KlinikumInnenstadt

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Getting to our Rooms at the Klinikum Innenstadt

Address and Contact Details

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Chirurgische Klinik und Poliklinik - Innenstadt, AG CAS
Nussbaumstr. 20
80336 München
Room: C2.06
Tel.: +49 89 5160-3615
Tel.: +49 89 5160-3635
Tel.: +49 89 5160-3632
Fax: +49 89 5160-3630
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Getting There By Car

There is very limited payed parking available and no free parking at all. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to use public transport.

Getting There By Train

If you come to Munich by train, you do not even need to use public transport. The hospital is within walking distance (10min) from the central station:
  • When reaching the end of tracks, head right to the south exit of the station.
  • After leaving the station, cross Bayerstr. and continue southwards on Goethestr.
  • After approx. 500m, turn left on Nussbaumstr.
  • Cross Schillerstr. and continue on Nussbaumstr.
  • After approx. 100m you will reach the main entrance of Chirurgische Klinik on the left side. There is also a heliport close to the entrance.
  • Inside the building look for Station 3, which is in the second floor. In the same floor you'll find our room C2.06.

By Public Transport

  • Use subway lines U1/7, U2/8, U3, or U6 to Sendlinger Tor.
  • Exit the station to Nussbaumstr.
  • Walk along Nussbaumstr.
  • After approx. 500m you will reach the main entrance of Chirurgische Klinik on the right side. There is also a heliport close to the entrance.
  • Inside the building look for Station 3, which is in the second floor. In the same floor you'll find our room C2.06.

In the case you don't find the way, please ask the desk officer at the entrance desk ("Pforte") at Chirurgische Klinik, Nussbaumstr. 20 to call us (3615). We will then pick you up there.


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