Getting here and travelling around
Thanks to its location at the heart of Europe and Germany, Frankfurt is an important traffic hub and can be reached by visitors extremely easily.
This is where Europe’s second largest airport, with more than 50 million passengers a year, and also the station in Germany with the highest volume of traffic are situated. Every day, around 350,000 passengers from home and abroad use the central station for their journey from and to Frankfurt. The motorway connection via the Frankfurt interchange also offers a good way of getting here.
No matter whether you want to explore Frankfurt on arrival by car or local public transport – there are many ways of doing this in Frankfurt.
From 1 October 2008, a low emission zone (Umweltzone) will come into force to reduce fine particle pollution.
Passengers can reach almost 300 destinations around the world from Frankfurt Airport. The airport offers about 61 million air passengers every year optimal travel connections.
Hahn airport is situated approximately 120 km west of Frankfurt in the Hunsrück and has developed into one of the most attractive passenger airports in Germany.
The electronic timetable information for local transport quickly and conveniently displays all of the desired transport connections with tariff information.
Because local transport is integrated in a transport association, there is a common tariff structure throughout the region from Wiesbaden to Fulda and from Marburg to Darmstadt.
CityGuide Mobile is an interactive pedestrian navigation system for mobile terminals.
The electronic timetable information of the German Railways is available for you in your search for your desired rail connections. These also provide ticket price information.