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With a pedestrianised shopping zone containing many designer boutiques and expensive jewellery shops, Frankfurt also offers a wide variety of international cuisine.
Frankfurt is the stage for many international trade fairs and hotel accommodation may peak during these times.
Airport to City Information
Frankfurt's main airport is simply called Frankfurt International and is located a mere 10 kilometres south-west of the city.
Currently all Aer Llingus flights into Frankfurt International arrive into and depart from Terminal 2.
The long-distance railway station is at the AIRail Terminal, right next to Terminal 1. Trains arrive at and depart from platforms 4 to 7.
In addition, there is a local railway station for S-Bahn, regional and local trains at Terminal 1, Level 1. Trains arrive at and depart from platforms 1 to 3.
Both railway stations are linked to Terminal 2 via buses and the Sky Line.
Buses arrive at Terminal 1 at the bus stop in front of the Arrivals halls and at Terminal 2 on Level 2 in front of the Arrivals and Departures halls. Please note that only buses nos. 61, 68, 73 to Kelsterbach and no. 975 travel to Terminal 2. All other buses stop at Terminal 1 only.
If you arrive at Terminal 2 and your bus leaves at Terminal 1, follow the signs for "Terminal 1 via Sky Line". Sky Line, the free shuttle train connecting Terminals 1 and 2, will take you to Terminal 1. In Terminal 1, first follow the "Exit" signs until you reach the Departures level. Then, go down one level towards "Arrivals". Leave the Terminal on the Arrivals level. The bus station is directly opposite the exit.
A large number of taxis are available at both terminals and round the clock. A trip to/from the center of Frankfurt takes 20 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. If you travel to Frankfurt Airport by taxi, simply tell the driver the name of your airline. The taxi driver knows his way round and will "automatically" take you to the right terminal and put you down near your check-in desk.
Ryanair fly into Frankurt-Hahn Airport.
The Bus stop to get into the city centre is in front of the terminal building. The total travel time one way is 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Fare per person oneway €12.
Bus-Stop at Stuttgarter Street/corner Mannheimer Street. Bus-Stop is marked with a "RYANAIR/Bohr" sign. It is located on the south-side of the main-train-station.
Bus-Station, Terminal 1, arrival area in front of hall B - bus-stop number 22.