Your way to HUND & Co.
Local Mass Transit
You can buy this transit in the online shop of GVH ("Messe Nord" tram stop).
Suburban Train and Tram line
From the city centre you reach the Exhibition Grounds by tram line/U-Bahn/suburban railway.
- Direct urban rail link "S5" from Hannover Airport to Hannover Main Station
Direct service once every half hour to Hannover Main Station. Afterwards the Tram line 8 drives to the Exhibition Ground “MESSE NORD” Travel time: 15 minutes.
- Tram line 8 - Entrance NORD
From Hannover Main Station via stations Kröpcke, Aegidientorplatz, Altenbekener Damm, Bothmerstraße Suburban Railway line 8
Travel by Train with Deutsche Bahn
Main Railway Station Hannover
Hannover Main Station offers all those services that make your stay in Hannover as comfort as possible. From Hannover Main Railway Station you reach the Exhibition Grounds by tram, line 8 (entrance NORD). Travel time: approx. 18 minutes.
For your visit please take advantage of the regular services of German Railway.
Travel by Car
- From the North
Motorway A7 direction Kassel/Hannover until interchange 56 Hannover-Kirchhorst, then take the motorway A37 (B3 Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe
- From the East
Motorway A2 direction Magdeburg/Hannover/Dortmund, take the exit 47 Kreuz Hannover-Buchholz to motorway A37 (B3 Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe
- From the South
Motorway A7 direction Hannover/Hamburg, take the exit 60 Dreieck Hannover-Süd to motorway A37 (B3 Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe
- From the West
Motorway A2 direction Hannover/Magdeburg/Berlin until interchange 48 Hannover-Ost, turn on motorway A7 direction Kassel, exit Hannover-Anderten to B65 direction Hannover, exit interchange Seelhorst to B6 (Messe-Schnellweg) direction Hannover/Messe.
Using a navigation system?
If you are using a navigation system to travel to the show, please enter the following destination:
In the region of Hannover, please follow exclusively the signpost "Messe" to the fairground.
Hannover Emission Zone
Besides being home to many of the world's foremost trade fairs, Hannover is also known for its environmental awareness. On 1 January 2008, Hannover joined Berlin and Cologne in an effort to lower the health risks associated with motor vehicle exhaust (especially diesel exhaust particulates) in their respective city centers. To accomplish this, Hannover has established an official "Emission Zone" roughly defined by the expressways (Schnellwege) encircling the city center.
The Emission Zone is indicated by signs reading "Umwelt-Zone". Only vehicles which meet certain minimum requirements are permitted to enter the Emission Zone. To demonstrate compliance, an official permit (disc-shaped sticker) must be displayed on every vehicle's windshield.