The workshops on June 29th and 30th will take place on the main campus of Technische Universität München, the main conference on July 1st and 2nd will take place in Kolpinghaus München. The venue is located in the center of Munich, within walking distance to the main train station (Hauptbahnhof) and the pedestrian streets and the central square (Marienplatz) in the heart of the city. Kolpinghaus offers a large ball room (Festsaal) and several other seminar and conference rooms with modern facilities.
Munich is Germany’s third largest city and the capital of the state of Bavaria. It is located on the river Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is known for beautiful architecture, fine culture and a relaxed way of life with a unique southern flair. Its beer gardens make it particularly attractive in the summer. The nearby Alps provide ample opportunities for outdoor activities and its cultural scene and museums attract many visitors year-round. Munich is also a major international center of business, engineering and science. It has an efficient public transport system of buses, trams, subways and local trains, which makes reaching every part of the city fast and easy. Summers in the city are usually warm and pleasant with an average maximum of about 24 °C (75 °F). You can find more information about Munich in general at its official website.