The capital city of Bavaria offers its guests an abundance of art, culture, architecture and leisure-time enjoyment. Munich combines the splendor of an old royal seat with the vitality of a modern high-tech location. Visitors are quickly captivated by the flair of the city which is experienced downtown, during a tour of the spectacular museums and collections, castles and churches or while strolling through the vast parks. Munich recommends itself as first-rate conference site: Welcome to one of the most beautiful congress cities in the world.
The city owes its generous architecture to the reign of King Ludwig I. Its townscape is marked by broad avenues and the contrast between Classicistic restraint and Baroque profusion. Daring creativity and innovation have placed new architectural accents all over the city. The world-renowned tent roof, the landmark of the Olympic Park, enthralls spectators even four decades after its construction. The Allianz Arena is regarded as Germany's most beautiful and thrilling soccer stadium. The recently opened BMW Welt is a milestone of dynamic architecture. The downtown area nevertheless presents a clear, delightful and charming image marked by the distinctive feature of the Frauenkirche church whose towers rise above the roofs of the city.
Many global players have chosen Munich as their headquarters, and with two world-renowned universities, several Max-Planck Institutes and other research centers, the city of automotive industry, banks, biotechnology, health care, information technologies, media and academia provides an optimal mix of science, research and technology.
Munich is situated in the heart of Europe. Owing to its ultramodern award-winning airport the city is easily reachable from all over the world. When approaching by plane travelers are mesmerized by spectacular views of mountains, lakes and the Bavarian metropolis. The sound European railroad system and an excellent network of highways ensure quick access to the Bavarian capital city. Here the perfect infrastructure is continued: An efficient public transport system gets people around swiftly.
Venue: Klinikum rechts der Isar (lecture building 551)
Located in walking distance to the city center, the university hospital of the Technical University, the Klinikum rechts der Isar, offers newly renovated lecture halls with a pleasing modern architecture and state of the art technical equipment.
University Hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar der TU München, lecture building 551
Underground: U4, U5, station Max-Weber-Platz
Tram: 15, 18, 19, 25, station Max-Weber-Platz
Bus: 91, 191, 192, , station Max-Weber-Platz