.
Take one of the 3,500 Munich taxis and travel comfortably between the airport and the New Munich Trade Fair or the ICM. Throughout the year the ride costs €63 and a one-way trip takes about 35 minutes, depending on traffic.
The rental car center is located in the central area of Munich Airport between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Here you’ll find the offerings of many rental car companies. Cars are returned centrally to the parking garage P6 (“Car Rental Return”).
Road signs in the outskirt of town and throughout the entire city indicate the way to Messe München, the ICM – International Congress Center München or the MOC Veranstaltungscenter München.
The Messe München and the ICM are located directly on the A94. Reach both event centers by taking either freeway exit Feldkirchen-West (Exit Nr. 6) or München-Riem (Exit Nr. 5).
On the event center grounds, a dynamic traffic control system regulates the flow of traffic. It directs you to the free parking spaces closest to the event centre.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
The Messe München and the ICM – International Congress Center München are directly connected to Munich’s public transportation system, which is fast, reliable and environmentally-friendly.
Arrive right in the centre of Munich: With approx. 350,000 passengers every day, Munich’s Central Station is the second largest passenger train station in Germany. Taxis, public transportation, and rental cars can all be found within the Central Station.
On the Deutsche Bahn website, you’ll find all necessary information about travelling by train, including ticketing information.
The exhibition grounds are located directly at the stops Messestadt West and Messestadt Ost. The U2 subway (U-Bahn) line direction Messestadt Ost runs from 4:00 in the morning to 1:00 at night, and takes you directly to the New Munich Trade Fair and the ICM.
During peak travel times on weekdays, the U2 runs every 5 minutes:
- 07:30 – 10:10 from the Central Station (Hauptbahnhof)
- 15:10 – 18:55 from Messestadt West
- Direct connection – Travel time: approx. 18 minutes
Travelling to and from the MOC Veranstaltungscenter München
- S-Bahn to the stop ‘Marienplatz’
- Transfer to the U6 direction Fröttmaning/Garching-Forschungszentrum Stop Kieferngarten
- Approx. 5 minutes away by foot