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The Olympic Park in Munich is an International event centre, sports and recreational park and tourist attraction globally recongised. With its unique architectural buildings, the Olympic park has already admitted more than 220 million registered visitors, and hosted more than 14.450 sports, cultural and commercial events.
This page will offer participants information on how to arrive, where to stay and go. For more information you can also visit www.muenchen.de
Munich is the capital of the State of Bavaria. According to Invest in Bavaria, the state is home to 1100 organisations involved in the automotive value chain, employing more than 203,000 people.
The state is home to several major automotive organisations like Audi, BMW, MAN, Siemens and EDAG. In addition, the headquarters of the DLR (The German Aerospace Centre) is based in Munich.
With a population of 1,558,395, it is the third-largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, the 11th-largest city in the European Union. The city's metropolitan region is home to 6 million people.
Unimposingly embedded into the lovely landscape of the park under gentle meadows and lawns: two concrete arches mellowly oscilliated lead the path down into the underground to the Small Olympic Hall which has been designed by the famous Munich architectural office Auer + Weber and which has developed to a most demanded and highly respected location in the Olympic Park.
The elegant venue is located between the Olympic Hall and the Olympic Swimming Pool, in the very heart of the Olympic Park. A generous array of windows and glass provides the hall with an abundance of natural light.
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Covid - 19
Due to COVID 19, the event and venues will be subject to both Federal and State Laws of Germany and Bavaria.
All participants will be required to wear an FFP2 mask, be fully vaccinated or provide a negative test result taken no more than 48 hrs before entering the venue.
In addition, several rules, precautions and guidelines have been listed in our hygiene concept. Please note that additional requirements or restrictions may be added when required by law.
All participants must adhere to the hygiene concept.
U3 via Olympiazentrum
Tram 20 and 21
stop Olympiapark West
Citybus 144 stop Spiridon-Louis-Ring, Olympiasee, Olympiaberg
Citybus 173 stop Olympiazentrum, Olympia-Eissportzentrum, Petuelring
Citybus 177 and 178 stop Petuelring
Arrive by Car
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- Thu, Nov 10Querétaro Centro de Congresos
- Tue, Nov 29München