Pier Neckarpark/Mercedes-Benz Welt

The 1st Stuttgart Party Raft at the inauguration of the pier Neckarpark / Mercedes-Benz Welt

Pier Neckarpark / Mercedes-Benz World, near the company premises and the Mercedes-Benz Museum

Location:
right side of the Neckar river

Entry:
several steps to the jetty *

Public transport:
Take the line S1, (from Herrenberg), in the direction of Kirch­heim / Teck to the Stutt­gart / Neckar­park stop. A few minutes' walk to the shore of the Neckar river, while passing the Mercedes-Benz Museum on the right.


public transport

Arrival by car:
From Ulm:
Take the A8 to the Esslin­gen-Zentrum exit, con­tinue on the B313, then the B10 towards Stutt­gart until the Stuttgart-Ost exit. You can follow the Mercedes-Benz guidance sys­tem until the Mercedes-Benz Museum exit. The pier is located near the museum.

From the direction of Karlsruhe:
A8 until the inter­change Stuttgart, exit Vaihingen. Continue on the A831, then on the B14 di­rec­tion Stuttgart-Zentrum and con­tinue on the B10 / B14. You can follow the Mercedes-Benz guidance sys­tem until the Mercedes-Benz Museum exit. The Neckar-Käpt'n pier is located close to the museum.

From Heilbronn:
A81 to exit Zuffen­hausen, follow the B10 direc­tion Stuttgart-Zentrum and the signs Neckar­Park in direc­tion Stuttgart-Bad Cann­statt / Esslingen. You can follow the Mercedes-Benz guidance sys­tem as far as the Mercedes-Benz Museum exit. The Neckar-Käpt'n pier is located in the immediate vicinity.

Parking:
In Mercedesstraße, near the Mercedes-Benz Arena, walk right along the museum to the Neckar shore.

At the same time as visiting the Mercedes-Benz Museum:
To museum visitors parking spaces are available: in the museum's parking garage and the P4 car park – with discounts on shopping in local shops or visiting the restaurants in this area, see link to the website.


Mercedes-Benz Museum

Next pier:
Wasen, right side of the Neckar river

Hiking trail / bike path on the right bank to Bad Cannstatt, directly beside the pier

* (Please understand that unfor­tu­nately we cannot help wheel­chair users when boarding.)