How to arrive
Easy to reach from anywhere in the world
Thanks to its location between the airport and motorway, the trade fair centre has an incomparable traffic infrastructure.
Direct connections to the A8 motorway, the B27 trunk road, the airport, the S-Bahn and, in future, the planned railway station for local and long-distance trains will ensure that visitors and exhibitors will be able to travel quickly and easily to the trade fair centre.
Stuttgart International Airport is located at the heart of Europe. Direct proximity to the exhibition centre makes it easy and convenient to attend the trade fair, even just for one day.
The trade fair and convention facilities are just about 200 metres by foot from the airport terminals.
Stuttgart's main station is connected to 13 European cities and is situated in the city centre.
Please find your specific transport connection at Deutsche Bahn .
Tram line and Bus
The excellent transport links to the new Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre are rapid and easy to use.
Direct urban railway connections to Stuttgart Central Station in just 27 minutes on lines S2 and S3.
Please follow the signs towards Stuttgart Airport. The New Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre is directly connected to the A8 motorway and the B27 trunk road.
Navigation system entry:
Messepiazza / Flughafenstrasse
8,200 parking spaces for trade fair visitors are available directly at the trade fairgrounds. If car parks at the airport are used as well, there is a total of over 15,000 parking spaces available.
As the new Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre is situated outside of Stuttgart city, you will not need an environmental disc for your visit to the trade fair. Please be aware that you will need an emissions disc for a subsequent visit to or an overnight stay in Stuttgart city.
Tips and information about the particulate emissions sticker
Electrical vehicles' charging stations
There are three EnBW charging stations in front of Entrance East. Electric cars and electrically powered two-wheelers (e.g. e-bikes, pedelecs) can be charged here in virtually no time.
Please note that demand for the charging stations is high, and it may not always be possible to charge vehicles.
More information on electromobility at EnBW .