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How do I get to Mercedes-Benz Arena?

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Lukas Muller
Lukas Muller

Parking at the ground isn’t really an option – and those locals who do drive, tend to park their cars a fair way away and walk the remaining distance anyway – thus it seems like the most sensible option is to go by public transport – the cost of which is already included in your ticket!

From the main station, you can jump on the metro system (S-Bahn) and ride it nearly all the way. Take the S1 line and ride it to ‘Neckarpark’ station. From there it’s just a 5-minute walk.

Stuttgart also has an impressive tram system that also brings fans to the stadium. The S11 tram also goes to ‘Neckarpark’ station – albeit over ground, placing you just 5 minutes away.

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Johannes Mohr
Johannes Mohr

Car: You’ll be either approaching via highway A8 or A81. Once you leave the Autobahn, make sure you are headed towards Bad Cannstatt. You can also always simply follow the numerous signs directing you towards the various parking lots. There are about 12,000 spots to park you car which means that the traffic after a match is usually pretty bad.

Train & Tram: If you’re coming from further away by train, you first want to get to Stuttgart Central Station. Then hop onto one of the so-called “S-Bahn” lines S1, S2 or S3 and go towards “Neckar Park Mercedes Benz” or “Bad Cannstatt”. These are your final destinations. From there it is only a couple of minutes by feet.

Metro: These three are going to get you pretty close to the venue: Line U1 to “Mercedesstraße” or “Wilhelmsplatz”, U11 to “NeckarPark (Stadion)” or U13 to “Wilhelmsplatz (in Stuttgart Bad Cannstatt)”.

Bus: Line 56 to “Neckarpark (Stadion)”

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Mike Wood
Mike Wood

This is the Mercedes-Benz Arena, so arrival by car is simple. The stadium is even on Mercedesstraße. Public transport can take you right to the ground as well, with the U-Bahn stop Blick just a ten minute walk from the entrance on the U13 line, while on the other side, the dedicated NeckarPark (Stadion) station is reachable via the U11 and the U19. Don’t confuse it with NeckarPark (Mercedes-Benz), which is an S-Bahn stop closer to Blick U-Bahn, which also provides service to the stadium.

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