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About Frankfurt

Economically speaking, Frankfurt is one of Germany’s most important and well-known cities, not surprising as it is home to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and European Central Bank. 
 
Located in the basin of the Rhine River, the city is divided into two by the Main River. One side of the river is home to the old town, the other to high-rise buildings. Commerzbank Tower, where most of the banks have their headquarters, is the most famous skyscraper in Frankfurt. Pharmaceutical and automotive companies are seated here as well. There are trade shows almost all year round, and fairs such as the book fair, or the automotive and boat shows are particularly popular. Being a city of trade shows, it follows that there are quite a number of options for accommodation. Inner-city transportation is highly developed. The train and subway networks are extensive. The river, too, is used for transportation and freight forwarding purposes. 
 
Frankfurt has a humid climate. Although it is warm in the summer, there are occasional rains. Winters, on the other hand, are generally cold and snowy. The average temperature is around 24℃ in the summer, and below 0℃ in the winter. In Frankfurt, you can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the city from the top of the Commerzbank Tower; take a walk along the river; go to the Römer Square in the old town; visit the Opera House, St. Paul’s Church, or the Liebieghaus Museum that boasts a comprehensive Egyptian collection. 
 
One should rather be watchful in this city as it has a relatively high crime rate, one of the highest in Europe. The Frankfurt International Airport serves the city. There are taxis, buses and trains to the city center, and the trip takes about 15 minutes by train. 
 

Transportation to Frankfurt City Center from Airport

Frankfurt Am Main Airport

Located 12 km southwest of the city center, Frankfurt Airport is a major international airport serving the city of Frankfurt, Germany. You can get to the city center from Frankfurt Airport by train, bus, taxi and rental car.

Train

The commuter rail line runs directly from Frankfurt Airport to the city center, making it a quick and easy transportation alternative. The S-Bahn commuter rail line operates directly from the Frankfurt Airport Station in Terminal 1 to the Frankfurt Central Station in the city center. S-Bahn lines S8 and S9 provide transportation to Frankfurt Central Station from the airport. The total trip takes about 10 minutes and trains run every 15 minutes during peak hours. 

Bus

Buses are another transportation alternative you can use to get to the city center from the airport. There are many different bus lines and routes that provide direct transportation to the city. Buses are a convenient and reliable method of transportation to get to the city. There are bus stops located at both terminals.

Taxi

Another convenient transportation alternative to get to the city center from the airport is by taxi. Taxis are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from both terminals. The trip from the airport to the city center by taxi takes about 30 minutes. 

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Frankhurt-Hahn Airport

Neu-Isenburg Airport

Rhein Main Afb Airport

As there are no scheduled flights from Frankfurt Rhein Afb Airport, you can get to the city from Frankfurt am Main International Airport, which is 15 kilometers away from the former. To get to the Frankfurt’s city centre, one of Germany’s major cities of commerce, art and culture, you can use public transportation vehicles such as shuttles, public buses, trains or ride your bicycle if you have one.

Bus

You can take buses to travel between the terminals at Frankfurt International Airport. These bus rides take about 10 minutes and enables passengers to travel between terminals easily.

Hotel Shuttles

Many hotels located in the city centre such as ACHAT Hotel, Best Western Amedia Frankfurt Airport, Holiday Inn Express Frankfurt Airport, Holiday Inn Frankfurt Airport North, InterCityHotel Frankfurt Airport, Mercure Hotel Frankfurt Airport Kelsterbach, NH Hotel Frankfurt Airport West, NH Frankfurt Niederrad, Ramada Frankfurt Messe and Ramada Niedernhausen Micador provide free or low priced shuttle services from Frankfurt International Airport. These shuttles are one of the most economic ways to travel for this route.

Airport Shuttles

You can also use the airport shuttles services, provided by private companies, which directly transport passengers to the many locations at city centre from the airport. To use the airport shuttle services, you must make a reservation by phone or on the internet before your arrival. If you give your flight information to the shuttle staff, shuttle driver will wait for you at a close location to the terminal you will be landing on and take you directly to your destination in the city centre. Traveling by airport shuttles does not usually take too much time, but in order not to be late to your destination you should consider the traffic jam which occurs occasionally. You can make reservation for the airport shuttles by yourself or through travel agencies.

Carsharing

Carsharing is also a low priced and comfortable way to travel to city centre from Frankfurt International Airport. You can take an available shared-use car by going to the carsharing location in P29 parking lot, just outside the Terminal 1. You can use the carsharing services at a cheaper price by registering to system in advance.

Rent-a-car

You can easily rent a car by going to many international rent-a-car company offices at the airport. To use the rent-a-car services in Frankfurt International Airport, you must first make sure that you have your valid driver licence and other  travel papers which may be required complete. You can contact the rent-a-car offices in the airport by phone or e-mail to get information about the papers required for the car rental, procedure and any other matters you would like to know about. By renting a car from an office at the same terminal where your flight is, you can directly get aboard without needing to transfer between the terminals.

Taxi

You can find a taxi in front of each of the Frankfurt International Airport’s terminals any time of the day. In Frankfurt, like in many other cities, taxis are one of the easiest and most comfortable ways to travel to city centre from the airport. Taxis in front of the terminals accept credit cards as well, but do not forget that you need a credit card available for foreign use. There are also large taxis that can carry up to seven passengers together at the airport. Traveling from airport to the city center takes about 20 – 30 minutes, depending on the traffic. Taxi fares may differ depending on the distance and the traffic situation but you can form an opinion about the average fare you need to pay by talking to the taxi driver in advance.

Train

You can travel directly to the locations like Frankfurt city centre, Hanau, Mainz, Aschaffenburg or Wiesbaden from the airport thanks to the train station which is connected directly to these cities. One of the biggest pros of traveling by train is it is cheaper than many other alternatives such as taxi or rent-a-car. Although traveling by train takes longer than taxis or rent-a-cars, espcially when there is no traffic, but it still saves time in case of a traffic jam. By taking the trains running on various routes such as S8, 21, S9, 55 or 75, you can travel to Frankfurt city centre or many other locations in Germany directly.  You can travel at a cheaper price by making a reservation through Rail & Fly service.

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Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof Airport

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