The Alte Kongresshalle (Old Congress Hall) has been a centre for public and private events since it was built in 1952/53. Set in grounds near Theresienwiese at the heart of Munich, the imposing building underwent extensive restoration and technical modernization by the Edith-Haberland-Wagner Stiftung in 2007 and is now an ideal setting where various kinds of individual events can be staged.
The outstanding feature of this heritage-protected and highly versatile event venue is its retro-futuristic architecture. Its severely simple and clean lines are continued throughout the interior and define the unique character of this landmark of Munich culture.
At Munich Airport, you’ll enjoy excellent national, inter-European and international flights. Find all current flight routes along with detailed information about the Munich Airport here: munich-airport.com
From the international airport all trains in all directions will bring you directly to ‚Hackerbrücke‘ next to the Alte Kongresshalle in less than 45 minutes (plus 15 minutes walk to the venue). Or you can change from train to subway U5 at main Station ‘Hauptbahnhof’ in direction of the well known place where the Octoberfest takes place ‘Theresienwiese’.
Arrive right in the center of Munich: Munich’s Central Station is the second largest passenger train station in Germany. Taxis, public transportation, and rental cars can all be found within the Central Station.
Arrival by public transportation
Munich’s public transportation system is fast, reliable and environmentally-friendly: www.mvv-muenchen.de
From Munich’s main railway station Hauptbahnhof, the Alte Kongresshalle is a ten-minute journey by U-Bahn (underground / subway) on the U 4 line in the direction of Westendstraße or the U 5 in the direction of Laimer Platz; in both cases, alight at stop ‚Schwanthalerhöhe‘.
For public transport timetable information and detailed overview of connections for the Alte Kongresshalle, go to the website of the Munich Public Transport Authority atwww.mvv-muenchen.de.
Public parking space is available in walking distance to the convention area: Theresienwiese, at the Heimeranplatz Park & Ride car park at Garmischerstraße 19 or in the public underground car park at Gollierstraße 4. Navigation to the Alte Kongresshalle: Theresienhöhe 15, Munich.
Places to stay in central location, covering the whole price range.
During all breaks we provide drinks and a variety of snacks. Warm lunch is included for all conference attendees only on the first day. If you prefer a warm lunch on the second day, we recommend one of these places nearby!
Wirtshaus am Bavariapark
Authentic Bavarian German cuisine, right around the corner in the same building as the conference.
#bavarian #traditional #beergarden
This modern pan asian place is inspired by the kitchens of Hong Kong, Singapoor and Bangkok. A good alternative for lighter food after a few days full of bavarian pork roast.
#asian #vegetarianoptions #modern
Fast and straight forward lunchtime eatery that features soups in every flavor, from Gulasch to Curry.
#german #soups #vegetarianoptions
A small but highly recommended Café and manufactory of sweet baked goods. If you’re up for dessert or perhaps a pre-conference breakfast, this is the place!
#dessert #breakfast #handmade
Ecco cucina italiana
Comfy Italian cuisine with polite and helpful staff and tasty food like pizza, bruschettas, salads and of course a glas of wine!
#italian #pizza #pasta
Bodhi bar & restaurant
Fabulous vegan restaurant – Bavarian and international cuisine without meat or tons of butter! Great lunch until 2pm, as well as excellent dinner and cocktails after 5pm.
#vegan #hearty #drinks
Historic Munich brewery with a large restaurant attached.
#bavarian #beer #atmosphere
Our amazing supporters help us keep tickets affordable, organize great workshops and welcome our attendees. If you want to be one of them this year, contact us: sponsoring(at)js-kongress.de.