Your Way to Gemworld Munich

Gemworld Munich takes place at the Munich Trade Fair Center from October 25th to 27th, 2019.

Due to its central location in Europe and its internationally well connected Airport (MUC), Munich can be reached by plane within max. 2h flight from most European cities.

The following tipps will help you to make your trip to Gemworld Munich quick and easy, wether you’re travelling by rail, air or car.

WHERE TO GO

Gemworld Munich takes place as part of THE MUNICH SHOW at the Munich Trade Fair Center:

Munich Trade Fair Center (Messegelände München)
Entrance EAST

Am Messeturm 4
81829 München
GERMANY

BY CAR

Take the highway A94 (München-Passau), Exit „Feldkirchen“ (Follow the electronic signage “Munich Show“)

Your navigation system lists the Munich Trade Fair Center either as “Ausstellungsgelände”, “Messezentrum” or “Messe”. If possible, please select “Entrance East”.

Exact address: Messegelände – Eingang Ost – Am Messeturm 4 – 81829 München

GPS-Data:
Longitude: 11.695547
Latitude: 48.134962

BY AIR

From Munich Airport either take a taxi to the Trade Fair Center (ask for the fix price: EUR 63,- / app. 35 min.) or go by public transport:

S-Bahn-Line S8 (Direction “Herrsching) from the Airport. Change at „Ostbahnhof“ to S-Bahn S6 (Direction “Grafing”) and change at „Trudering“, to U-Bahn U2 and exit at „Messestadt OST“ (single trip: EUR 11,60 / app. 50 min.)

BY RAIL

From Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) take U-Bahn U2 and exit at „Messestadt Ost“ (single trip EUR 2,90 / app. 25 min.)

ACCOMMODATION & STAY

The city with heart is always worth a stay. After a long day at the show take the chance to get some rest in Munich’s beautiful city center and discover its rich cultural life. Wether you look for a relaxing dinner, want to visit a theater or conquer the dancefloor – Munich offers a bunch of possibilities for every taste.

ACCOMODATION

The Munich Hotels and Hostels offer accomodation for every taste and standard: Close to the fair ground, in the city’s quirrling center, luxurious or simple.

The Munich Tourist Office’s website helps you with it’s own booking tool:
www.muenchen.de/uebernachten

GASTRONOMY

Bavarian food is world-known and Munich’s restaurants offer traditional cuisine in a cosy, Bavarian surrounding. But of course, if you prefer a light dinner, you can find high-class restaurants in Munich.

Here are some tips and addresses around gastronomy:

www.muenchen.de/essen-trinken.html
www.sueddeutsche.de/thema/Restaurants

NIGHTLIFE

If you have the energy to party after a working day at the trade fair, you can really have fun in Munich!

Many bars and clubs invite you to a great night-out!

www.in-muenchen.de/party.html