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The Event for Hunting and Nature

9 - 12 April 2022 // Nuremberg, Germany

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We’re looking forward to a successful wildlife.fair from 9 - 12 April 2022 with XXX exhibitors and some XXX visitors. We hope you’ll be there too!

Rail strike: how to get to wildlife.fair in spite of it

Strikes at Deutsche Bahn have been announced for the period of wildlife.fair. If you want to travel by train, you will have to count on considerable delays or even cancellations.

Air travel and travel on the local underground railway and buses in Nuremberg are not affected by the strike. All these connections are available for you.

Train replacement timetable

If you would still like to travel by train, please look up the replacement timetable before starting your journey with Deutsche Bahn: www.bahn.de

Alternatives to the train

Nuremberg is very conveniently located. Therefore, the following means of transport are available as alternatives to the train:

  • Aeroplane: You can reach Nuremberg Airport with a direct flight from many German and European cities. From the airport, it takes less than 20 minutes to get to the exhibition centre Nuremberg by the local underground railway. Flight connections to Nuremberg: Airport Nürnberg
  • Long-distance coach: Every day, long-distance coaches from Germany and throughout Europe stop at Nuremberg Bus Station (ZOB) near to the Central Station. From the bus station, you can get to the exhibition centre Nuremberg in around 15 minutes by the local underground railway.
  • Car: There are more than 14,000 parking spaces available for you as a visitor to the exhibition centre Nuremberg. At the exhibition venue itself. This map shows you how to get to the exhibition by car: route map

We hope that you have a good journey, in spite of the rail strike, and an enjoyable and successful time at wildlife.fair

Public transport strike: how to get to wildlife.fair in spite of it

Important information for everyone who wants to travel to wildlife.fair by underground railway, bus or tram:

Strikes have been announced at the VAG (Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft Nürnberg) for the period of wildlife.fair. If you want to travel by underground railway, bus or tram, you will have to count on considerable delays or cancellations, as things currently stand.

Shuttle-Service

To make sure that you get to the exhibition in spite of the strike, NürnbergMesse has set up a shuttle service for you.

Points of departure:

  • Nuremberg Central Station at the southern exit (Nelson-Mandela-Platz)
  • Albrecht Dürer Airport, Nuremberg
  • S-Bahn-Stop „Frankenstadion“

Departure times:

The free shuttle buses provided by Firma xxx will shuttle regularly between the points of departure and wildlife.fair from xx:xx to xx:xx.

We hope that you have a good journey, in spite of the strike, and an enjoyable and successful time at wildlife.fair.

Fluggesellschaft xy strike: how to get to wildlife.fair punctually in spite of it

Strikes have been announced at Fluggesellschaft xy for the period of wildlife.fair. If you want to travel by aeroplane, you will have to count on delays or cancellations, as things currently stand.

Rail travel and travel on the local underground railway and buses in Nuremberg are not affected by the strike. All these connections are available for you.

Flight timetable

If you would still like to travel by aeroplane, please find out whether the strike affects your flight in good time before your journey: Airport Nürnberg

Alternatives to flying

Nuremberg is very conveniently located. Therefore, the following means of transport are available as alternatives to flying:

  • Rail: You can easily reach Nuremberg Central Station by ICE, IC and EC. From the Central Station, it only takes eight minutes to get to the exhibition centre Nuremberg by the local underground railway. Rail connections to Nuremberg: www.bahn.de
  • Long-distance coach: Every day, long-distance coaches from Germany and throughout Europe stop at Nuremberg Bus Station (ZOB) near to the Central Station. From the bus station, you can get to the exhibition centre Nuremberg in around 15 minutes by the local underground railway.
  • Car: There are more than 14,000 parking spaces available for you as a visitor to the exhibition centre Nuremberg. At the exhibition venue itself. This map shows you how to get to the exhibition by car: route map

We hope that you have a good journey, in spite of the strike, and an enjoyable and successful time at wildlife.fair.

Fotos: Bahntickets/Train tickets © Mlenny / istockphoto.com, Katalog / Catalogue © dontbelievethehype / istockphoto.com
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