By airplane

The Nuremberg International Airport offers non-stop flights to over 70 destinations such as Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Milan, London, Paris and Zurich. In addition, the Nuremberg Airport is well connected with two of the most important European hub airports (Frankfurt and Munich). The readers of the Business Traveller magazine have frequently chosen the Nuremberg Airport as the “Best German Airport” and it has also been awarded with the coveted “Business Traveller Award”.


By car

Nuremberg is excellently connected and can be approached from all directions via the European route network. Europe’s leading traffic and parking guidance system also guarantees a stress free journey by dynamic routing of the incoming traffic to the parking lots within walking distance to the NCC East.

There are parkings slots in the “Große Straße”. The fee is 9 EUR per day and car.


By train

Nuremberg is the hub of the European high-speed rail network, with hourly ICE trains from/in all directions.


Public Transportation

The public transportation system is really easy and practical in Nuremberg. 23 S-Bahn-, underground- and tram-lines and approx. 470 bus routes creating an efficient network. The underground-lines connect the trade fair ground with an own station with the main station and the city center in about 8 min. journey. The airport is just 20 min. far away.

How to reach the NCC Ost

Take the underground U2 from the airport to the main station (15 min) and change onto the underground U1 or U11 to the station “Messe” (8 min). From there please take the shuttle busses to the entrance of the NCC Ost.

The ticket for the public transportation system VGN for the zones City Nuremberg/Fürth/ Stein (zones 100/200) is included in the registration fees. The ticket is valid from 26 May to 29 May 2015.

Here you can plan your journey.