To facilitate and support travel arrangements of all attendees, this section provides extensive and relevant information on how to travel to automatica in Munich.
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.
Quick and environmentally friendly: The U2 subway line, station “Messestadt West” gives you direct access to the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München.
Please note that your automatica ticket does not entitle you to use any public transport operated by MVV (Munich Transport and Tariff Association) free of charge.
The trade-fair center is located directly on the A 94 motorway—reach it by taking the exit München-Riem (Exit Nr. 5).
Pay as little as EUR 54.90 (one-way) with the Event Ticket*
An excellent offer: use sustainable transport and relax while you travel. Get the best price ticket with Deutsche Bahn. That special extra for you. Your Event Ticket* at a single nationwide price, available at every DB station.
Event Ticket for a single journey, for use only on one specific connection:
(subject to availability)
Event Ticket for single journey, for use on all connections:
Book your ticket online now and to get the guaranteed lowest price. We will provide you with an overview of all rail services on the route you're interested in.
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We wish you a pleasant journey!
* The ticket does not include the entrance to the trade show.
** Online booking is only available 6 months before the trade show.If you have any technical questions regarding the booking process, simply call +49 1806 996644. Our technical hotline is open every day from 08:00 - 20:00. Calls cost EUR 0.20 from a German landline, and max. EUR 0.60 per call from a mobile network.
The second-largest airport in Germany guarantees you excellent continental and intercontinental connections.
Special offer: Discounted travel with Lufthansa Group Airlines
The German airline Lufthansa has a global route network that links together all the major cities in the world.
This offer will be available by the end of 2019.
Our coaches run every 20 minutes, operating non-stop between the airport and automatica trade fair. Each one-way trip takes less than 45 minutes, and your luggage is stowed securely in the large storage compartment.
Where are the departure and arrival points?
There are three departure points at Munich Airport: Terminal 2 (bus park), Terminal 1 (Module A) and the Central Concourse (MAC). Please follow the signs.
When leaving from Munich Exhibition Centre, buses depart from the North Entrance and stop exclusively at the Central Concourse (MAC), from where both terminals are just a few minutes' walk away.
One-way tickets cost EUR 9.00, and return tickets cost EUR 15.00.
If you buy your shuttle bus ticket online, you’ll avoid having to wait at the ticket desk.