You can find on this page the Frankfurt transport map to print and to download in PDF. The Frankfurt transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of Frankfurt in Germany.
The Frankfurt transport map shows all means of transportation in Frankfurt. This transports map of Frankfurt will allow you to move easily with public transport of Frankfurt in Germany. The Frankfurt transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Frankfurt is located in the European backbone, a region with particularly dense transports communication routes. Frankfurt transports map has one of the largest railway stations in Europe (Frankfurt Hbf.) within the city walls, supplemented by the airport station. Since June 2007, Frankfurt has been linked to Paris by TGV and ICE (Intercity-Express) trains, which run directly on the Frankfurt-Mannheim Line and partly on the LGV Est Européenne (3.5 hour trip).
Frankfurt transports map allows visitors to easily travel all over the city and is easier, cheaper, and often faster than a car. Frankfurt transports system consists of the U-Bahn (subways), S-Bahn (commuter trains), trams, and buses. It is run by the Rhine-Main Transport Association (RMV) and Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt (VGF), one of Germany largest public transport networks. The system is well-organized, safe, and fairly punctual, but it takes some practice to get comfortable. Use our complete guide to Frankfurt public transport.
Frankfurt transports map shows that the city and its surroundings are very well served by public transports: U-Bahn (underground), S-Bahn (equivalent to S-Bahn), tram (Strassenbahn) and bus in Frankfurt. In the U-Bahn and S-Bahn, tickets can be purchased from the ticket machines usually located on the platforms. There are no machines for stamping tickets in Frankfurt. You should therefore buy your ticket when you make your journey and not before, as you may be liable to pay a fine. Good to know: for short trips on the U-Bahn (maximum 3 stations), you can buy a cheaper ticket (Kurzstrecke).
The Frankfurt zone map shows all transport zones in Frankfurt. This zone map of Frankfurt will allow you to know the prices of public transport of Frankfurt in Germany. The Frankfurt zones of transports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
There are nine combined U-Bahn/tram lines and almost 90 stations in Frankfurt zone map: U1–U3: These lines run from the southern railway station to the north of Frankfurt on one route, then split towards Nordweststadt (U1; red), Bad Homburg-Gonzenheim (U2; light green), and Oberursel (U3; dark purple). U4 (Pink): Runs from western Bockenheimer Warte through the Hauptbahnhof (main train station zone) to eastern Enkheim. U5 (Dark green): This is a combined tram and underground line from northern Preungesheim to the city center of Frankfurt. It shares some underground stations with the U4.
Frankfurt Airport is home to two railway zone stations: a station for long-distance travel located in the AIRail Terminal and a station for suburban (S-Bahn), regional and local trains based in Terminal 1 visible on Frankfurt zone map. Both stations are connected to Terminal 2. Buses leave the airport regularly to Frankfurt and other cities from Terminals 1 and 2. Tickets can be purchased directly from the driver. Several shuttle buses also operate at the airport, some of which are operated by airlines.
As you can see on Frankfurt zone map,Frankfurt is within a single zone, so save yourself some hassle and purchase a day ticket for only 6.80 Euro or, better still, check out the Frankfurt Card which offers amazing discounts on entry to museums and landmarks and includes unlimited rides on public transport. The Frankfurt Card is on sale at the airport (look out for signs at the Arrivals Lounge), at both Tourist Info Centers (on Romerplatz and the Central Train Station) and all train stations in Frankfurt.