Manhattan Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Dusseldorferstrasse 10, Frankfurt, Hesse, D-60329, Germany
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Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by BecMay

I am coming from USA to Frankfurt International Airport & want to go to Lampertheim Germany where my husband is working. Can somebody please tell me how to get from the Airport to the correct train station so I can catch the train to Lampertheim. Thank You so very much!!

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by Greggor58

Try this link..the train station CONNECTED TO the Frankfurt airport is Flugh...I can grab ICE train there right at the airport....looks like ONE change of trains..

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by Greggor58

Oooops...think I gave you incorrect information..sorry for the confusion..for the Airport train station in the scroll down look for Flughafen Fernbahnhof..

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by abalada

DB timetable
From: FRA
To: Lampertheim
and select as means of transport "only local transport".

At the airport you go to the regional train station (Regionalbahnhof) which is in the basement of Terminal 1. There are no direct trains from the airport to Lampertheim. In most cases you'll have to change trains in Frankfurt-Niederrad. You can click on the '>' symbol to see the details for a connection. Niederrad station has only 2 platforms. Also elevators if you need this to get your luggage from one platform to the other. Station map (on page 2),property=data.pdf

Single ticket is EUR 10,30. RMV tariff applies which is not shown by the DB timetable.

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by leics

is my preferred link. It will give you train times, details and fares in English.

Choose Frankfurt(M)Flughafen for the airport station (it's well-signed, so you can't get lost).

Journey takes from just under an hour, depending on departure time. You will make one change, probably at Mannheim (don't worry, German stations are very eas to navigate and there will be people around to help anyway). One-way fare using the faster trains is from 23.50 euro.

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by Kathrin_E

The ICE trains will not save you time because you have to do the detour via Mannheim. They cost notably more, though. I'd go for the local route as described by abalada.

Note that there are TWO train stations at Frankfurt airport. Local trains and the S-Bahn depart from Regionalbahnhof which is right underneath Terminal 1. Long-distance trains depart from Fernbahnhof, which is a short walk along an indoor bridge from Terminal 1. Both are well signposted. Look up connections on and you will see from which station your train departs.

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by leics

Ablada, our posts crossed. My post was not intended as a comment on yours.

Re: Airport to Train that will take me to Lampertheim

by christine.j

Depending on the time of day you arrive in Frankfurt I would change trains in Frankfurt main station - Frankfurt HBF -, which is always busy. Niederrad can be quite lonely after business hours.

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt Card

by antistar

Another option to a metro ticket is the Frankfurt Card, a special ticket that covers you for all local transport for a day, or two days. It allows you to travel to and from the airport, and also gives you free access to pretty much every museum in Frankfurt. In addition you get discounts on the Palmengarten, guided city tours, and trips on the Main.

This can be bought from the tourist offices of Frankfurt for 8 euros (12 euros for 2 days):

1. Tourist Information Office Hauptbahnhof.
2. Tourist Information Römer.
3. Frankfurt Airport, Fraport AG, Hotel Reservation (Terminal 1: Arrival Hall B, Terminal 2).
4. Mobility Information Centre, An der Hauptwache.

It's a great option if you plan to pack in lots of museum visits in a day or two.

Schirn Kunsthalle

by chicabonita

The Schirn is just a few meters away from Roemer

The museum shows changing exhibitions. Check out the web pages to learn what you can see at the moment. I have already seen several great exhibitions in the Schirn.

The side is also available in Englisch

GOETHE´s writing desk.


by joh28

GOETHE´s writing desk.

In 1795, the house passed from the ownership of the Goethe family and went through several owners and alterations until it was purchased in 1863 by Otto Volger and meticulously restored to the same condition left by Goethe's father. It remained, as it does today after its destruction by war in 1944 and rebuilding in 1949, a prime example of the comfortable, relatively simple middle class home of the mid 18th Century.

Good view

by World-travel

Go up to the Zeilgalerie at Hauptwache pass the sports bar and get up the stairs to the viewing point. From there you can see the whole city and you don´t have to pay an entrance fee. There is also a map where you can see the names of the old buildings and skyscrapers

University -- Bockenheim Campus

by Nemorino

The Johann Wolfgang Goethe University was founded in 1914 and has traditionally been located for the most part here in the Frankfurt district of Bockenheim, which is just west of the Westend and north of the fairgrounds.

They call it a campus, but it is more like just a part of the city that has a lot of buildings belonging to the university. You won't find much in the way of parks and greenery here.

Lots of distinguished people have studied here, including yours truly. (You'd think they'd at least put up a plaque or something, but no . . .)

Now that the new Westend Campus has been inaugurated, they are planning to move more and more departments up there over the next ten or fifteen years, and at some point perhaps phase out the Bockenheim Campus entirely. There are already fewer students here than there used to be, which has an adverse effect on local businesses and also on the general mood and atmosphere of this part of the city.

To get here, take the subway U4, U6 or U7 to Bockenheimer Warte.


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Address: Dusseldorferstrasse 10, Frankfurt, Hesse, D-60329, Germany