There are as many ways to get to the Nürburgring as there are activities and events at the longest race track in the world. Here we show you how to get to the Green Hell and how long it will take you.
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The legend on your doorstep
The Nürburgring is located in the heart of Germany, surrounded by many metropolitan areas such as the Ruhr district and the Rhein-Main district. Here you can find the distance between your home town and the legendary race track in the Eifel region:
It comes as no surprise that most people visit the motorsport mecca Nürburgring by car. Here you can find out how long it will take you to get from your home town to the legendary race track:
Recommended routes by car:
During events, once you are in the location you will be given directions depending on the traffic so you get to the Nürburgring as quickly as possible. Please also listen to the traffic announcements on Radio Nürburgring (UKW 87.7) and Radio RPR (UKW 103.5).
Nürburgring fans wishing to travel by train have to put up with a combination of train and bus. The travel information service of Deutsche Bahn will show you how best to combine them, and whether you need to use other means of transport as well.
Here you can find the timetable for busses to the Nürburgring:
The tariffs of Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Mosel (VRM) apply.
If you are planning to get here by plane, we recommend the following destination airports:
Do you need a lift from the airport to the Nürburgring and back? No problem: the company 24h-Eifelwagen, which is right next to the Nürburgring, offers individual chauffeur services, from Smart car to group taxi, depending on number of persons.
For inquiries and & to book a chauffeur service, please contact:
Nürburgring Boulevard 2, 53520 Nürburg
Telephone: +49 (0) 2691 93 55 55
Fax: +49 (0) 2691 93 55 56