Nürnberg is very conveniently located in the south of Germany and its good connections to the European motorway; rail and flight networks make it particularly easy, quick and convenient to reach by car, rail or air.
The Exhibition Centre of NürnbergMesse is naturally connected to the main rail station and airport by underground railway. We are also pleased to provide a shuttle bus express service on request.
If you use a navigation system it will find NürnbergMesse if you enter Karl-Schönleben-Strasse as address or "Messezentrum" as a special destination.
Nürnberg has its own airport, but it is mostly for regional flights, budget airlines and charter holidays. Lufthansa is based there, but if you want to fly in from any major airport outside of Germany, then you'll probably have to fly in via Frankfurt. The principle budget airline serving Nürnberg is Air Berlin, and they do good value flights to all over Germany, Europe, as well as further afield to countries like Turkey and Egypt. Condor, Lufthansa's budget wing, also has a lot of charter-flight destinations. Apart from Lufthansa a small number of major national airlines fly to the city, including KLM, Air France and Turkish Airlines.
Transport to the airport is excellent, and you can get to and from the city on the U2 underground line. This takes just 12 minutes to get to the city center.
Airport Nürnberg: Arrival and Departure
Street map of Nürnberg
Destination Airport Frankfurt, Germany
The airport is very nice and organized, with some interesting shops to browse in before you go through security. There are two terminals which are connected by the "Sky Line". The Sky Line train connects Terminal 1 and 2: Leaves every 2-3 minutes; Stops at Terminal 1 (B Concourse) and Terminal 2 (between the D and E Concourses); Travel time: 2 minutes; Free of charge.
Airlines from the US arrive at Terminal 2. The train station is connected to Terminal 1, which is where Lufthansa flights (and other Star Alliance airlines) arrive.