Spring Specialty Meeting 2019

02-03 May, Frankfurt, Germany


Access by plane

The airport of Frankfurt am Main is served by 89 passenger airlines which are flying to more than 250 destinations worldwide. There are several daily flights to the main European capitals and business centres. The modern building is located approximately 15 km away from the city centre.

From the airport to the city centre and vice versa:

Public transport
Various bus connections are available at the airport to get to the city centre. The bus stops are located in front of Terminal 1 (Arrivals level) and Terminal 2 (Level 2). Furthermore the airport can conveniently be reached by the regional train station.
Cost: approx. € 5.
Duration: approx. 20-30 min.

The motorway A3, A67 and A5 lead directly to the airport of Frankfurt. The signs direct to the right terminals. A parking space is offered at additional costs.

Access by car/coach

The German transportation network enables a comfortable and convenient trip to Frankfurt am Main by car or coach from any location on the European continent.

Access by train

The Frankfurt Central station is the largest railway station in Germany. It is a hub position in Europe's international railway network as various connections within different destinations exist.

How to reach the congress venue

Distance from congress venue:
0.3 km to Public transport
3.4 km to Frankfurt Central Station
5.2 km to City centre
13.6 km to Airport

GPS: Radisson Blu Hotel Frankfurt, Franklinstraße 65, 60486 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Public transportation Frankfurt

The congress venue as well as all hotels can easily be reached using Frankfurt's efficient and modern public transport network of underground lines, trams and busses. (S3, S4, S5, S6)

Single Trip Ticket: € 2.05 - 4.90
Day Ticket: € 4.00 - 9.55

Frankfurt Card (incl. public transport and discounts at local museums/sights)
1-Day Pass: € 10.50
2-Day Pass: € 15.50

Public transport tickets are available at any VGF or DB ticket machine or at the bus driver directly.

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