Occupying an Art Nouveau building, Frankfurt Sudbahnhof or Frankfurt South Station is one of three main railway hubs in the city and sits in the district of Sachsenhausen. It serves as a transit point for long-distance and regional trains as well as offers connection with local S-Bahn and U-Bahn networks. Frankfurt South station sends trains to such popular destinations as Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, Darmstadt, Heidelberg, Stuttgart, Warsaw, Cologne, Munich, and Vienna, to name a few. What is more, right near the complex, you can find plenty of grocery stores and cafes, so that you can explore the nearby area in case you have some free time before your departure.
Frankfurt South Station Overview
Check out the video below to get an impression of how the main building of Frankfurt South train station and its platforms look like.
What to Know About Frankfurt South Station
How can I get to Frankfurt South station?
Convenietly, Frankfurt Sudbahnhof is well served by urban public transport. Thus you can easily reach the complex via S-Bahn (lines S3 and S6), U-Bahn (U1, U3, and U8), trams (15, 16, 18, 19), and Ebbelwei Express.
What facilities can I find at Frankfurt Sudbahnhof?
Frankfurt South station offers a great selection of useful amenities, like tourist information points, mobility service, WCs, parking facilities for both cars and bicycles, and ticket offices.