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Arrival and stay

Arrival and stay

Getting to the Nuremberg exhibition grounds is quick and easy by car, train, plane, or public transport. There is also a wide range of hotel rooms to choose from near the exhibition grounds, in Nuremberg, and in the surrounding area.

Arriving by train

Arriving by train

Take an ICE, IC, or EC train to Nuremberg's main station (Hauptbahnhof). From there, the U1 subway (toward Langwasser Süd) will bring you to the exhibition grounds in just eight minutes. Train connections to Nuremberg

Taxis are available around the clock at Nuremberg's main station. They can bring you to the exhibition grounds in around 10 minutes.  Nuremberg's taxi dispatch center (only in German)

In Spring 2025, travel specials will be available to you as part of our cooperation with Deutsche Bahn.

Arriving by plane

Arriving by plane

Direct flights to Nuremberg are available from numerous airports. It also doesn't take long to reach the city from various European regions through hubs like Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Zurich. Flight schedule
                   
Traveling from the airport to the exhibition grounds is simple and quick. Nuremberg's airport is located near the city and has a direct subway connection (as well as taxi service) to the exhibition grounds.               

By subway, it takes just 20 minutes to get from the airport to the exhibition grounds. Subway (U-Bahn) connections
                    
A taxi from the airport to the exhibition grounds takes 20 minutes and costs around 25 Euro. Nuremberg's taxi dispatch center (only in German)

Arriving by public transport

Arriving by public transport

The subway line U1 and U11 (toward Langwasser Süd) will take you directly from the main station to the exhibition grounds in just eight minutes. Information on subway (U-Bahn) connections

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Arriving by car

Arriving by car

Nuremberg is located in the heart of southern Germany. Its excellent connections to the country's highway network make it easy to reach the Nuremberg exhibition center in no time by car.

Destination address for your car's navigation system

NürnbergMesse
Karl-Schönleben-Str.
Messeplatz 1
90471 Nürnberg

During the event you can park for a fee at the parking lots "Süd", "Ost", "Süd-Ost 1 and 2".

Upon presenting a valid disability ID, you can use the parking space "VIP Ost 2" near the entrance "NCC Ost" as well as various other parking spaces free of charge.

Park-and-ride is the ideal solution for those who want to avoid rush-hour traffic and the trip to the exhibition grounds, but would rather not leave their car behind entirely.

The Nuremberg area includes 11 park-and-ride facilities with a total of nearly 2,000 parking spaces. With a valid transport pass, you can leave your vehicle at one of these park-and-ride facilities for up to 48 hours and continue on to the exhibition grounds safely and comfortably by bus or train. The following four park-and-ride facilities offer some of the most convenient traffic connections in the Nuremberg area:

  • Bauernfeindstraße (130 spaces)
  • Herrnhütte (490 spaces)
  • Langwasser Süd (300 spaces)
  • Röthenbach (515 spaces)

The greater Nuremberg region features many more park-and-ride facilities near the highways that lead to the city. Here are some examples:

  • Traveling from the north or west (A3, A73): Around 2,000 spaces are available in Erlangen.
  • Traveling from the south (A9): A total of around 500 spaces are available in Allersberg and Feucht.
  • Traveling from the southeast or east (A3, A6): A total of around 500 spaces are available in Altdorf and Feucht.

Parking is free at many of the facilities in the greater Nuremberg region. You will only need to validate your train or S-Bahn ticket to Nuremberg.

For further information on the region's park-and-ride facilities (including overviews of maps, layouts, and connections to and from the facilities), please visit the websites of the VAG und VGN (only in German).

There are three charging stations on the NürnbergMesse site. For the exact locations, please refer to this info sheet on vehicle charging stations.

Arrival to the seminars

Arrival to the seminars & tutorials

Please note that the seminars will take place at the Arvena Park Hotel in Nuremberg, Germany. You can reach the Arvena Park Hotel by car or by train from Nuremberg main station. Take the subway U1 to the "Langwasser Gemeinschaftshaus" station (direction "Langwasser Süd") to reach the hotel.

ARVENA PARK
Das Hotel am Franken-Center
Goerlitzer Str. 51
90473 Nuremberg, Germany

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