Travel by rail (Deutsche Bahn)
Hamburg Messe is connected directly to Deutsche Bahn’s international rail network. Dammtor ICE station is right outside Hamburg Messe. You can get to the West Entrance or Central Entrance by boarding S-Bahn line S11, S21 or S31 at Dammtor and travelling one stop to Sternschanze.
When you arrive at the Central Station, take S-Bahn line S11, S21 or S31 two stops to Sternschanze.
The best way to get there.
Pay as little as EUR 49.50 (one-way) with the Event Ticket.
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Event Ticket for a single journey, for use only on one specific connection
(subject to availability):
|Second class||EUR 49.50|
|First class||EUR 79.50|
Event Ticket for single journey, for use on all connections
|Second class||EUR 69.50|
|First class||EUR 99.50|
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