Public Transportation


In Frankfurt, you can actually get from A to B quite easily by public transport. The problem is that buses, trams, suburban trains and underground trains are often overcrowded. Punctuality doesn’t always work out so well either. So you should plan enough time if you have to go to an important appointment.

However, if you are travelling in Frankfurt without time pressure, it makes sense to prefer public transport to cars. Currently, a single trip within Frankfurt costs €2.75, a day ticket for one person costs €5.35 and for a group day ticket, which is valid for 5 people, you currently pay €11.30. So if you are travelling with a group of 3-5 people, buying a group day ticket makes the most sense.
The following table gives you a quick overview where the S-Bahn, U-Bahn and tram stops.

Stops of the subways, suburban trains and trams in Frankfurt.

DayDate:Total InvestedDaily Profit:Total Profits :Total Profits in %:
1906.02.2018€3500-€2666-€3434-98,11%
1802.02.2018€2000-€24,00-€758-37,9%
1701.02.2018€2000€34,80-€734-36,7%
1630.01.2018€2000€53,40-€768-38,4%
1529.01.2018€2000€60,40-€821-41,05%
1426.01.2018€2000€41,30-€891,70-44,585%
1325.01.2018€2000-€784,50-€933-46,65%
1222.01.2018€2000€57,50-€138,50-6,925%
1119.01.2018€2000€27,20-€196-9,8%
1018.01.2018€2000-€49,80-€223-11,15%
917.01.2018€2000-€408,40-€174,90-8,745%
816.01.2018€2000€148,50€233,5011,675%
715.01.2018€2000-€122,40€854,25%
612.01.2018€2000€96,10€20910,45%
511.01.2018€2000€75,00€1135,65%
410.01.2018€2000-€159,50€381,9%
309.01.2018€2000€69,40€1989,9%
208.01.2018€2000€91,90€1316,55%
105.01.2018€2000€42€422,1%

Click on “Stop”to sort the Table by Stops.

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