Haus der Wirtschaft
70174 Stuttgart, Germany
Digital Event Platform
(accessible starting 24 hours before the event)
For visitors (including EU residents) or for those who have recently travelled, please inform yourself of the evolving COVID-19 entry requirements on the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and Federal Ministry of Health websites directly before embarking on your journey. On the RKI page, an English PDF is linked in the first paragraph.
Please note: If your region is a Risk Area, f-cell will require a “negative COVID-19 test certificate” for event entry. The certificate must be less than 48 hours old.
We have secured a number of rooms at various conveniently located hotels for easy access to the Haus der Wirtschaft at a special rate. We recommend you book your rooms early to avoid disappointment.
The Haus der Wirtschaft Baden Württemberg is in the center of Stuttgart, only a few minutes walk away from the main train station.
Walk down the main street from the train station, called Königstraße, for approximately 500 meters. On the left side is the New Castle, diagonally across from the castle grounds is a large book store named Wittwer, after the book store turn right across the pedestrian crossing to the Haus der Wirtschaft.
From the A8 from Munich: Exit Degerloch, over the B27 direction Stadtmitte From the A8 from Karlsruhe: Exit Autobahnkreuz Stuttgart, via the B14 direction Stadtmitte From the A81 from Heilbronn: Exit Zuffenhausen, via the B10 and B27 towards the city center
Parking garage Hofdienergarage, access via Schellingstraße, open throughout
Underground parking Friedrichsbau, access via Huberstraße, open throughout.
Limited and paid parking also directly at the Haus der Wirtschaft, access via Kienestraße.
S-Bahn, lines S1 to S6, stop Stadtmitte
Light rail, lines U9 and U14, stop Börsenplatz
Since 1st March 2008, Stuttgart has been a Low Emission Zone. This means that only vehicles in certain emission categories may drive in the urban area of Stuttgart. These regulations are designed to lower the high levels of particulate emission and nitrogen dioxide pollution in the air, and they have been implemented throughout Germany in so-called Low Emission Zones. The traffic restrictions in these Low Emission Zones apply all the time, i.e. irrespective of whether the levels of air pollution are higher or lower at any one time. Cars require a low emissions sticker to be in the center of Stuttgart.
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