Prinz Hotel Otto

Otto Strasse 5, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60329, Germany
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From Frankfurt to Cologne by train

by sarrahh

Hello VTs
I will be in Frankfurt on 22 of Nov. going from Beirut, Lebanon
how can i fine a train from the airport or do i have to go to a train station if i wana go from Frnakfurt to Cologne
pls help me and tell me the price of the ticket to cologne

Thanks

Sarah

Re: From Frankfurt to Cologne by train

by Turtleshell

http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

From: FRA
To: Cologne

Frankfurt airport hosts two train stations, one for regional trains, the other one, called "Fernbahnhof / AirRail Terminal", would be yours.
You can book online or at the "Reisezentrum" directly at Fernbahnhof. Both are difficult to miss.

http://www.airportcity-frankfurt.de/include/airport-city.de/jsp/static/terminal/images/t1_neu.gif

The red DB logo indicates a Reisezentrum.

Re: From Frankfurt to Cologne by train

by abalada

There are direct trains from Frankfurt Airport to Cologne.

Instead of the fast and expensive highspeed link you can also use the old route through the really scenic Middle Rhine Valley.
http://www.welterbe-mittelrheintal.de/

Give at the DB timetable Koblenz as a via station to enforce this route. Slower but also considerably cheaper.

Re: From Frankfurt to Cologne by train

by leics

It really couldn't be easier.

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

will give you times and fares for your journey in English.

Frankfurt airport station is within the airport itself: just follow the signs. You will be able to buy your ticket either from a machine (English language options)or from the ticket office (courteous and helpful staff with good English, though there may be a queue).

Re: From Frankfurt to Cologne by train

by Jesperp

Hi!
Cologne called Köln in German.
Regards Jesper

Re: From Frankfurt to Cologne by train

by leics

The wonderful thing about the bahn.de link I gave above is that it 'knows' Cologne is Koln, and changes your search automatically!

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Museum River Bank Festival

by Nemorino

Every year on the last weekend in August, Frankfurt am Main holds its annual Museum River Bank Festival (Museumsuferfest), so called because it is a joint venture of the two dozen or so Frankfurt museums located on or near the Main River.

A new highlight at the 2004 festival was a free open air concert given on Sunday morning by the Frankfurt Opera orchestra conducted by Kapellmeister Roland Böer, featuring arias and a duet sung by members of the Frankfurt Opera ensemble.

The Museum Park on the south bank of the Main River was packed for the concert. The photo shows only a small part of the audience, since there was no way to get the entire audience in one picture without going up to the top floor of one of the museums.

The weather looked a bit unstable, but it held. The concert was a huge success.

For more photos and details, please have a look at my Museum River Bank Festival travelogue.

Christmas market

by lenoreva

The christmas market is the one time you'll find the people of frankfurt being socialable during the winter. Here, Daniel orders a warm drink (Feuerzangerbowle)from one of the many stands set up in the center of town (between Hauptwache and Romer)

France beat holders Brazil

by Maria250

Quoting from http://cnn.com/worldcup

Saturday, July 1, 2006

FRANKFURT, Germany -- France rolled back the years by producing a vintage performance to reach the semifinals of the World Cup with a 1-0 victory over holders Brazil...

Les Bleus, who stunned Brazil 3-0 in the 1998 final, will now play Portugal on Wednesday in Munich -- with the 2006 World Cup winners now guaranteed to come from Europe.

Five-times champions Brazil, who were hoping to reach the World Cup final for the fourth time in succession, looked nervous throughout a game of high quality.

France's win means the great Zidane, who was back to his brilliant best, has not played his last match yet...

"We fought closely together for a well-deserved victory. Now we'll try to win a place in the final. We don't want to stop now. This is so beautiful, we want it to carry on," added Zidane.

The 34-year-old maestro, who will retire after the finals, lived up to the occasion, as did the entire French team.

The finest bunch of players to wear French colours when they were world champions began the finals sluggishly but proved at Brazil's expense that they are still a formidable outfit...

The closest France came was in added time before the break when Patrick Vieira, beautifully set up by some Zidane wizardry, charged towards goal.

It took a late, dangerous tackle from Brazil defender Juan, who collected a yellow card for the offence, to stop the France midfielder...

France thrilled the crowd with fluent moves.. Coach Raymond Domenech praised his team. "It was extraordinary. Sometimes there aren't any words to describe what you're experiencing. I tackled with them, I shot with them. The old men are still around."

Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said France had deserved their victory.

".. France played very well, they were more patient and their victory was a deserved one."

Inside CoBa's HQ: Sculptures

by codrutz


The lobby of the Commerzbank building at Kaizerplatz hosts also some sculptures by the american J.Seward Johnson, Jr.. The three life-sized (as you can see in the picture), entitled "Nice to see You", "Keeping Up" and "Second-Hand Information" (the one I'm also getting second-hand info), are positioned in the lobby as if they were part of the daily scene. By example, "Keeping Up" is a man cleaning the windows at the entrance to the lobby.

Champs Elysees in Frankfurt

by yellowstar about high priced shops

Here you have all the main shops like LouisVuitton, Chanel, Tods, etc.

The comparison with the Champs Elysees is very much exaggerated but you get here the same sort of clothes. shoes, women's clothes, men's clothes a lot!

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Address: Otto Strasse 5, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60329, Germany