Travel by plane
You can fly to Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) from about 300 airports in 107 countries around the world. From Frankfurt airport, you can reach the city centre by train (S-Bahn) to Frankfurt Central Station (Frankfurt Main Hauptbahnhof). The journey takes around 10 minutes.
Please note that Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is not located in Frankfurt but approximately 120 km away. The bus ride from Hahn airport takes around 2 hours.
Travel by train
You can take the train to Frankfurt Central Station (Frankfurt Main Hauptbahnhof). Frankfurt is well connected with numerous national and international destinations. Tickets can be bought online (e.g. www.bahn.de).
Travel by car
Drivers need a green sticker to enter Frankfurt’s low-emission zone.
RMV/Local public transportation
The RMV (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund) is the local transportation provider. On its side, you can search for the easiest connection to move around the city.
Just visit: https://www.rmv.de/auskunft/bin/jp/query.exe/en
Your conference package will include a public transport ticket valid for all city travel during the conference. This ticket is also valid to travel to the airport.
Before the first use, you will need to pick it up as a paper ticket with us, though.
Frankfurt is an internationally oriented city that offers a wide range of hotel and accommodation options. In addition to standard booking channels, we have teamed up with the City of Frankfurt’s Convention Bureau to secure room block reservations at special conference rates with several hotels within easy reach of campus.
To book at the conference rates, please visit the Convention Bureau’s website at
In case of any additional questions or special requests, Annika Teitge and the other members of the Convention Bureau’s wonderfully friendly team will be happy to assist you.
Please refer to the ISA RC28 Spring Meeting when contacting the Convention Bureau.
Citizens of the European Union member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, and the United States do not need a visa to enter Germany.
If you need a visa to attend the meeting, please inform the organizers to request an invitation letter. You may also submit this request at the registration stage in the Conftool submission system.
Picture: © #visitfrankfurt, Holger Ullmann