Foto: Uwe Niklas
Foto: Uwe Niklas

How to Get There

The Klassik Open Air is staged in Luitpoldhain, 90478 Nürnberg, next to Meistersingerhalle.

Site Map


Traffic Plan

As with all major events, a very high volume of traffic is expected for visitors arriving and departing. If at all possible, please do not use your car for getting to the event, but rather travel by public transport or bicycle. In any case, the organisers recommend to plan sufficient time for getting to the event and back home. That way, you can relax and enjoy the concerts.

For more information on this please see "Important Information" – Traffic Plan.

Public Transport

The VAG will increase the frequency of its buses, trams and suburban railways so that all music enthusiasts can get to the event area and back home safely and comfortably.

S-Bahn (Suburban Railway)

Line 2


Line 6
Line 8


Line 36
Line 45
Line 53

Line 55
Line 65

ADFC - Cultural Mass/Cycling Tours

This year, there will be a cooperation with the ADFC, the German Cyclists Association. They have organised a guided tour to the events, which you can join. Alternatively, if you are coming from another direction, they have provided a list of routes that are suitable for cycling. You can find all routes under the following links:

Tour 1: Fürth - Luitpoldhain (on your own)

Link: Cultural Mass: Zubringer Fürth - alleine | Fahrradtour | Komoot

Tour 2: Mögeldorf - Luitpoldhain (on your own)

Cultural Mass: Zubringer Mögeldorf - alleine | Fahrradtour | Komoot


Tour 3a: Marienbergpark - Opernhaus (cycling together, part 1)

Cultural Mass: Zubringer Marienpark - Opernhaus im Verband | Fahrradtour | Komoot

Meeting point: Kiosk Volkspark Marienberg at 5 p.m.

Tour 3b: Opernhaus - Luitpoldhain (cycling together, part 2)

Cultural Mass: Opernhaus -Luitpoldhain im Verband | Fahrradtour | Komoot

Meeting point: Richard-Wagner-Platz (next to the opera house) at 5.30 p.m.


If you arrive by car, please follow the instructions of the dynamic traffic guidance system. It will guide you to the parking areas. Please do not use your GPS system, since it does not take into account any (short-term) road closures and traffic jams or full car parks.

Parking facilities for bicycles (free of charge) are provided on the street “An der Ehrenhalle“ and at the “Palazzo-Parkplatz“ in Bayernstraße below the Kurt-Klutentreter-Steg.

Car parking facilities (charge payable) are available on “Große Straße“ and, in limited number, at Meistersingerhalle.

Parking facilities for people with disabilities will be provided on the car park of Meistersingerhalle.