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Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is located 80 kilometers north of the Bavarian Alps on the River Isar. With 1.4 million inhabitants, Munich is the largest city in Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. The town scape is characterized by centuries-old buildings and multiple museums. The vibrant and culture-rich metropolis is a major center for higher education, research, technology, and the media. Munich is also known for the annual Oktoberfest and its pubs. The proximity to the Bavarian Alps and the variety of lakes, castles, and leisure activities in the surrounding countryside add to Munich's uniqueness. its urban flair, the rich palette of cultural institutions and the wide variety of leisure activities available attract visitors from all over the world.
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München HBF | Trains and busses at the main station Munich:
There are different options to get to the Hilton Munich Park starting from the main railway station in Munich:
Take the subway U4 (direction Arabellapark) to the stop Prinzregentenplatz, change to bus line 54 (direction Münchner Freiheit) and get off at Am Tucherpark.
Alternatively, you can take Tram 16 (direction Effnerplatz) to the stop Tivolistraße. The venue hotel can then be reached within 400m walking distance.
Munich International Airport::
Munich Airport (MUC) is well-served with direct flights arriving from many cities all over the world.
The airport is located 45 minutes from the city center. In order to reach the center, take the tram line S8 (direction Herrsching).
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