The state capital Stuttgart is located in the heart of Europe and is also due to its favourable location one of Germany’s most important business metropolises.
With the international airport, the excellent rail link and the central position in the motorway network, Stuttgart has an outstanding traffic infrastructure with direct connection to all important European trade centres.
Due to the traffic and urban development project “Stuttgart 21”, Stuttgart gains even faster and more efficient transport routes and turns into a central hub thanks to the connection to the European high speed network.


  • The subway station “Löwentorbrücke” (U 5, U 6) is located directly in front of the Bülow Tower. With the 1 Euro ticket, the central station and the city centre can be reached in approx. 5 minutes

  • The tram stop “Nordbahnhof” (S 4) is just a
    5 minutes walk from the building

  • The Bülow Tower is located immediately at the Stuttgart link B 27

  • By car, the travel time to the city centre is approx. 5 minutes

  • The trans-regional motorway network can be reached in approx. 15 minutes via the federal motorway junction BAB 8 Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen

  • The travel time to the airport and to the Stuttgart Fair is approx. 30 minutes by car or tram

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