Transportation

Airport in Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt Airport

Located 12km southwest of the centre, Frankfurt Airport is Germany’s busiest, with the highest cargo turnover and the third-highest passenger numbers in Europe (after London’s Heathrow and Paris’ Charles de Gaulle).…
Funicular in Wiesbaden

Nerobergbahn

The easiest way to get up the Neroberg is aboard this water ballast-powered funicular railway from 1888. The top car is filled with up to 7000L of water, making it heavier than the bottom car, to which it’s attached…
Bicycle Hire in Frankfurt am Main

Call-a-Bike

To use Deutsche Bahn's bike-share scheme, register online or by phone with your credit card, then go to one of Frankfurt’s city-wide Call-a-Bike Stations and use the app or make a phone call to receive a code to unl…
Bicycle Hire in Wiesbaden

Der Radler

Hires bikes; helmets and child seats cost €3 each. From the train station, take the exit next to Track 11 and turn left.
Bicycle Hire in Frankfurt am Main

Next Bike

After registering with a credit card, go to one of Frankfurt's dozens of pick-up points throughout the city and use the app to get the lock code.
Information in Frankfurt am Main

Verkehrsinsel

In a round, glass pavilion, Verkehrsinsel provides public transport information, including timetables, and sells tickets.
Bus in Frankfurt am Main

Bus Station

Main bus station.
Bicycle Hire in Mainz

Zweirad Boxx

Hires bikes.
Taxi in Frankfurt am Main

Taxi Frankfurt

Taxi in Frankfurt am Main

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