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Arriving by air   Arriving by rail

Düsseldorf International Airport offers you ideal direct connections to 180 destinations in 50 countries on four continents. The state-of-the-art complex, including a brand-new terminal building, is served by 77 airlines. With 625 take-offs and landings every day, Düsseldorf International ranks as one of the region's key transportation hubs.

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Taking a Deutsche Bahn train is a relaxing, reasonably priced, environmentally friendly way of getting to the trade fair city of Düsseldorf. The central railway station at Konrad-Adenauer-Platz is located right in Düsseldorf's city center and is one of the most cutting-edge facilities in Europe.

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Arriving by bus and tram   Arriving by taxi

Travelling by bus and tram is an easy and relaxed way to get to our exhibition venue. The Rheinbahn public transport network covers 1,400 km, reaching virtually every corner of the city. It's highly likely that there's a stop just a stone's throw from where you're staying.

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Düsseldorf has the second-highest concentration of taxis anywhere in Germany. So you'll have no trouble hailing a cab any time, day or night, to get you safely to your destination.

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Arriving by car   Arriving by caravan / mobile home

North Rhine-Westphalia has a closely-woven autobahn network where almost all routes lead to Düsseldorf - and the Trade Fair Center. You can't really go wrong - especially as Messe Düsseldorf ist clearly signed wherever you look.

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Heading for the show aboard your travel trailer or mobile home? You'll have space to spare when you park! We have over 600 bays with powerpoints all ready and waiting.

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