Frankfurt

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Frankfurt, the largest financial centre in Europe

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Getting there You can get to Frankfurt from Brussels, Munich and Zurich. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 03:48 35
From Amsterdam 03:56 39
From Berlin 04:08 33
From Brussels 02:59 19
From Munich 03:18 33
From Zurich 04:17 24
From Prague 09:20 29
From Vienna 06:44 99
From Avignon 07:19 39
From Lyon 06:04 39
From Interlaken 04:46 53
From Marseille 07:59 39
From Basel 02:55 74
From Salzburg 05:40 124
From Cologne 01:01 22
From Copenhagen 11:54 29
From Bern 03:47 30
From Stuttgart 01:26 22
From Hamburg 03:36 33
From Dusseldorf 01:35 33
From Dresden 04:16 33
From Aix En Provence Tgv 07:45 39
From Nuremberg 01:57 26
From Heidelberg 00:54 21
From Strasbourg 02:03 29
From Freiburg 02:04 33
From Hanover 02:19 22
From Mannheim 00:36 21
From Bonn 01:58 22
From Mulhouse 03:03 65
From Karlsruhe 01:01 22
From Bremen 05:27 22
From Aachen 01:50 33
From Linz 05:19 120
From Utrecht 03:28 49
From Plattling 03:38 33
From Trier 03:05 16
From Leipzig 03:03 33
From Wolfsburg 03:03 22
From Regensburg 03:06 33
From Olten 03:19 12
From Spiez 04:31 132
From Lubeck 07:36 77
From Wels 06:19 110
From Klagenfurt 08:55 50
From Kolding 09:30 49
From Odense 10:12 29
From Chalon Sur Saone 04:57 39
From Kiel 04:47 33
From Thun 04:21 29
From Munster Westf Hb 04:08 33
From Augsburg 03:02 33
From Osnabruck 04:34 33
From Rosenheim 04:37 36
From Besançon 03:52 29
From Bamberg 02:33 49
From Baden Baden 01:18 22
From Bruchsal 01:16 22
From Wurzburg 01:07 22
From Siegburg 01:02 22
From Koblenz 01:24 22
From Offenburg 01:34 22
From Siegen 01:41 33
From Kaiserslautern 01:38 33
From Duisburg 01:37 33
From Marburg 01:01 22
From Fulda 00:52 22
From Mainz 00:29 13
From Aschaffenburg 00:28 14
From Darmstadt 00:16 10
From Bensheim 00:31 16
From Limburg 00:31 22
From Wiesbaden 00:47 18
From Giessen 00:44 20
From Weinheim 00:40 18
From Arnhem 02:53 37
From Goettingen 01:43 33
From Dortmund 02:24 33
From Saarbrucken 02:22 26
From Hagen 02:20 22
From Goeppingen 02:24 22
From Hanau 00:15 10
From Solingen 02:45 33
From Braunschweig 02:44 33
From Halle Saale 02:42 40
From Wabern 01:43 22
From Ulm 02:17 33
From Bochum 02:06 22
From Essen 01:55 33
From Eisenach 01:45 33
From Idar Oberstein 01:44 31
From Erfurt 02:07 33
From Forbach 02:10 29
From Hildesheim 02:17 33
From Liege 02:10 19
From Montabaur 00:42 22
From Belfort-montbeliard Tgv 03:28 29


Getting around From Frankfurt, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Darmstadt 00:16 10
To Hanau 00:18 10
To Mainz 00:37 13
To Bensheim 00:48 16
To Limburg 00:53 22
To Aschaffenburg 01:00 14
To Giessen 01:04 20
To Fulda 01:08 22
To Ingelheim 01:08 17
To Wurzburg 01:10 22
To Mannheim 01:11 21
To Marburg 01:18 22
To Weinheim 01:19 18
To Bad Kreuznach 01:29 22
To Heidelberg 01:35 21
To Siegburg 01:36 29
To Bad Homburg 01:48 17
To Baden Baden 01:59 22
To Wabern 02:16 22
To Offenburg 02:16 22
To Forbach 02:17 29
To Koblenz 02:21 22
To Idar Oberstein 02:22 22
To Bonn 02:22 22
To Karlsruhe 02:25 22
To Goettingen 02:29 33
To Montabaur 02:39 22
To Kaiserslautern 02:46 22
To Freiburg 02:51 33
To Stuttgart 02:56 22
To Goeppingen 02:56 22
To Cologne 02:58 22
To Dusseldorf 03:06 33
To Hanover 03:14 33
To Erfurt 03:14 33
To Heilbronn 03:17 33
To Siegen 03:19 33
To Nuremberg 03:20 22
To Solingen 03:21 22
To Duisburg 03:24 33
To Belfort-montbeliard Tgv 03:26 51
To Bruchsal 03:30 22
To Weimar 03:34 33
To Essen 03:39 33
To Saarbrucken 03:40 22
To Aachen 03:42 33
To Besançon 03:47 52
To Hagen 03:54 33
To Bochum 03:55 33
To Leipzig 04:14 33
To Hamburg 04:19 33
To Trier 04:19 16
To Dortmund 04:24 33
To Liege 04:29 19
To Eindhoven 04:48 13
To Spiez 04:53 132
To Osnabruck 04:57 33
To Strasbourg 05:00 9
To Munster Westf Hb 05:01 33
To Augsburg 05:10 33
To Brussels 05:15 19
To Mulhouse 05:20 9
To Luxembourg 05:28 66
To Naumburg Saale 05:31 33
To Wels 05:33 76
To Bremen 05:37 33
To Olten 05:50 85
To Arnhem 05:51 37
To Munich 05:53 33
To Bern 06:06 30
To Chemnitz 06:08 33
To Friedrichshafen 06:09 33
To Macon 06:14 77
To Ulm 06:20 33
To Utrecht 06:22 49
To Basel 06:38 52
To Bamberg 06:50 22
To Interlaken 07:07 44
To Thun 07:18 29
To Passau 07:21 33
To Aix En Provence Tgv 07:30 49
To Lindau 07:32 33
To Marseille 07:45 49
To Salzburg 07:53 65
To Chalon Sur Saone 07:54 59
To Rothenburg O D Taube 08:01 22
To Lyon 08:13 49
To Halle Saale 08:14 33
To Lubeck 08:24 33
To Berlin 08:36 33
To Plattling 08:48 33
To Eisenach 09:07 22
To Braunschweig 09:11 33
To Avignon 09:13 49
To Rosenheim 09:38 22
To Linz 09:44 92
To Regensburg 09:51 33
To Kiel 09:51 33
To Hildesheim 10:00 33
To Dresden 10:10 33
To Kolding 10:18 29
To Vienna 10:25 29
To Wolfsburg 10:30 33
To Amsterdam 10:45 48
To Odense 11:01 29
To Konstanz 11:04 33
To Klagenfurt 11:19 50
To Zurich 11:21 24
To Paris 11:34 29
To Copenhagen 12:35 29
To Prague 13:43 29
To Milan 16:37 165
To Budapest 18:14 139

While you're there

Frankfurt, the largest financial centre in Europe

Frankfurt, also known as Frankfurt am Main, ranks among the most popular cosmopolitan urban cities of Europe. The city is one of the most important cities in Germany and is now a major financial and business hub. The city is dotted with a main railway station which connect Frankfurt to the rest of Germany and Europe. Frankfurt is home to a large number of finance institutions and other businesses who have their headquarters and offices in the skyscraping zone of the city. Frankfurt’s social scene is very multicultural and the city is home to Germany’s most celebrated museum landscape, offering its guests a colourful variety of cultural highlights throughout the year.


Frankfurt is often referred to as the city of short distances, with many of the city’s visitor attractions in walking distance. The most popular pedestrian zones include the Zeil and Neue Kräme shopping promenades as well as the riverfront esplanades on the north and south sides of the River Main.

The area not to be missed is the famous museum embankment. Set side by side, the museums regularly present spectacular exhibitions of international renown. From the time-honoured Städel Museum and the impressive German Architecture Museum to the German Film Museum – the range of establishments is truly unique!

Twice a year, in spring and autumn, Frankfurt comes together to celebrate the Dippemess, the region’s largest folk fair. Don’t miss it if you are there during the event. In December, visit the Frankfurt Christmas Market, one of Germany’s largest and most popular Christmas markets, and which is well known for its festive atmosphere.

Try typical Frankfurt specialities, such as Handkäs mit Musik (small pickled cheeses served in an onion vinaigrette), loin ribs with the traditional Green Sauce, made from seven different herbs. Frankfurt is also well known for its apple wine pubs. Many traditional pubs still make a cider like beverage according to their own recipes. It is particularly popular when served as a spritzer, that is, mixed with sparkling mineral water. Tasty and cheap, a Frankfurter is a must. Visit Sachsenhausen for the many traditional taverns or kneipen where you can try the local ebbelwoi – a bit like cider but more tart.

In Frankfurt you will find large department stores, retail chains, specialist shops and designer boutiques. Most major international brand names are represented on the Zeil – Frankfurt’s popular and famous pedestrian promenade and Germany’s most profitable shopping street. Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof railway station is one of Europe’s biggest, busiest and most strikingly designed – worth a visit for the shopping alone.


Frankfurt Tourismus and Congress
Römerberg 27, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: +49 (0)69 212 38800

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train Station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Frankfurt can be found.

While trains are the convenient way to travel in Europe, planes are essential for bringing you from overseas. Major European cities are annexed to airports hubs, while important cities or towns are served by regional airports. Frankfurt is annexed to Germany.


Frankfurt railway station(s)

Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof Train Station

Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof Train Station

Address: Im Hauptbahnhof 60329 Frankfurt

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 7am to 10pm
Saturday: 7am to 10pm
Sunday: 7am to 10pm

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains (SBahn), Intercity trains (ICE)
Services:
Assistance in stations, Car parking, Tourism office, Information point, Disabled facilities, Lift, Lockers, Lounge, Currency exchange, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.

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Nearest airport

Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport

Address: Hugo-Eckener-Ring 1 60547 Frankfurt

The Frankfurt Airport is the third busiest airport in Europe; it’s also the largest airport train station in Germany, ideal as a starting point for your German vacation if you travel by rail.

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Frankfurt Main Su

Address: Hedderichstraße 51 60549 Frankfurt

Frankfurt Main We

Address: Kasseler Straße 1 60486 Frankfurt

 



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Customer reviews

  • "Bad Experience on my trip"    
    It was a very bad experience to take the train in Nord station from Brussels to Frankfurt, my first journey to Germany. All trains are cancelled without prior announcement. No email was received. We know that until we took the train to this station. The staff in Brussels didn't help much and lost in temper to explain what we could do. Finally, we had to go to Midi Station to take coach to Koln and took another train to Frankfurt. It took us more than 12 hours.  
  • "First Euro Train Trip"    
    This was our first experience of long distance speed trains, coming from South Africa. It was great, clean, comfortable and a joy to experience.  
  • "Speedy connection"    
    This was my first time on the Paris-Frankfurt train. We found it very comfortable and very speedy for the distance covered.  
  • "review on Paris to Frankfurt"    
    It is a nice trip and feel good  
  • "Frankfurt - Paris Trip"    
    I had a good trip for Frankfurt to Paris.  
  • "Good trip"    
    Had a problem with confirming platform for the train, platform number displayed only 5 minutes before start and had to rush with my baggage. Otherwise great trip  
  • "Paris to Frankfurt"    
    Train car was uncomfortable a bit due to air not working as well as in other cars. But overall great trip for first time on a train.  
  • "perfect trip"    
    me and my wife took this train raid from paris to frankfurt. it was very nice trip and very comfortable. everything was perfect and i have nothing to complain.  
  • "Great way to travel"    
    Easy to buy tickets online and then print at home. Quickly travel from Paris to Frankfurt. Leaves and arrives on time. Can enjoy food on the train. Have your own table for your group. Overall great experience.  
  • "Train Journey"    
    This was a simple 1hr trip to connect to a train to frankfurt,  
  • "From Paris to Frankfurt"    
    Comfortable train with nice seats and leg space. There is adequate space to keep luggage which is a big relief. Punctual and right on time. If you like to watch the scenery outside, would advise you take seat on the top from where you would get a good view.  
  • "Zurich to Amsterdam trip on IC"    
    Train was comfortable and punctual and refreshments available if you need to buy on route.Not too convenient for traveling with heavy luggage though as there was no help available from train or station staff. The leg room was also limited for putting luggage.  
  • "High speed rail experience "    
    Traveling with my sons for first time in Europe. Wanted them to experience the high speed trains. Was wonderful- my only complaint would be that there was no speed posting in our train.  
  • "Loved the TGV"    
    Our round trip train ride was so well worth it.. we loved the smooth ride and the children loved sitting around the table of four where we were seated. the conductor had no time scanning our tickets which we printed out from your email. Thank you for a great trip.  
  • "Enjoying"    
    I enjoyed the trip with family. The seats were comfortable and the service from the cafeteria was also great.  
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