Munich, the host city of mobil.TUM 2024

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Munich is a dynamic, ever-evolving city overflowing with beautiful and diverse neighborhoods, squares, and streets. It’s also a hub for innovative initiatives, groundbreaking ideas, and cutting-edge technologies that are paving the way for the "Future of Urban Space and Mobility".

Munich Marienplatz
Englischer Garten
TUM Thierschturm

Currently, Munich is hosting the IAA Mobility 2023, an event showcasing the latest mobility solutions. But the excitement doesn't stop there. In April 2024, Munich will be the host city of mobil.TUM 2024, a conference that rigorously examines the ever-evolving landscape of urban space and mobility through a scientific lens.

But what has Munich to offer? 

Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, Germany, is a vibrant and historic metropolis known for its rich culture, stunning architecture, and a blend of tradition and modernity. Let’s look at some of Munich’s top highlights:  

1. Quality of Life: Munich consistently ranks high in global quality of life indices. It's known for its safety, healthcare, education, and overall standard of living.

2. Transportation: Munich boasts an efficient public transportation system, including an extensive network of trams, buses, and a subway system.

3. Green Spaces: Munich is blessed with ample green spaces and parks. The English Garden (Englischer Garten) is one of the largest urban parks in the world, perfect for relaxing strolls or picnics.

4. Education and Technology: Munich is home to several renowned universities and research institutions, making it a hub for education and innovation. The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is among the leading universities globally 😉

5. Economic Center: Munich shines as a prominent economic hub, housing the headquarters of influential corporations like Siemens, Allianz, and various others.

6. Historical Significance: The city has a long and storied history. You can explore historic sites such as the Nymphenburg Palace, the Marienplatz (the central square), and the iconic Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Dear Lady).

7. Cultural Hub: Munich is home to numerous world-class museums, galleries, and theaters. The city is famous for the Pinakotheken art museums, the Deutsches Museum (one of the world's oldest and largest science museums), and the Residenz, a former royal palace.

8. Culinary Delights: Bavarian cuisine is hearty and delicious. Don't miss trying classics like Weisswurst (white sausage), pretzels, and various schnitzel dishes. And, of course, pair your meal with some local beer.

9. Festivals and Events: Apart from the famous Oktoberfest, Munich hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating everything from film (Munich Film Festival) to art (Long Night of Museums).


Munich's unique blend of culture, history, and innovation makes it a fascinating city to visit, offering something for everyone, whether you're interested in art and culture, technology, or simply enjoying a high quality of life.

Join the #mobilTUM2024 conference and learn about the latest scientific results on Mobility while exploring Munich!