Getting to Munich
The international airport Munich is located about 40 km northeast of Munich. Munich airport is served by the S-Bahn, a fast urban railway. It runs every 10 to 20 minutes except from 1:00am to 5:00am. The trip to the city of Munich takes 40 minutes and costs roughly Euro 7,-. The rates for a cab are approximately Euro 50,-.
The main railway station of Munich (Hauptbahnhof) is located in the center of Munich.
The workshop will take place at Technische Universität München. The conference room is in a lecture room at the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum.
Electricity in Germany is 220 volts. Foreign appliances could require an adapter.
The euro is the local currency.
Credit cards / Cash machines
Germany is unusual in that it has a relatively low level of credit card usage compared to other European countries, with many people preferring to pay in cash. As elsewhere, the most common cards in Germany are Eurocard/Mastercard and Visa, however credit cards are not accepted everywhere. Check a shop's door for a sticker showing which credit cards are accepted or ask. If you have a PIN for your credit card, you can use it to withdraw money from ATMs, but watch out for the charges as these can be high.