The CULTIVA HANFEXPO will take place in Vienna from the 19th to 21st of November 2021. The MARX HALLE is an exhibition and event location in Vienna's 3rd district. It's one of Europe's oldest wrought-iron structures with 20,000 Sqare meteres of space. It offers its international and national exhibitors plenty of space for hosting something specially unique.
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The combination of industrial design and the historical building creates a very special charm. The high halls, the infrastructure and central location, as well as the good accessibility by various transportation methods create the best conditions for the CULTIVA HANFEXPO in Austria.
With its high-quality positioning, the MARX HALLE has firmly established itself at the top of Vienna's event and cultural scene and is one of the leading exhibition venues in Austria.
A variety of public transportation options are available:
Linie U3, Station Schlachthausgasse >> Footway 10 Minutens
Linie 71, Ausstiegstelle St. Marx >> Footway 15 Minutes
Linie 18, Ausstiegstelle Viehmarktgasse >> Footway 10 Minutes
Linie 74A, Ausstiegstelle Viehmarktgasse >> Footway 10 Minutes
Linie 80A, Ausstiegstelle Maria-Jacobi-Gasse >> Footway 3 Minutes
Linie S7, Station St. Marx
The transfer from Vienna International Airport Schwechat takes about 15 - 30 minutes depending on the chosen means of transport.
In 1877, the now heritage-listed building was planned by Viennese architect Rudolf Frey and completed in 1881 as Vienna's first wrought-iron structure, commissioned by the city council of the royal imperial capital and residence of Vienna. Once erected as Vienna's central cattle market, the historic building developed into a vibrant center of the new Neu Marx district, which has established itself as a new hotspot in the events scene.
Vienna is one of the most popular exhibition cities in the world and has a very high quality of life. You simply cannot escape the charm of this city, which offers a great variety of cultural and leisure opportunities. As a metropolis, Vienna is a cosmopolitan metropolis, an important location for worldwide corporations.
Around 1.8 million people live here, the greater Vienna area has a population of around 2.7 million people. Due to its very high quality of life, the federal capital of Austria was voted the world's most livable city for the tenth time in a row, and Vienna is one of the most popular trade fair cities in the world. Vienna is only 55km away from the Slovakian capital of Bratislava, which at the present time, does not have its own trade fair. Vienna can be reached from Budapest, Prague, Munich and Ljubljana, within an hour's flight.
From the MARX HALLE, the best way to get to the sights, shopping streets, hotels and restaurants in the city center is by public transportation, which takes only a few minutes. Hundreds of stores, restaurants, bars and hotels attract visitors to the city center.
Even after the exhibition, Vienna, the beautiful city on the Danube, offers you an opportunity to take in it's many sights. There are countless cozy restaurants, bars or coffee houses waiting to be discovered.
Vienna is booming with events, cultural events and attractions at any time of the year, so that good, sociable, high-level entertainment is sure to be found..
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