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About Frankfurt Central Station, Frankfurt

Frankfurt's Central Station is still one of the largest train stations in Europe. The building is split into three halls, all of which have been recently renovated. The station now boasts dozens of shops, food outlets and a stylish waiting room. Overall, the station offers a pleasant atmosphere and makes a clean impression. For the natural stone facade, the place has a unique charm, which makes this place worth visiting. Reaching the place is easy as it is located at the heart of the city.

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Frankfurt Central Station Information

  • Sometimes the beggars might be annoying.

Frankfurt Central Station Tickets Prices

  • Ticket price may vary.

Frankfurt Central Station Opening and Closing Hours

  • Check website for the current schedules of trains.
  • There are also long-distance night trains from Frankfurt.

How To Get To Frankfurt Central Station by Public Transport

  • Stadtbahn

Restaurants Near Frankfurt Central Station

  • Iwase – Sushi
  • Harveys – Breakfast
  • Rosa Bistro – French cuisine

Address: Hauptbahnhof - Passage 60329 Frankfurt am Main

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Frankfurt City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
View Deal Frankfurt City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour 134 Reviews | Duration: 1 day From USD 17.02/person

See the best of Frankfurt on an easy and convenient hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour! The perfect do-it-yourself sightseeing tour in Frankfurt, the hop-on hop-off tour allows you to see Frankfurt's top attractions aboard an open-top double-decker bus with pre-recorded multi-lingual commentary. With 14 hop-on hop-off stops conveniently located around the city, you can see all the main sights, including the Romer (town hall), St Paul's Church, the Botanical Garden and the impressive Opera House. Tickets are valid for one day, allowing you to make the most of your time in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt Combo: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip and Frankfurt City Tour
View Deal Frankfurt Combo: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip and Fran... 23 Reviews | Duration: 9 hours From USD 116.84/person

Combine two tours to explore both Frankfurt and nearby Heidelberg in one day. Start with a half-day trip to Heidelberg to visit the impressive Heidelberg Castle ruins, Old Town and the Karl Theodor Bridge. Back in Frankfurt, enjoy a 2-hour sightseeing tour by double-decker bus to observe the city’s many contrasts. Visit the Romer town hall and Frankfurt Cathedral, walk around the historic city center, marvel at the sleek buildings in Frankfurt's European banking center and much more.

Frankfurt Sightseeing Cruise
View Deal Frankfurt Sightseeing Cruise 26 Reviews | Duration: 60 minutes From USD 10.22/person

Enjoy spectacular views of Germany’s impressive skyline on this one-hour Frankfurt sightseeing cruise! See some of Frankfurt’s top attractions like Frankfurt Cathedral, the skyline of Frankfurt’s financial district (also known as ‘Little Manhattan’) and Europaturm, the city’s tallest building. Soak in the special atmosphere of this vibrant city while sailing along the Main River. Enjoy onboard audio commentary and learn interesting information about Frankfurt's highlights.

Heidelberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt
View Deal Heidelberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt 216 Reviews | Duration: 6 hours From USD 89.41/person

Visit the romantic city of Heidelberg on a half-day trip from Frankfurt. With an expert guide to show you around, you'll explore the ruins at Heidelberg Castle and discover the city's Old Town, home to Renaissance period buildings, the Karl Theodor Bridge and Heidelberg University.

Share your experience - Rate Frankfurt Central Station, Frankfurt

  • It is a very good and comfortable railway station in Frankfurt. Everything is splendid, there are many cafes and bars everywhere, it is easy to take a tickets in automatic boxes. I like this station and I often go there. There are many ways and trains there.

  • Impressive station. Cool building. More machines than staff but that's just the way things are moving these days

  • The station is very clean and organized. The choice of foods is also very good. However, the outside is very dirty. The connection to long journey buses is also not good. The buses stop on the side of the road. There is no separate place for the buses. The streets in front of the hbf are also good for shopping.

  • Huge train station, impressive to see! If you're not German make sure you have extra time on hand to understand how to schedule works. It's fairly straightforward though. Lots of food and other amenities located near the trains.

  • Direct train connection to Frankfurt international airport, including by ICE. Well connected with other major European cities by inter city train. Easy transfer to the bus or metro (U-bahn) or tram. Some areas of the central station are not clean and could be better maintained.

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