Frankfurt Area Guide: Transportation

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2017 CRL-CIFNAL Symposium > Frankfurt Area Guide > Transportation   Lodging   Food Choices   Shopping   Book Fair Events   Emergency Numbers   Local Culture & Sightseeing  


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Traveling by Air

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Frankfurt Airport - Flights & More
There is a train station and regional transit connection beneath the airport.
Also: hotels, shopping, dining, and more.
Click on "Sightseeing" for more on Frankfurt hotels, tours, museums and events.




Traveling by Rail, S-Bahn and Metro


NOTE: Rhein-Main regional rain, S-Bahn, metro, buses and other means of transit during the course of the fair are covered with your Book Fair registration.

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German Rail - bahn.com
In addition to rail travel throughout Germany, the S-Bahn and regional trains are handy links to Frankfurt.
Book Fair registration includes the costs of Frankfurt-area transportation.


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Rhein-Main Verkehrsverbund - Rhine-Main Regional Transit
This site helps you find your way. Also available as a mobile app: RMVsmart
The symposium is in the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek (German National Library), at the metro (U-Bahn) stop of the same name on the U5 line, a ten minute ride from the railroad station.




Traveling by Auto - Rental & Taxis

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Frankfurt Taxis & Rental Cars
This TripAdvisor page gives phone numbers for various taxi companies and rental car information.
Keep in mind that the best choice on arrival may be other transportation included in your Book Fair registration price (see above).
NOTE: Uber, Lyft and similar services are unavailable in Frankfurt due to German regulatory (i..e., financial) equivalency with taxis.




Traveling by Foot - Walking Tours

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Self-Guided Walking Tours in Frankfurt
GPYMYCITY offers 22 different (& free) self-guided walking tours.
Find one or more that fit your interests.
There's also a mobile app for that.




Traveling by Boat - River Cruises

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River Cruises from Frankfurt
Two different cruise lines provide a view of Frankfurt's skyline from the Main River: 50-, 60- or 100-minute cruises possible.


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Köln-Düsseldorfer Cruise Line
If you have a day to cruise the Middle Rhine—Koblenz to/from Mainz or Wiesbaden—a return by rail is an option.



2017 CRL-CIFNAL Symposium > Frankfurt Area Guide > Transportation   Lodging   Food Choices   Shopping   Book Fair Events   Emergency Numbers   Local Culture & Sightseeing  


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