Transport in Frankfurt
From the airport: Those arriving
in Germany by plane will usually land at Frankfurt Airport,
Frankfurt am Main, coded FRA in the international aviation
codes. The city has the largest airport in the country, with
the most frequent and connections to all destinations worldwide.
In order to get from the airport to the city
there are two options: public transport is available; subway
line S8 will take you to the central station downtown in under
30 minutes. If you prefer taxis, a ride will cost you between
15 and 25 Euros, depending on where you are going and how
heavy the traffic is.
From the station: Once you
are in the lobby you should see the Tour Office to the right,
just in front of the main exit.
By car: The A3, A5, A66 and
A67 highways lead right into the heart of the city. The best
thing to do would be to follow the signs indicating 'Zentrum
' (downtown) and the 'Hauptbahnhof ' (central
station). The Tour Office is just in front of the station.
There are other tour offices in the Römerberg, the city's
historic quarter and also on the pedestrian-only Die Zeil
Moving around Frankfurt
The fastest and cheapest way of moving around
in Frankfurt is using public transport, namely the subway
and buses. Taxis are also trustworthy although a little more
expensive. It is perfectly safe to flag a taxi on the street.
Another option is renting a car.
is ideally situated so that students are just minutes away
from the city's means of public transport.
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