Few events bring together as many different people as trade fairs, congresses or conferences. Foreign languages mix with cultural differences, different religions and food preferences. At events in Munich, everyone enjoys the typical Bavarian way of life, the cordiality, the regional specialities and curiosities. Here, people are simply international - and Bavarian charm is naturally part of that.
At last, travel is picking up again. This summer, Lufthansa is stationing four additional long-haul aircraft of the ultra-modern, low-emission Airbus A350 type at its Munich hub. Lufthansa has now added the long-haul destinations San Diego, Rio de Janeiro and Bangkok to its flight offerings from Munich. Lufthansa is also reintroducing two more North American destinations, Toronto and Washington. United Airlines is planning six daily flights to the USA: Denver, Houston, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington and New York (Newark). American Airlines and Delta resume daily flights to Charlotte, Detroit and Atlanta. Emirates flies to Dubai, Qatar Airways to Doha, Etihad Airways to Abu Dhabi, Kuwait Airways to Kuwait City, Oman Air to Muscat and Saudi Arabian Airlines to Jeddah and Riyadh
With their Australian roots, Adina Hotels not only bring international flair to Munich, but also the lifestyle from Down Under. The Adina Hotel Munich, opening in October 2021, is located on the upper floors of a light-flooded high-rise building near the Ostbahnhof. As the highest hotel in the city, it offers fantastic views as far as the Alps. Like Australia, Adina hotels stand for plenty of space and comfort, an international atmosphere and a warm and relaxed attitude to life. In the spacious studios and flats, guests can cater for themselves if required. At the same time, they benefit from the 4-star hotel services such as 24-hour reception, room service, restaurant and bar including a roof terrace as well as a wellness area with fitness room and pool. Located directly in the Werksviertel-Mitte, the hotel is surrounded by a creative and lively neighbourhood. By the way: In keeping with the Australian origins of Adina Hotels, the casual fine dining restaurant Fitzroy on the 14th floor serves modernly interpreted Australian cuisine, inspired by Asian as well as European culinary culture.
The cosy Bavarian event location of the Parkhotel Egerner Höfe in Rottach-Egern on Lake Tegern offers the ideal setting for events or glittering celebrations - just over 50 kilometres south of Munich city centre: set against the backdrop of the Tegernsee Valley, the Egerner Alm with its lots of old wood, rustic décor and rustic ambience is the perfect location for a Bavarian evening among friends or colleagues. International guests and business partners in particular will find a touch of Bavarian tradition here - in combination with regionally inspired food, Bavarian delicacies or traditional Reindl menus. On request, there are traditional alphorn players or Goaßlschnalzer to tap the local Tegernsee beer.
The Munich hotels The Westin Grand Munich, Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotel and Aloft Munich are part of the global hotel chain Marriott International. With a wide range of meeting rooms, the Munich hotels offer the right setting for any meeting, from small meeting rooms with fixed seating to separable and combinable rooms to a magnificent ballroom. Flexibility also applies to catering: for incentives from India, for example, the kitchens can be used by Indian caterers. For Arab guests, the opening hours of the restaurants are extended during Ramadan and Arabic halal dishes are offered. 278 employees from 49 nations individually cater to the wishes of their guests. The location of the hotels is ideal for exploring the Bavarian metropolis: The Westin Grand Munich and the Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotel are only a few minutes away from the English Garden, while the Aloft Munich is located in the heart of the city opposite the main railway station.
3,500 national and international congresses in 20 European countries since 1969 - this is the current balance sheet of Interplan Congress, Meeting & Event Management AG. Of these, 70 international events with around 165,000 participants have been organised in Munich alone since 2010, such as the Congress of the European Society for Cardiology, the Congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists or the International Conference on Very Large Data Bases. Interplan's 100 employees, many of whom have an international background, are therefore able to attract an international audience to the Bavarian capital. Interplan is currently applying together with the city of Munich, the International Congress Center Messe München and the national professional associations from Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the WCD World Congress of Dermatology 2027, a congress with almost 15,000 participants from all over the world that takes place every four years. The decision will be made at the WCD in Singapore in 2023.