No Barriers: Accessibility at the Leipzig Exhibition Centre
We want all visitors to our trade fairs to be able to get to their respective destinations quickly. That is why the Leipzig Exhibition Centre is designed to be barrier-free and offer short, easy routes. Our accessible entrance system allows plenty of freedom of movement.
All halls are accessible at ground level and there are no thresholds to hinder access. This allows visitors with limited mobility to reach all entrances with ease. In the unlikely event that you come across any obstacles, we would appreciate you drawing this to our attention!
Wheelchairs Available to Borrow
Wheelchairs can be borrowed from the West and East Entrance Halls and in the Congress Center Leipzig for your visit to the trade fair. If you need a wheelchair, please speak with the respective information desk in the entrance area. You can also reserve a wheelchair prior to the event. Please use the order form for this. It will be available for you in the corresponding entrance area.
Accessible Parking Spaces
You are also welcome to arrive by car. At the front of the visitor car park accessible parking spaces (PDF, 346 kB) are available.
Arrival by Tram
Tram line 16 takes you straight to the "Messegelände" station. Almost all trams on this route use modern low-floor carriages, making boarding and alighting easier. For further information, please contact the Leipziger Verkehrsbetriebe (LVB) on the hotline +49 341 49224-07 or +49 341 49224-08 or visit the LVB website .
Arrival by Regional and Suburban Trains (S-Bahn)
You can also reach the Leipzig Exhibition Centre from Leipzig Central Station by regional (RB) or suburban train (S-Bahn). On arrival alight at the station "Leipzig Messe". There are lifts on the platform. The Leipzig Exhibition Centre is located 750m away from the train station. For more information, please contact the Deutsche Bahn timetable information service.
Note: Please inform DB Bahn if you need a vehicle-mounted entry ramp by calling +49 1806-512512 (* 20 ct/call from a German landline, max. tariff for mobile phones 60 ct/call).