NUREMBERG

 

The city of Nuremberg (German: Nürnberg) is located in the south of Germany and it is well connected to the European motorway, rail and flight networks, which allow easy access to the Nürnberg Convention Center (NCC). The NCC is connected by subway lines to the main railway station (about eight minutes) and to the airport (about 25 minutes).

Address: NürnbergMesse GmbH, Messezentrum 1, 90471 Nürnberg

Click here for information on visiting the city of Nuremberg.

GETTING TO THE NURNBERG CONVENTION CENTER

 

By Car:

Your navigation system will find the Nürnberg Convention Center by inserting the address: Karl-Schönleben-Strasse, Nuremberg, Germany or if you enter Messezentrum, Nuremberg as a special destination.

 

By Rail:

Nuremberg is also well connected within the railway system. There are four different kinds of trains: ICE (Intercity Express), IC (Intercity), RE or RB (local trains) and the S (commuter train). The ICE trains are the fastest ones which run from Frankfurt am Main and Munich to Nuremberg in only 2 hours and 1 hour, respectively.

For more information on connections within the German railway system (Deutsche Bahn) visit: www.bahn.com.

For more information on local connections and subway lines in and around Nuremberg visit: www.vgn.de/home_engl/.

 

By Plane:

Nuremberg Airport (NUE) offers numerous direct flights from nearly all major European cities (more than 50 European direct connections are available). From overseas, Nuremberg Airport is easily reached by international flights via Frankfurt am Main or Munich. Within Germany, Nuremberg is also excellently connected by national flights. Possibly the most convenient international connection is via Frankfurt Int'l Airport and then onwards by train to Nuremberg. This takes approximately 2.5 hours. 

For more information on connections to the Nuremberg Airport visit: www.airport-nuernberg.de/english

 

 

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