HOLIDAY INN MUNICH – CITY CENTRE
Getting to Holiday Inn Munich – City Centre
From the North
Coming from Nuremberg: A9 to the end. Follow sign Stadtmitte. Take exit Tucherpark. Follow Ifflandstrasse 2km. The Isar appears left side end Steinsdorferstrasse turn left,cross river. Turn right infront of big red brick building into RosenheimerStrasse. Turn right at traffic light after 50m.
From the South
Coming from Salzburg: Follow the A8 to the end of the autobahn, onto Rosenheimer Strasse, crossing the Mittleren Ring. Follow Rosenheimer Strasse for ca. 2 km, straight ahead, until you can see the Hotel on your left hand side. Turn left at the next traffic lights, onto Hochstrasse.
From the East
Coming from Passau, A94 straight onto Einsteinstrasse. Cross Mittleren Ring. Turn left at traffic light, Grillparzerstrasse. Drive straight Orleansstrasse until you reach the Munich Ostbahnhof. Turn right at next traffic lights Rosenheimerstrasse. Turn left at the next traffic light.
From the West
Coming from Lindau: A96 leading to Salzburg. Exit München Sendling. Drive on MittlerenRingSued follow signs Messe, ICM. Take next exit northbound,TegernseerLandstrasse. After crossed railroad bridge, take second street left,Hochstrasse.
- Public underground car park for up to 450 cars. Entrance in Hochstrasse next to filling station.
Off-site Parking – with the elevator directly to the lobby. Parking tickets can be paid for at the Hotel reception if required.
- Cost: EUR 20 per day (24h)
EUR 2.50 per hour
(The prices valid on the day of the event will be charged)
By Subway From International Airport
Coming from the Airport Munich just take the S8 (or S1) and get off at “Rosenheimer Platz” station. Use the exit “Hochstrasse/Gasteig” and follow the signs to the hotel Holiday Inn Munich – City Centre. At the very end of the arcade, some stairs and an elevator lead directly to the hotel lobby.
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Agent for Italian Participants and Sponsors
As Organizers of the International Conference on Lymphocyte Engineering taking place in London, UK from 13-15 September 2019, we entrusted TWT srl, Rome, to collect the applications from the Pharmaceutical Companies for the Italian Ministry of Health agency AIFA procedure, in compliance with the instructions given by the Legislative Order 219 of the 24th April 2006 – art. 124.
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