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How to get to ceramitec

To facilitate and support travel arrangements of all attendees, this section provides extensive and relevant information on how to travel to ceramitec in Munich.

You can find information about the opening hours here.

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The following is a compilation of all useful information that visiting professionals and exhibitors from all industries should consider when making their travel plans and arrangements: We have covered every option from flights, train connections and road traffic to public transport infrastructure.

By public transportation

ceramitec: Take the subway line U2 to the stop "Messestadt West", where signs will direct you to the North Entrance. Please follow the signs to ceramitec - to the North/West entrance next to the Parking Garage West.

Please note that your fair ticket does not entitle you to use the public transport for free.

We recommend MVV day tickets (single or group tickets) for multiple trips on the same day.


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Online timetables

Ticket information

More information on how to get there by public transportation

By car

The trade fair center is located directly on the A 94 motorway - accessible via the München-Riem exit (exit no. 5).

There, follow the signs to the trade fair centre. Via Paul-Henri-Spaak-street you will reach the North Entrance of the exhibition grounds, the parking lot P1 North and the parking garage West.


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Detailed directions (PDF, 503 KB)

Google Maps directions

More information on how to get there by car and where to park

Munich environmental zone / particulate sticker

Vehicular access to the whole of Munich’s city center within the Mittlerer Ring (middle ring) is now only permitted with a yellow or green particulate sticker. The middle ring itself is not part of the environmental zone. A sticker is mandatory for all domestic and foreign cars, buses, recreational vehicles and HGVs wishing to enter the environmental zone – whether diesel or gasoline vehicles. Infringing this regulation will incur a EUR 100 fine and one penalty point on your license. Environmental stickers can be obtained from all vehicle licensing offices as well as from TÜV and DEKRA.

Parking/cars

Exhibitors can park at the designated exhibitor car parks P1 North and P3/P4 and in the Parking Garage West. This requires you to have obtained a long-term parking permit for the car. You can order this permit online in the exhibitor shop up until two weeks before the trade fair begins. Parking permits which for reasons of time can no longer be posted, and other permits, may be collected or purchased at the APCOA counter at the Parking Garage West on Monday June 20, 2022, between 09:00 and 18:00 and on Tuesday June 21, 2022 between 08:00 and 12:00.

By train

Taking the train to Munich to attend ceramitec is convenient, safe and environmentally friendly. You will need around 20 minutes from Munich central sation.


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Voyage plannung and tickets

More information on how to get there by train

By plane

The second-largest airport in Germany guarantees you excellent continental and intercontinental connections.


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All current flight routes

More information on how to get there and the Munich Airport

Exhibitors and visitors of trade fairs can enter Germany

Taxi

Tel. (+49 89) 949 - 1 94 10

Fairgrounds map and hall diagram for ceramitec

The ceramitec hall diagram faciliates orientation for all attendees.

Fairgrounds map and hall diagram
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