You can reach the Exhibition Centre Stuttgart easily by car, train, plane or by public transportation. Close to the Exhibition Centre Stuttgart, in the city as well as in the coutryside a high variety of accomodation facilities are offered.
Arriving by train
You can reach Stuttgart´s main train station 'Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof' conveniently from every German city with the following trains: ICE, IC or InterRegio trains. Stuttgart is directly connected to 13 European capitals via the rail network. Please check your personal train connections to Stuttgart.
... continuing by S-Bahn / suburban trains (S-Bahn)
Take the suburban trains S2 or S3 in the direction of "Stuttgart Flughafen/Messe" from the Main Station (Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof) to the new Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre.. Travelling time: 27 minutes. S-Bahn connections
Arriving by plane
The airport terminals are approx. 200 metres from the trade fair site and can easily be reached on foot.
There you also find the suburban trains (S-Bahn) S2 and S3 to Stuttgart main railway station.
Travelling time: 27 minutes.
Arriving by car
The new Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre is 13 kilometres away from Stuttgart city centre and is located directly next door to Stuttgart airport. Please follow the signs towards Messe Stuttgart/airport.
Address for your navigation system
older Systems: 70629 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
Longitude: 9°, 11', 24'' east
Latitude: 48°, 41', 45'' north
From the direction of Stuttgart: Leave the motorway at the “Echterdinger Ei“ junction and go to the access road for airport and trade fair centre. Please follow the guidance system to the car park.
From the direction of Stuttgart or Tuebingen: The car parks at the western edge of the trade fair site are accessible from both directions. The multistorey car park over the A8 motorway is also accessible – please follow the guidance system.
Arriving by public transport
You want to arrive by public transport at the trade fair centre? Nothing easier than that. Trade fair centre, airport and main station are very well connected to the suburban trains network.
From the main railway station to the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre: Take the suburban lines S2 or S3, direction "Flughafen/Messe".
Travelling time: 27 minutes.
Hotels in Stuttgart
Close to the exhibition centre the partner hotels of the EMV 2019 are providing many possibilities for overnight accommodation with special conditions for exhibitors, conference attendees and visitors.
Hotelservice-Deutschland.de is happy to be at your disposal for special questions you may have and will be pleased to provide you with an individualized and non-binding offer.
Phone +49 421 431 808 55
Fax +49 421 431 808 56
City information Stuttgart
Stuttgart is the economic, cultural, sporting and social hub of a region in the heart of Europe with more than 2.5 million inhabitants. Even as visitors come in to land at Stuttgart International Airport, they will be impressed by a fascinating landscape consisting of mountains, woods, vineyards, gardens, meadows and fields. Woods account for almost a quarter of the entire city area.
The state capital of Baden-Württemberg is a cultural attraction that extends beyond regional borders. The State Art Gallery, Bach Academy, Opera House and Ballet Company as well as the musical hall, the Theatre House and Friedrichsbau Varieté are symbols of the cultural diversity of the city.
Stuttgart has a great deal to offer:
- Sprawling parks in the heart of the city
- Monuments and castles with history and tradition
- Internationally renowned art and culture, museums (Porsche and Mercedes Benz, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart and more)
- 19 mineral springs with extensive spa and bathing facilities
- Beautiful landscapes, large forest areas and vineyards extending right into the city centre
- Wide range of international hotels in all categories
- An international airport and ICE (express train) connections,
- modern local public transport system
- Huge selection of traditional restaurants and Swabian hospitality
- First-class shopping facilities
- Administrative centres for international exhibitions,
- congresses and conferences