Munich

The capital city of Bavaria is situated in beautiful pre-alpine countryside and offers its visitors an abundance of art, culture, architecture and leisure-time enjoyment.

Munich is a city of 1.5 million inhabitants, a commercial hub, the seat of two excellent universities, world-renowned orchestras, international trade fairs, and a regular influx of tourists from all over the world. Yet for all that Munich is an easy-going city, a virtue it has retained while evolving from being the small capital of the Bavarian kingdom to a friendly and cosmopolitan metropolis. It has a relaxed air with well-developed sense of style, yet wholeheartedly embraces the colourful local lore and rituals.

An established congress destination
Munich is known for successful congresses thanks to its broad range of event facilities and experienced trade fair organizers, providing the ideal framework for a very special conference. More than 500 different event locations offer a wide variety of options for congresses, incentives and events in an exceptional and unique setting.

Leading in research, science and medicine
Munich enjoys an outstanding international reputation as a center of excellence in medical research, diagnostics and therapy. This does not come as a surprise in a city of top-ranking universities and life-science enterprises. About 100,000 students attend Munich’s two prestigious universities. Munich’s research institutes for natural and biosciences, run by the Max-Planck Society or the Fraunhofer Society, as well as its municipal hospitals, have turned the city into a center for life sciences and health care.

The ideal setting for conferences
A broad range of hotel rooms to match every preference and budget ensure a relaxing stay, with approximately 5,000 restaurants and bars to suit every taste. They characterise Munich as a congress and conference metropolis together with the “soft” attributes of art and culture, exciting event locations, and the attractive surrounding areas which also lend themselves to customised social programmes for delegates and accompanying guests.

Munich combines the splendour of an historic royal residence with the vitality of a modern high-tech location, blending a pulsating metropolitan life with charming countryside. Visitors are soon captivated by the flair of the city center, whether from visiting the spectacular museums and art collections or strolling through its vast parks. The city is a first-rate congress destination: Welcome to Munich – one of the most beautiful congress cities in the world!