EUROSPINE

EUROSPINE 2023

4–6 October, Frankfurt, Germany

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Your journey to Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt am Main is located in the centre of Europe and is very easy to reach.
Access by Plane

Frankfurt Airport is the fifth-largest city airport of Germany and a major international airport. It features two passenger terminals with capacity for around 65 million passengers per year and four runways. It is located in the southwest of central Frankfurt and serves as major traffic node with a strong rail and motorway connection.

From Frankfurt Airport, it is a 15-minute journey by car or taxi to the exhibition grounds, arriving at the City Entrance/Festhalle (“Eingang City/Festhalle”), Galleria Entrance (“Eingang Galleria”) or Portalhaus Entrance (“Eingang Portalhaus”) or at the Congress Center and Kap Europa.

From the airport, you can take the S-Bahn suburban train lines S8 or S9 (in the direction of Hanau or Offenbach Ost) to Frankfurt Central Station ("Hauptbahnhof"). Suburban train lines S3, S4, S5 and S6 will then take you directly to the trade fair grounds (station: “Frankfurt (Main) Messe”). Detailed information about public transport can be found at the link at the end of the page: Arrival by train and public transport

For many trade fairs, the Messe Frankfurt shuttle bus runs from the bus station in Frankfurt Airport Terminal 1 via Terminal 2 to the exhibition grounds every 15 minutes. The journey takes approx. 15 minutes.

Access by Train
Frankfurt Central Station is only a few hundred metres away from Messe Frankfurt. The underground station there provides fast direct access with the suburban trains (S-Bahn) and underground trains (U-Bahn). In addition, you can switch to a tram or taxi once you arrive at the Central Station. If you prefer to walk, this should take around 10 minutes.

With the underground line 4 (in the direction of Bockenheimer Warte), it is one stop until Festhalle/Messe, where you will find the City Entrance (Eingang City), the Festhalle, the Congress Center and the Kap Europa congress centre.


Access by Car
As a transportation hub, Frankfurt also has excellent motorway connections. Please follow the signs belonging to our integrated traffic management system – these will show you the shortest way to Messe Frankfurt.

Ample parking is available for Messe Frankfurt events. When the Rebstock multi-storey car park is in operation, our shuttle service will bring you from there directly to the exhibition grounds.

Getting around Frankfurt

Public Transport
Subways, trams, commuter trains and busses - The easiest way to travel in Frankfurt!

The Rhine-Main Transport Association (RMV) is the operator of one of Germany's largest public transport networks, with public transportation being the most important means of transport in Frankfurt.

The Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt am Main - or Frankfurt Transport Authority (VGF) - is Frankfurt's main public transport operator. Over 350 rail vehicles provide comprehensive mobility on nine Metro and ten tram lines. The VGF is responsible for the network's infrastructure, security, cleanliness, maintenance and customer service.

Park & Ride (P+R) car parks
You’ll find P+R car parks at the various access roads leading into Frankfurt. Drivers may park their cars there and then take advantage of the bus and commuter train services to reach downtown Frankfurt quickly and easily – ideal for travellers wanting to get to their downtown destination directly and with a minimum of hassle.

Cycling
Find all information about cycling and bikes
www.frankfurt-tourismus.de/en/Discover-Experience/Leisure-and-Sports/Bicycle-Rental

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