Coburg is geographically situated in the heart of Germany and the centre of Europe. With favourable transport connections by road and rail, as well as its proximity to international airports, a diverse cultural landscape and sustainable economic structure has developed here.
GETTING TO COBURG
Have a safe journey!
With your car or rental car you can travel via the autobahn A73 Suhl - Nuremberg as a north-south axis. Coburg is also easily accessible via the autobahn A9 Munich - Nuremberg - Berlin, Kulmbach/Bayreuth junction, or the autobahn A3 Nuremberg - Würzburg, Bamberg junction. Drivers can also reach us via the B4 and B303 federal roads.
You can easily get to Coburg by train. The central station is connected to the high-speed rail (ICE) Munich - Nuremberg - Erfurt - Berlin. Several times a day, our city can be reached from both Munich and Berlin in less than three hours without changing trains.
The city is about an hour drive from the international airport in Nuremberg, and less than three hours away from many other airports including Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart and Dresden. At the Coburg-Brandensteinsebene commercial airfield, pilots can land their own aircraft up to a maximum weight of 5.7 tonnes.
Would you like to park in the city centre? No problem! There are several multi-storey car parks and parking spaces in Coburg. The old town is just a five to ten-minute walk from Parkhaus Mauer, the underground car park on Albertsplatz, Parkhaus Zinkenwehr, Parkhaus Post, or the large bus park at Anger. Plan your journey to Coburg the easy way.
BY BUS & TRAIN
Transport Association Greater Nuremberg
From 1 January 2024, Coburg will be part of the Transport Association Greater Nuremberg (VGN). One ticket is all you need to use all public transport and explore the town and its surroundings. From now on, you can purchase tickets via the VGN app, ticket machines at train stations or other points of sale.