How to Reach Us

ICE Europe takes place in hall A5 and A6 of the Munich Trade Fair Centre. International flight connections as well as the excellent local infrastructure make the venue easily accessible by air, road and public transport.

By Car

The Munich Trade Fair Centre is located just off the A94 motorway and can be reached using the exit ‘Feldkirchen-West’ (Exit No. 6). Please follow the signs to the car parks.

Munich Trade Fair Centre
Messegelände
Eingang Ost (East Entrance)
Am Messeturm 4
81829 Munich
Germany

Please note: Low Emission Zone

On 1 October 2008, a low emission zone was introduced in Munich. Only vehicles that fulfil the EU exhaust standards are permitted to enter the city centre and require an official permit (disc-shaped sticker) that must be displayed on every vehicle’s windshield. These regulations also apply to visitors from abroad.

The sticker is only required if you travel through the city centre (within the ring road ‘Mittlerer Ring’). The Munich Trade Fair Centre is NOT in the low emission zone.

For more information and to find out where to obtain a sticker, please visit www.muenchen.de or www.tuev-sued.de.

munich low emissions zone

Munich Area Traffic Map

Munich Low Emission Zone

By Plane

The venue is well connected to Munich’s Franz Josef Strauß Airport. For more details on flights to Munich please refer to www.munich-airport.com.

Shuttle buses will be operating at regular intervals throughout the day. Upon arrival at the airport, simply follow the signs to the shuttle bus stop.

Public Transport

From Munich’s main train station (Hauptbahnhof), take the U2 underground train. It goes straight to the Munich Trade Fair Centre which is located directly next to the ‘Messestadt Ost’ station.

Please note: The train will stop at ‘Messestadt West’ first. Please remain on the train for one further stop until you arrive at ‘Messestadt Ost’.

Further information can be found at Deutsche Bahn AG (German Railways) or MVV Münchner Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund (Munich Regional Train Service).

Munich Train Network

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