ETTC 2024 will be hosted in the NCC Nuremberg Convention Center - Hall 2, as part of the SENSOR+TEST 2024 fair. Entrance is on NCC Mitte.
The NCC Nuremberg Convention Center is connected by underground to the rail station and airport. The NCC underground station is designed so that you can reach the site without getting your feet wet during rainy weather. As the secret of good service lies in the details - as everyone knows - there is also a separate taxi lane up to the covered entrance.
Travelling by plane
There are non-stop flights to Nuremberg airport from the major European capitals. But if you travel for further away, choose one of the international airports of Munich, Frankfurt, Zurich, Amsterdam or Paris.
Nuremberg airport is close to the city and the Nuremberg Convention Center offers an underground connection to the airport.
Take the U2 line from the airport, change to U1 (direction Langwasser Süd) at the main rail station then direct to the exhibition. Journey time approx. 20 minutes.
Travelling by train
Nuremberg is a junction on the European high-speed rail network. ICE, EC and IC at hourly intervals ensure optimum accessibility. The journey from the main rail station to the Nuremberg Convention Centre by underground line number 1 (direction Langwasser Süd) takes only another eight minutes.
Travelling by car
Nuremberg is centrally located in the Southern German and Central European motorway network. A well-developed network of short feeder roads provides fast access from the motorways, city and region to the exhibition centre. A leading traffic and parking guidance system in Europe ensures convenient travel.
Your navigation system will find the Nuremberg Convention Center if you enter Karl-Schönleben-Strasse as address or Messezentrum as a special destination.
Phone +49 911 8606-0
Fax +49 911 8606-8228
Nuremberg and the surrounding region offer you many possibilities for overnight accommodation: guesthouses, boarding houses, hotels, in the city center or outside, north, south, east or west. For a broad list of hotels in all price categories please click here.
But don't wait too long to reserve your room, the city gets full quite quickly when approaching the ETTC 2024 and SENSOR+TEST date!
City guide Nuremberg
There is a life after the exhibition! And it often starts with a good meal in a nice restaurant. Nuremberg has something for every taste: from the inevitable delicious fried Franconian sausages to the sushi train.
Anyone who still feels the desire to explore after a successful day at the exhibition should not fail to visit the Nuremberg city center: preferably by underground from the NCC to Lorenzkirche station. A short evening stroll through the shops and stores in the pedestrian precinct, along the Pegnitz or down to the market square (Hauptmarkt) in the direction of the castle is ideal. Once at the Hauptmarkt, don't forget to visit the Frauenkirche church before looking for a restaurant for dinner.