The Venue provides wardrobe facilities for safekeeping luggage against a fee of CHF 2.00 per item.
Yes. Visitors, who find any lost objects on the event, are kindly requested to bring them to the Info-Point.
No. Dogs and other animals are not allowed in the hall of the Stadthalle Dietikon.
No. Due to falling demand, the Swiss Cake Festival is no longer offering child care.
At the Swiss Cake Festival you can enjoy not only sweets but also salty food, as well as various beverages from our exhibitors in the food area. Please note the hall plan on site.
There are various cash machines (Postfinance / ZKB / Credit Suisse) at the train station Dietikon. There is no cash machine at the Stadthalle Dietikon.
Dietikon can easily reached by public transport (S3 , S12, S17) and is approached in short intervals from Zurich. From the train station Dietikon, the Stadthalle can be reached by bus in a short time. The bus number 306 runs every 30 minutes to the Stop Stadthalle Ost. From there, it’s about 3 minutes walking distance to the Stadthalle.
The Stadthalle Dietikon is close to the A1 motorway. Leave the motorway at the Extig Dietikon and follow the signs for Dietikon. After entering the town Dietikon, follow the signs for Stadthalle Dietikon.
Parking spaces with parking fee are available around the Stadthalle and surrounding area. The parking rate at the Stadthalle starts at CHF 0.50 each half-hour and increases successively to CHF 5.00 for 15 hours. The maximum parking time is limited to 15 hours.
The Festival tickets can be purchased at Starticket.ch from February 2017 and at all start ticket offices. Entry tickets can also be purchased on-site at the exhibition box office (as long as the day is not sold out). The entrance tickets at the box office costs CHF 5.00 more than in advance. Children from 7 to 12 years old have access to the festival at a reduced price of CHF 10.-. Children up to 6 years can visit the festival do not pay.
- Friday, October 20th, 2017 from 10:30 till 19:00
- Saturday, October 21st, 2017 from 10:30 till 19:00
- Sunday, October 22nd 2017 from 10:00 till 18:00