At the centre of the world.

Frankfurt am Main is situated at the heart of Europe in the centre of Germany. It has outstanding transport connections with an international airport, the major intercity rail station and the Frankfurt autobahn intersection. And it’s not just travelling to Frankfurt that’s so straightforward – thanks to their location in the city, the exhibition grounds are also quick and easy to access. For instance, they are just a 10-minute walk from Frankfurt central station.

Flying to the Convention Center.

  • Frankfurt Airport is Germany’s largest commercial airport and is also a major international aviation hub.
  • The journey from the airport to the centre of town by car or public transport takes about 15 minutes. Messe Frankfurt is well signposted on all access roads.
  • The outstanding “S-Bahn” suburban and “U-Bahn” underground railway networks provide an effective inner city transport infrastructure and rapid connection to the surrounding area.
  • More than 1,700 taxis operate in the city every day. In addition, the Frankfurt bus route network covers the complete city and uses hybrid buses.

Getting here & parking

Close to the action.

  • The city is ideally equipped to cater for visitors, and with 4.5 million conference participants per year, the congress and convention sector is an important economic and image factor for Frankfurt.
  • Because of the tightly concentrated urban area, Frankfurt residents often reach their destination on foot or by bicycle. Guests can rent bicycles from numerous outlets around the clock.
  • Admission tickets to concerts, trade fairs and conferences normally include free travel on public transport.
  • There are also numerous car parks in close proximity to the exhibition grounds.

Getting here & parking