Landmarks and places to see in Munich
The Viktualienmarkt is divided into seven divisions: Department I. This area is characterized by the fruit market , in which seven dealers rotate weekly with their umbrella stands, the cheese and game dealers and a small well.
Olympiapark in Munich was the venue for the XX Olympic Games in 1972. To this day, it is a venue for sporting events and cultural, social, religious and ideological events as well as church services. Until November 2015, more than 11,500 events with more than 200 million visitors took place in the 85 hectare park.
Nymphenburg Castle is located in the west of Munich. It is one of the great royal castles in Europe and spans on 632 meters. For centuries, the castle was the summer residence of the Wittelsbach family. One wing still serves as a residence for Franz Duke of Bavaria.
Marienplatz is the central square in Munich city centre and the beginning of the pedestrian zone.
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
The Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Münche is a university in the Bavarian capital Munich. It was founded in Ingolstadt in 1472 and named after its founder, Duke Ludwig IX, and the Bavarian King Maximilian I Joseph.
Trade Fair Visit is not a regular Business Trip. You still need a Flight Ticket and if lucky you chose from two or more air carriers. Transport is bookable the same way, no matter if it is a Train or Car hire or a Transfer. Travel insurance is nowadays just a click away, but here comes the difference – the Hotel accommodation. You check a few online accommodation web sites, but the same hotel you booked last time is either much more expensive or not available. EXPOROOMS constantly monitors the hotel rates and availability during the busiest Exhibitions and Fairs. We do not promise to cut the regular hotel rates twice, what we deliver to our clients are the best available hotel offers that the fair host city hides.