The Alte Kongresshalle (Old Congress Hall) has been a center for public and private events since it was built in 1952/53. The venue is located near Theresienwiese in the heart of Munich. Edith-Haberland-Wagner Stiftung renovated the imposing building and modernized its technical setting. The Alte Kongresshalle is now an ideal setting for various kinds of events – and the perfect stage for JS Kongress.
Where to stay?
How to get there
Munich Central Station is the second largest passenger train station in Germany – you can book all connections with Deutsche Bahn’s fixed-price event ticket (available for trips within Germany, click for more information and booking).
From the main station walking distance to the Alte Kongresshalle is only 15 minutes.
Optionally, from Munich Central Station “Hauptbahnhof” you can go by subway. U5 Laimer Platz goes to Schwanthalerhöhe (walking distance to the venue is 4 minutes).
Starting 2019, the DB Event Ticket includes the City Ticket as well (e.g. includes public transport in Munich – find here all information)
At Munich Airport, you’ll enjoy excellent national, inter-European and international flights. Therefore, find all current flight routes along with detailed information on munich-airport.com
From the airport, all trains (S-Bahn) go directly to “Hackerbrücke”, which is the next station to the Alte Kongresshalle. Trip duration is ca. 45 minutes. From there the walking distance to Alte Kongresshalle is 15 minutes.
Optionally, from the airport-train change to the subway at Munich Central Station “Hauptbahnhof”. U5 Laimer Platz goes to Schwanthalerhöhe (walking distance to the venue is 4 minutes).
By public transportation
The venue of the JS Kongress is centrally located in Munich. Therefore you can reach it fast and easily by public transport.
From Munich Central Station “Hauptbahnhof” take the subway. U5 Laimer Platz goes to Schwanthalerhöhe (walking distance to the venue is 4 minutes). Find all connections on mvv-muenchen.de.
Munich’s traffic volume is intense, which is why we would recommend not to come by car. In the Parkopedia you can find parking spaces nearby. The nearest one is “Theresie” in only 6 minutes walking distance.
If you are traveling by car and don’t want to go to the city center, head for a Park & Ride (P+R). Heimeranplatz is the nearest parking space (address: Garmischer Str. 19, 81373 München | price: 1,50 €/24h | public transportation: subways U4 to Theresienwiese and 13 minutes walking distance, or U5 to Schwanthalerhöhe and 4 minutes walk, S7 or Meridian to Hauptbahnhof and a 15 minute walk). More information on P+R on parkundride.de.