Emergency medical service: 19 292
Dental emergencies: 01805/996363
Getting there - by car
The city of Frankfurt can be easily reached from the A5, via the A 66 or the multi-lane avenue ring, and also from the A3 via Kennedy Avenue.
Getting there - by train
At Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof, all passenger trains (local and long distance), ICE and Intercity trains are departing every hour to all major German cities.
Getting there - by plane
There are scheduled flights to all big and medium cities. You get all information about the Fraport Infofon: Phone 6900 or Phone 01805/3724636 | http://www.airportcity-frankfurt.de. The airport is connected to the rail and to the city-train network. The city-train into the city runs every 15 minutes, the trip takes 15-20 minutes and costs 3.60 Euro. A taxi takes (depending on traffic and route) 20-40 minutes (minimum 30 Euro).
Reports - Tourist-Information Main Station
Phone 21238800 | http://www.frankfurt-tourismus.de | Mon-Fri 08.00-21.00, Sat/Sun 9.00-18.00 o`clock
Frankfurt's Taxi call: Phone 230001 and 250001, Velo Taxi: Phone 0700VELOTAXI (letters on the phone) or simply stop on the way | http://www.0700velotaxi.de | first kilometer 2.50 Euro, individual Route of 30 minutes 7,50 Euro
Area code for Frankfurt in Germany: 069
Ticket and Info Hotline (Frankfurt Ticket) for theater-, opera-, ballet- and concert-tickets, Phone: 1340400
In city-trains, subways, trams and buses, the same ticket is valid. A day ticket costs 5.60 Euro. With the group day ticket (8.40 Euro) you can take up to five people as many trips. In some hotels, you can acquire the hotel guest ticket (7,40 Euro). It is valid on two consecutive days. There are ten night bus-lines, which ride on Fridays and Saturdays between 01.30 und 03.30 o`clock half-hourly from the Konstablerwache in all districts and the outer regions. On the bus, you can request a taxi for the rest of the way home (http://www.nachtbus-frankfurt.de).