The best way to move around the city is by public transports. Tourists and citizens can make use of buses, trams and an efficient underground network. The entire regional transport system is managed by a sole company, consequently there is only one tariff for all transports.
Where to purchase tickets
tickets for urban transports can be purchased through the automated ticket machines, on board, or at any of the selling points of the Frankfurt Transport Company, located in the underground station of Bornheim Mitte, HĂ¶chst, Hauptwache and Konstablerwache.
Frankfurt is provided with 19 car parks, spread all around the city. Signs streets simply and clearly indicate how to reach one of these parkings. An interesting initiative is the Park & Ride, a package which permits to leave oneâ€™s car in one of the participating car parkings and proceed by public transport.
On foot: the system for pedestrians
If you really fear to get lost, but you have a cellular phone compatible with Java system and you donâ€™t mind to spend some money for an internet wireless connection, then the City Guide Mobile is the best solution for you. This is a navigation system for pedestrians, which gives access to important information regarding the city and permits to calculate distances and paths through oneâ€™s mobile phone. The only disadvantage lies in the expensive cost of internet connection, which will probably make you regret a good city map.
To download and install the program go to: www.cityguide-mobile.com