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Your way to the Campus

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Adickesallee 32-34
60322 Frankfurt am Main

Travelling by Car

From the South or North:
  • Take the A5 to the Nordwestkreuz junction, then take the A66 heading towards Frankfurt
  • Drive to the end of the motorway, then continue to follow the road (now called Miquelallee)
  • Miquelallee joins Adickesallee; the Frankfurt School campus is on the left
  • To turn left, one needs to drive straight forward at the big crossing (traffic light) 
  • Just behind the crossing, it is possible to turn and drive back
  • Then, the Frankfurt School campus is on the right
From the West:
  • Take the A66 heading towards Frankfurt until you reach the end of the motorway, then continue to follow the road (now called Miquelallee)
  • Miquelallee joins Adickesallee; the Frankfurt School campus is on the left
  • To turn left, one needs to drive straight forward at the big crossing (traffic light)
  • Just behind the crossing, it is possible to turn and drive back
  • Then, Frankfurt School campus is on the right
From the East:
  • Take the A661 until you reach Exit 7 signposted “Frankfurt-Eckenheim’, then head in the direction of Frankfurt-Innenstadt
  • After about 4 km (2.5 miles), you will reach a major junction with traffic lights and a Total service station (on the right); turn right into Adickesallee
  • Drive another 150 metres or so; the Frankfurt School campus is on the right, after the service station

Using Public Transportation

From Frankfurt Airport:
  • Take the S-Bahn train (direction: “Frankfurt Innenstadt”) to Konstablerwache station
  • Then take the U5 metro (direction: “Preungesheim”) to Nibelungenallee / Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
  • Cross Adickesallee at the traffic lights immediately opposite the Total service station and turn left
  • The Frankfurt School campus is next to the service station
From Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (Central Station):
  • Take the U5 metro (direction: “Preungesheim”) to Nibelungenallee / Deutsche Nationalbibliothek station
  • Cross Adickesallee at the traffic lights immediately opposite the Total service station and turn left
  • The Frankfurt School campus is next to the service station
From the “Zeil” shopping street in Frankfurt city centre:
  • From Konstablerwache station, take the U5 metro (direction: “Preungesheim”) to Nibelungenallee / Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
  • Cross Adickesallee at the traffic lights immediately opposite the Total service station and turn legt
  • The Frankfurt School campus is next to the service station
From Frankfurt city centre:
  • From Hauptwache or Willy-Brandt Platz station, take the U1, U2, U3 or U8 metro heading north (direction: Oberursel, Bad Homburg, Riedberg, etc.) to Polizeipräsidium / Miquel-/Adickesallee station
  • Walk east along Adickesallee for about five minutes; the campus is on the left, just before the Total service station

Deutsche Bahn Event Ticket

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The cooperation between the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and the Deutsche Bahn provides you with comfortable and relaxing transportation to your event. Protect the environment with us! Your journey on Deutsche Bahn long-distance trains is powered by green, renewable energy, taken entirely from European sources.

Prices

Your ticket to and from the event is the same price* from any station in Germany.

Fixed travel times**
Second Class 99 Euro
First Class 159 Euro

Flexible travel times for the event ticket
Second Class 139 Euro
First Class 199 Euro

You will receive detailed information, further terms and conditions, and booking information upon confirmation of your Frankfurt School registration.

Information – Booking

Monday - Saturday: 7 a.m.–10 p.m.
Telephone +49 (0)1806-311153***
Discount Code: Frankfurt School

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* This offer is valid between 1. January – 31. December 2017.
** With advance booking of at least 3 days. While supplies last.
*** 20 cents per call from landlines. Not more than 60 cents per call from mobile phones.