Use Switzerland's most important trade fair for the construction industry as a platform for your success and register for Swissbau 2018 right now.
You will find us in the heart of Basel, where we are readily accessible by all modes of transport.
MCH Swiss Exhibition (Basel) Ltd.
T +41 58 200 20 20
F +41 58 206 21 88
Getting there by public transport
The Basel SBB and Badischer Bahnhof railway stations are both close to the exhibition site and have direct tram routes to the Messeplatz/Exhibition Square tram stop. You will find information on the "SBB RailAway" special offers and extra trains running to Swissbau at www.sbb.ch/swissbau
MCH Swiss Exhibition (Basel) Ltd. and German railways (Deutsche Bahn) have introduced a special offer enabling you to enjoy a relaxed and comfortable journey to your event in Basel – from any German city directly to the Badischer Bahnhof railway station in Basel. Book your ticket right now!
Getting there by car
On the A2/A3 motorway (from Switzerland) or the A5 (from Germany), follow the signs to "P Messe". Basel city transport operates a Park&Ride shuttle service which runs to Messe Basel and back every day between 7.30 and 19.00 (18.00 on the last day of the fair). Cost of parking, including the shuttle bus: CHF 20 / € 20. To use Swiss motorways, you must be in possession of an annual sticker (vignette). This costs CHF 40 and is available at border crossings and post offices. Experience has shown that traffic levels are very high while the fair is running, and we would recommend that you travel by public transport.
Your stay in Basel
Basel has a large number of accommodation options in all the different categories. Basel Tourism will be pleased to help you find accommodation (Tel. +41 61 268 68 58, Fax +41 61 268 68 70, email@example.com). You can, of course, book your stay yourself via the corresponding online platform. You will find an overview of Basel's restaurants here: basel-restaurants.ch. Basel has a wide and highly varied range of attractions. These include prestigious museums, modern architecture, historical churches and public art. You will find further information at basel.com.