Due to its central location, Frankfurt is an important transportation hub and easily accessible from pretty much anywhere in Europe. The most frequented German motorway junction, the Frankfurter Kreuz, connects the federal motorways A3 and A5. From the north, you can get there via the federal highway A5. From the south, you can get there via the A67 motorway, eventually transitioning to the A5. From the west and southeast, you can get there via the federal motorway A3. From the southwest, you can get there via the A6 motorway, transitioning to the A5.
There are lot of flights to Frankfurt – it's the fourth largest airport in Europe. From Frankfurt Airport, you can get to the city center by rail. There are two stations in front of Terminal 1, the main train station and the underground regional train station below Terminal 1. In the regional train station (track 1 to 3), look for the following railway lines: RE 2, RE 3, S8, S9, RB31 and RE 51. A ticket costs 4,90€ and all of them bring you in the city. You can also use the bus lines 58 and 61 to reach the city center. At night, you can use the bus lines N7 and N81.
The venue is in the south of Frankfurt. You can use the rail system to get there. The RB 61 takes you from the Frankfurt Main Station to Dreieich-Sprendlingen. From there, it will be a 15-minute walk to our venue. Just walk down August-Bebel-Straße and you will reach the venue.Information for Public Transport