Getting here

Karte des Bereiches der Messe Bremen


Parkplatz Bürgerweide
Theodor-Heuss-Allee 15
28215 Bremen

Hollerallee 99
28215 Bremen



M3B GmbH
Findorffstraße 101
28215 Bremen

+49 (0)421 3505-0


Bremen is a city of short journeys and MESSE BREMEN is quickly accessible from anywhere.

By train, bus & tram

Walk from Bremen central station through the back exit and across the large open area here – the Bürgerweide – and you will be standing in front of our halls. This takes 3 minutes.

Deutsche Bahn

You can plan your journey by train on the Deutschen Bahn website. You can book a Deutsche Bahn event ticket on the event ticket website.


If you are travelling through the city centre, the following buses will take you to the exhibition centre: 24 (“Blumenthalstraße” stop), 26 and 27 (“Messe Centrum” stop). To get here by tram, take numbers 6 and 8 (“Blumenthalstraße” stop). Timetables available and further information available on the BSAG website.

By car

Our exhibition guidance system will navigate you from the motorway, through the city and to MESSE BREMEN.

Address for navigation systems

Please note: if you are using a navigation system, enter “Theodor-Heuss-Allee” as destination and this will lead you direct to the Bürgerweide car park. The multi-storey car park is accessed by entering “Hollerallee 99”.


The Bürgerweide car park has 2,500 spaces depending on how it is being used in event areas or as an outdoor area. Further information and details of charges on the BREPARK website.

The exhibition / Messe car park has 250 spaces. Access is via the Hollerallee. Further information available from the transport management office website.

Information on Bremen’s environmental zone available on the website of Bremer Touristik-Zentrale.

By plane

Bremen’s Hans Koschnick Airport is only a 15 minute taxi ride away; alternatively, take the tram from the airport (number 6 / “Blumenthalstraße” stop).

Further information including on the many flight connections to and from Bremen available on the Bremen Airport Hans Koschnick website.