AES Munich 2009 - How To Get To The M,O,C,
The M,O,C, is perfectly linked to the German motorway system and therefore easy to reach by car: From the A9 motorway take the exit München-Freimann, turn into Heidemannstrasse and, after about 500 m, turn left into Lilienthalallee.
A 9 motorway: The complete superstructures of the Freimann bridge are currently being rebuilt. Please remember to set off for M,O,C, in good time and take note of the latest traffic reports.
Via navigation system to the M,O,C,:
Depending on the navigation system you are using, you'll find the M,O,C, in the category "Ausstellungsgelände" (show grounds) or under the keyword "MOC".
When coming from Munich, simply follow the road signs to M,O,C, - these will guide you to the M,O,C,. There is parking space for 1,500 cars in the underground garage at the M,O,C,.
Low emission zone Munich: Emissions sticker required to drive in downtown Munich
As of October 1, 2008, the city of Munich is a low emission zone. So-called Emissions Stickers (red, yellow or green) are required to drive in the low emission zone. This also applies to anyone visiting the city. Beginning in October 2008, all streets located inside the "Mittlerer Ring" are considered to be in the low emission zone, for which a sticker is required. The "Mittlerer Ring" itself is not in the low emission zone.
Due to this change, Messe München International and DEKRA have set up a service point for exhibitors and visitors. Emissions stickers may be purchased at DEKRA for EUR 5.00.
DEKRA Automobil GmbH
Ban on truck/lorry traffic in Munich
Effect on vehicles making deliveries to the trade-fair center:
From Munich Central Station it will take you about 16 minutes to get to the M,O,C,. When you arrive at the Central Station, take the S-Bahn (urban railway) to Marienplatz (2nd stop). Then change to the U6 underground (Fröttmaning/Garching-Forschungszentrum line) to Kieferngarten. From there it is about a 5-minute walk to the M,O,C,.
You will find detailed information about railway connections within Germany at reiseauskunft.bahn.de.
You will find timetable information for Munich's Public Transport system (MVV) at www.mvv-muenchen.de.
Germany's second-biggest airport guarantees excellent continental and intercontinental air connections. It is only a 20-minute drive by car from the airport to the M,O,C, Order and Event Center in the north of Munich.
It is also easy to reach by public transport.
Just beneath the central area of Munich Airport there is the urban railway (S-Bahn) station of lines S1 and S8. Every 10 minutes there is a S-Bahn service to the city centre.
From the airport to the M,O,C, you can choose between 2 routes:
Option 1 - S1, U6: Take the S1 from the airport to Marienplatz. There you change to the underground U6 (Fröttmaning/Garching-Forschungszentrum line) to Kieferngarten. From there it is a 5-minute walk to the M,O,C,.
Option 2 - S8, U6: Take the S8 from the airport to Marienplatz. There you change to the underground U6 (Fröttmaning/Garching-Forschungszentrum line) to Kieferngarten. From there it is about a 5-minute walk to the M,O,C,.
Fare: We recommend to use a day ticket (EUR 9).
You will find information about Munich Airport and flight connections at www.munich-airport.de.
Comfortable, fast, safe and environment-friendly: It only takes about 12 minutes to reach the M,O,C, from the city centre by underground.