ICE Europe takes place at Messe München and is easily accessible by train, car, plane and public transport.
Hotels & Accommodation
Accommodation of all standards can be booked via our partner HotelMap on their website. There you can also find the option to email or chat with the HotelMap team for further assistance.
How to reach us
Not sure how to get to the exhibition grounds? We have all the information you need.
As a hub for international train routes, Munich is connected directly to many European capitals via the rail network.
Visit the Deutsche Bahn website to enquire about connections and book tickets online.
The station for the exhibition grounds is "München Messestadt Ost", for Munich central station search for "München Hauptbahnhof".
There are plenty of parking spaces available for visitors.
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 to the exhibition grounds will be operating at regular intervals on all show days. Upon arrival at the airport, simply follow the signs to the shuttle bus stop. Tickets can be purchased directly on the bus or online and travel time is about 45 mins (depending on traffic). Exhibitors, FMG members, press representatives and organisers can use the shuttle bus free of charge upon presentation of their ticket.
By Public Transport
You can reach the exhibition grounds quickly and easily via the local transport network.
For detailed information, including a journey planner, ticket prices and an app, please visit the website of MVV, the local transport provider.
The stop closest to the entrance for inter airport Europe is "München, Messestadt Ost". Travel time from Munich central station to the exhibition grounds is about 25 minutes by U-Bahn (subway).
Please note: The U-Bahn will stop at "München, Messestadt West" first. Please remain on the train for one further stop until you arrive at "München, Messestadt Ost".
We recommend initiating your visa arrangements well in advance to ensure you obtain your visa before the start of the exhibition. Applications can be made as early as six months before the time of travel.
Is a visa required?
Check visa requirements for Germany.
Need an invitation letter?
The German Foreign Office has informed the German Embassy and Consulate Visa Sections all over the world that, effective 24 July 2013, an official invitation letter from the trade fair organiser is no longer required when applying for a trade fair visa. Furthermore, foreign exhibitors at German trade fairs who present an official exhibitor pass are exempt from the visa fee.
If your visa type requires supporting documentation to your visa application, such as an invitation letter, please contact the Show Team.
Please note that, due to legal reasons, we are not authorised to carry out any visa applications on behalf of others, nor do we accept any financial or organisational responsibility for travel arrangements.