Getting there

There are many different ways to make your journey to Hamburg as pleasant as possible. Everything is excellently accessible. Whether you are coming by plane, travelling on the regional and local transport network, driving a car or a bicycle: here everything can be reached within a very short time.

The congress venue Hamburg Messe is centrally located in the Hanseatic city and linked to the Congress Center Hamburg (CCH). The transport connection is excellent: the ICE train station Dammtor is within walking distance and the airport is only ten km or a 20-minute taxi ride away. The entrances of the exhibition hall also have direct connections to underground and S-Bahn lines, making this connected venue the ideal place to host an international event.

Messe Hamburg Entrance East
St. Petersburger Str. 1, 20355 Hamburg
Germany

Click here for more information about the congress venue

More information about your accommodation options in Hamburg to follow.

Getting there

There are many different ways to make your journey to Hamburg as pleasant as possible. Everything is excellently accessible. Whether you are coming by plane, travelling on the regional and local transport network, driving a car or a bicycle: here everything can be reached within a very short time.

The congress venue Hamburg Messe is centrally located in the Hanseatic city and linked to the Congress Center Hamburg (CCH). The transport connection is excellent: the ICE train station Dammtor is within walking distance and the airport is only ten km or a 20-minute taxi ride away. The entrances of the exhibition hall also have direct connections to underground and S-Bahn lines, making this connected venue the ideal place to host an international event.

Messe Hamburg Entrance East
St. Petersburger Str. 1, 20355 Hamburg
Germany

Click here for more information about the congress venue

More information about your accommodation options in Hamburg to follow.

Arrival by public transport

Public transport in Hamburg is provided by the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV). Experience Hamburg by bus, train or harbour ferry. And that in a comfortable, sustainable and inexpensive way. Without traffic jams and searching for a parking space.
Personal schedule for HVV to Messe Entrance East

Arrival by train

Dammtor mainline station is just a few steps away. It links Hamburg Messe directly with the mainline rail network of Deutsche Bahn, including ICE high-speed trains, thus connecting it with the international rail system. It is only 8 minutes’ walk from Dammtor station to Messe Entrance East. If you arrive at Hamburg Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), it is only one station from there to Dammtor station (for the East Entrance), by S-Bahn S21 (towards Elbgaustrasse). That is just two minutes on the train.

Arrival by car

You will find up to 3,500 parking spaces in our multi-storey car parks Mitte (Lagerstraße), Underground Car Park East (Bei den Kirchhöfen), Car Park West (Lagerstraße, behind Hall A3) and Heiligengeistfeld (Feldstraße / Glacischaussee). Detailed information on the individual parking options you will find here. As not all parking spaces are permanently available and to avoid traffic jams at peak times, we recommend using public transport of the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV).

Arrival by bike

StadtRAD Hamburg is the flexible, fast and inexpensive way to get from A to B. StadtRAD stations are located all over Hamburg. One of the stations is directly at the Messe entrance east and another one at the rail station Dammtor. Using the app, it only takes a moment to select and hire a bike. Here you will get all useful information about StadtRAD Hamburg.

Arrival by plane

The modern airport is located around 10 km from the Hamburg Messe in the northern district of Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel. The best flight connections can be found on the Hamburg Airport website. The terminals at Hamburg Airport have direct connections to the route network of the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV). This means that you can quickly get from the airport to Hamburg City after landing without changing planes.

Arrival by public transport

Public transport in Hamburg is provided by the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV). Experience Hamburg by bus, train or harbour ferry. And that in a comfortable, sustainable and inexpensive way. Without traffic jams and searching for a parking space.
Personal schedule for HVV to Messe Entrance East

Arrival by train

Dammtor mainline station is just a few steps away. It links Hamburg Messe directly with the mainline rail network of Deutsche Bahn, including ICE high-speed trains, thus connecting it with the international rail system. It is only 8 minutes’ walk from Dammtor station to Messe Entrance East. If you arrive at Hamburg Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), it is only one station from there to Dammtor station (for the East Entrance), by S-Bahn S21 (towards Elbgaustrasse). That is just two minutes on the train.

Arrival by car

You will find up to 3,500 parking spaces in our multi-storey car parks Mitte (Lagerstraße), Underground Car Park East (Bei den Kirchhöfen), Car Park West (Lagerstraße, behind Hall A3) and Heiligengeistfeld (Feldstraße / Glacischaussee). Detailed information on the individual parking options you will find here. As not all parking spaces are permanently available and to avoid traffic jams at peak times, we recommend using public transport of the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV).

Arrival by bike

StadtRAD Hamburg is the flexible, fast and inexpensive way to get from A to B. StadtRAD stations are located all over Hamburg. One of the stations is directly at the Messe entrance east and another one at the rail station Dammtor. Using the app, it only takes a moment to select and hire a bike. Here you will get all useful information about StadtRAD Hamburg.

Arrival by plane

The modern airport is located around 10 km from the Hamburg Messe in the northern district of Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel. The best flight connections can be found on the Hamburg Airport website. The terminals at Hamburg Airport have direct connections to the route network of the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV). This means that you can quickly get from the airport to Hamburg City after landing without changing planes.

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