The local currency is EUR.
Electricity in Munich is 220 volts, 50 Hertz. Power points take the standard continental European two round pins. There is no on/off switch bottom.
EAACI will not be held liable for personal injuries or loss of or damage to property incurred by participants at the SAM 2019. Participants are encouraged to purchase insurance to cover loss incurred in the event of cancellation, medical expenses or damage to or loss of personal effects when traveling outside of their own countries. EAACI cannot be held liable for any hindrance or disruption of the SAM 2019, proceedings arising from natural, political, social or economic events or other unforeseen incidents beyond its control.
Registration of a participant implies acceptance of this condition. The materials presented at this continuing medical education activity are made available for educational purposes only.
The official language of the meeting is English.
The time zone in Munich is CEST (Central European Summer Time).
Meals and Coffees
Daily coffee/tea and lunch on Friday are included in the registration fee.
Mobile Phone Policy
Please respect the meeting policy and keep mobile phones on silent in all meeting rooms, the Exhibition Hall and Poster Area.
Photography and Video
Kindly respect that photography and video recording in the session rooms is strictly forbidden.
The city of Munich has a well-developed public transport network. It consists of a network of underground (U-Bahn), suburban trains (S-Bahn), trams and buses. Subway stations are marked with signs showing a white “U” on a blue background. The S-Bahn suburban lines are marked with a white “S” on a green background. Tram and bus stops are marked with a green “H” inside a green circle on a yellow background.
All S-Bahn suburban lines go through the city center and connect Munichs Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) to East Station (Ostbahnhof) with popular tourist destinations like Marienplatz and Karlsplatz in between.
The same ticket is valid for all these forms of public transportation.You don’t need different tickets, if you move from train to tram to bus.
Tickets can be purchased at the blue vending machines, found at U- and S-Bahn-stations, at many tram and bus stops and newspaper kiosks.
The international access code for Germany is +49.