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Messezentrum Salzburg
Exhibition Hall 10
Am Messezentrum 1
5020 Salzburg

Due to its central location directly at the motorway, in the near vicinity of the airport, the railway station and the city center, you can reach the Exhibition Center Salzburg and the Salzburg Arena very quickly. Therefore, the manifold overnight accommodations are quite near as well.

By foot or by bike

Coming from the historic center, you can also reach Exhibition Center Salzburg and the Salzburg Arena by foot in 30 minutes or via one of the many cycle paths.

By car

Own motorway exit on the A1 Westautobahn. Just a 10 minute car drive from the Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart to the exit „Messezentrum“.

CAUTION: A vignette (road tax disc) is obligatory for travelling on the motorway. You can also buy a „Wochenvignette“ for 7,70€ which is valid for 10 days. These are available at gas stations close to the motorway. For visitors from Germany travelling on the Bundesstraße (federal highway) where no vignette is required is advisable.

You can park directly at the Messezentrum. Parking costs 0,70€ for each begun half hour and up to 9€ for a day pass up to 24 hours.

eMobility: Charging station for electric cars

The Messezentrum Salzburg has a charging station for e-cars, which is operated by ElectroDrive Salzburg. This is currently in a conversion phase to a direct payment system and is thus currently freely accessible.

The placement of the charging station is signposted in the parking garage number 2 and can be found easily there. There are two slots (Type 2 Mode 3) and parking spaces available. The car is recharged within a few hours.

By airplane

The airport Salzburg is located about 4 km west form the city centre, with an own motorway exit to the Westautobahn A1 in direction of Vienna/Budapest with exit to Munich A8 as well as to Tauernautobahn A10 in direction of Kärnten-Villach, Italy.

The airport is located in the area of the “Salzburg Becken”, in the former draw area of the “Untersberg-Moores”. It adjoins the city Salzburg in the North and East, south is the “Unterberg” (mountain) and west of the airport is the national border to Germany.

By Train / Public Transportation

The Salzburg main railway station is the most important station of the agglomeration of Salzburg and is further more an important traffic junction in West Austria.

More information | DB Timetable |

By bus

The Salzburg Exhibition Centre is well connected to the public transport network.

The bus line 1 stops directly at the fair. (Station: Aribonenstraße)
The bus line 8 goes to Aribonenstraße and holds school holidays and Saturdays next to the exhibition.

By Taxi

There are taxi ranks directly at the Messezentrum Salzburg at Entrance B (Eingang B)
Phone: +43 (0) 662/17 15 or 8111


We would be pleased to assist you with your visa application for a visit to RENEXPO® INTERHYDRO. Please fill the Visa Application form and send it to us with a copy of your passport too. Please the handwritten forms will be not accepted. Visa invitation letter be sent only by normal mail.

Please note : Visa forms will be accepted only up to and including October 12th 2018.