Hardly any other exhibition makes it so easy for its visitors to join it.
That's how easy it is to reach the exhibition venue
By car: free parking right outside the venue entrance.
Whether you are coming from the north, east, south or west, you can reach the Exhibition Centre via the motorway-like B17 without traffic lights or junctions (for more detailed directions, see also below).
Parking is free for pre-registered visitors to Coiltech (here, you can register).
With over 500 long-distance and regional trains a day, the exhibition is also very easy to reach by train.
Munich airport is the second largest hub in Germany. 68 airlines fly you there from 48 intercontinental and 127 European destinations.
Wednesday, 20 March: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday, 21 March: 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Hints for the arrival by car
You should enter this address:
Messe Augsburg, Am Messezentrum 5, 86199 Augsburg.
GPS.: 48.33865 (48° 20' 19.14'' N), 010.89364 (010° 53' 37.10'' E)
Many navigation systems in cars give you the option of choosing from various alternatives. Here, therefore, are the routes on which we have had good experiences in travelling to Augsburg in preparation for the exhibition:
Western Austria, eastern Switzerland, northwestern Italy
Enter Germany via Lindau/Bregenz, then take the A96 to Landsberg. There, take the motorway-like B17 towards Augsburg until the Augsburg Messe/Universität exit.
Eastern Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, north-eastern Italy
Cross into Germany via Salzburg/Reichenhall, then take the A8 to junction 72 Augsburg-West. There, take the motorway-like B17 towards Augsburg until the Augsburg Messe/Universität exit.
From the West
From Stuttgart and Ulm, take the A8 to junction 72 Augsburg-West. Then take the B17 motorway in the direction of Augsburg until the Augsburg Messe/Universität exit.
From the East
From Munich via the A8 to junction 72 Augsburg-West. Then take the B17 motorway in the direction of Augsburg until the Augsburg Messe/Universität exit.
From the North
A7 to motorway junction Ulm, from there onto the A8, then see "From the West".
A9 either via the Munich motorway bypass or from the Reichertshofen exit onto the B300, which is partly a motorway, and at Dasing onto the A8, then see "From the east".