Dammtor mainline station is just a few steps away. It links Hamburg Messe directly with the mainline rail network of Deutsche Bahn, including ICE high-speed trains, thus connecting it with the international rail system. It is only 8 minutes’ walk from Dammtor station to the East Entrance, and only 20 minutes from the Central Entrance.
During the revitalization of the CCH – Congress Center Hamburg you will have to take an alternative route from Dammtor to Hamburg Messe which is shown on the map at the bottom.
Alternatively, you can get to the Central or West Entrance from Dammtor by taking S-Bahn S11, S21 or S31 to Sternschanze (one station).
If you arrive at Hamburg Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), it is only one station from there to Dammtor station (for the East Entrance), by S-Bahn S21 (towards Elbgaustrasse). That is just two minutes on the train. From there you can have the same alternatives to get to the Fair.
Whether it's timetable changes, delays or track changes: Deutsche Bahn's travel information provides you with up-to-the-minute information on the current status of your train connection.
single journey, for use only on one specific connection (subject to availability):
|Second class||EUR 49.50|
|First class||EUR 80.90|
single journey, for use on all connections (always available):
|Second class||EUR 67.50|
|First class||EUR 98.90|
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