Public transport

S-Bahn (suburban rail) and shuttle bus

For large public trade fairs and specialist trade fairs the shuttle bus line 78 operates between Degerloch and the trade fair grounds. You can reach Degerloch via the rail lines U5, U6 or U8, with the cog railway or from the vicinity with the bus, from the bus stop Degerloch/B27 (north side of Löffelstrasse) line 78 then takes you directly to the trade fair centre (West bus terminal).

Arrival by S-Bahn

The trade fair and congress grounds can be reached easily and quickly thanks to the good transport connections. From Stuttgart central station travel with the S2 or S3 in the direction of 'Flughafen' (airport) (Filderstadt) / Messe Stuttgart.

The journey time between Stuttgart central station and Messe Stuttgart is 27 minutes. The S-Bahn operates from the central station from 04.55 (or 05.25 on Sundays and public holidays) until 00.25 and runs every 10 to 20 minutes.

The S-Bahn (urban rail) runs from Messe Stuttgart in the direction of central station between 05.08 (or 05.48 on Sundays and public holidays) and 00.08.

More information can be found here:

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undefined VVS - Important event locations: Messe Stuttgart


Plans to download:

 S-Bahn route network
 route network for the Messe
route network plan for bus and rail to the airport and Messe

 Night bus routes
Schematic diagram of the SSb and VRS night buses, which operate the VVW traffic region on weekends

 rail network for passengers with restricted mobility
VVS rail network with information for passengers with restricted mobility

 Rail network with P+R stations
VVS rail network with information on PARK + RIDE

 Traffic route plan for Stuttgart city centre
The traffic route plan provided also contains the location of important buildings, in addition to showing the various routes.

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