November 13 - 15, 2018
10 A.M - 5 P.M
Hall 1 & 2
Dubai World Trade Centre

MECTW Official Travel Partner

Plan your travel to MECTW 2018 by contacting our official travel agent on the details below. They would be happy to assist you with all your travel requirements during the show.

Contact person:
Tasneem Sayed

Manager – Travel Desk
Messe Frankfurt Middle East GmbH
14th floor, The H Dubai, Office Tower
One Sheikh Zayed Road
P.O. Box 26761, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel. +971 4 38 94 577
Fax +971 4 35 85 511

Travelling to Dubai & Getting to DWTC

If you’re travelling by car, Dubai has direct access from the city’s main highway and commercial skyscraper corridor, Sheikh Zayed Road – giving you a gateway to all areas of Dubai and the wider UAE. Within the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) complex, take advantage of our extensive multi-storey parking facilities for around 5,000 cars.
We are also on the main public transport bus and metro route, with our own dedicated metro station. Whichever way you choose to reach us, it could not be simpler.
We work closely with the authorities to manage major event traffic by road and metro and ensure seamless access for visitors with minimum interruption to traffic flow. We also provide dedicated VIP and valet parking at our main entrance gates.


Through its open skies policy, Dubai International Airport has developed into one of the world’s busiest airports in terms of passenger traffic, most luxurious in design and amenities, with a duty free area hard to match by international standards. Along with Dubai’s flagship Emirates Airlines, the region’s airlines are some of the world’s most pioneering and innovative – with the latest and newest aircraft.


Featuring the world’s longest automated train system, Dubai Metro links DWTC to all major tourist attractions – including Dubai’s city centre, major malls and hotels, traditional market ‘souk’ areas and BurjKhalifa – the world’s tallest tower.


Dubai has a well-organised, modern bus service dropping and collecting passengers through its network of 2,700 bus shelters across the city. Dubai’s public bus fleet is of the highest quality and all fully air-conditioned – with amenities such as separate seating for women and families, plus a central, networked information system displaying data of the direction and stages of your journey.


Metered taxis across the city are easy to find, well-regulated, clean and comfortable, and provide a great opportunity to take in the sights of the city. Those that prefer to can opt for ladies-only taxis driven by women.