Frankfurt Central Station

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  • Address: Hauptbahnhof - Passage 60329 Frankfurt am Main, 60329, Germany
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +49-06921238800
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Tour, Family And Kids, Street Food, Landmarks, Travel

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.

  • Sometimes the beggars might be annoying.

  • Ticket price may vary.

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

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  • Frankfurt Central Station Address: Hauptbahnhof - Passage 60329 Frankfurt am Main, 60329, Germany
  • Frankfurt Central Station Contact Number: +49-06921238800
  • Frankfurt Central Station Timing: 24-hrs
  • Frankfurt Central Station Price: Free
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  • 4.38% of people who visit Frankfurt include Frankfurt Central Station in their plan

  • 23.08% of people start their Frankfurt Central Station visit around 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Frankfurt Central Station

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday

90.48% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Frankfurt Central Station

People normally club together St Pauls Church and Fressgass while planning their visit to Frankfurt Central Station.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • The potential of this train station is huge: Many tracks, a central location in Germany and Europe and many connections.The building is also beautiful. However, the station looks miserable from the inside: dirty, stinky, full, with drug addicted and/or drunk people walking/strolling/sitting around. The moderate renovation of the floor and ceiling improved the look but insufficiently. The B-level is even (much) worse and very unpleasant. And the level of the underground is as bad as the B-level. The escalators would profit from a sign indicating that people should stand on the right side and walk on the left one. The long awaited thorough renovation is urgently needed.

  • I've always liked this station, it is busy but the layout is easy to navigate. Cool restaurants and shops. Easy to get to/from and its an excellent landmark.

  • The best train station I have ever come across ! It is super organized and the caffes here are great to check out

  • Excellent ,very clean,inside McDonald’s food court available.down stairs metro train (Fares are very reasonable )&very safest country to travel by train.

  • You have everything that you need here and it is really beautiful. Everything is written as needed. There are so many people there. Almost every train goes on time. Watch your stuff and everything is gonna be good.

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