Best connections


Trade fair location, banking hotspot, Europe’s mobility axis – Frankfurt am Main is one of Europe’s most dynamic business metropolises and stands out with its strategically advantageous position.  

With the A3 and A5 motorways, Frankfurt is at the centre of Germany’s most important east-west and northsouth connections. Furthermore, Frankfurt Airport is the largest passenger airport in continental Europe with non-stop connections to the world’s most important metropolises. The Central Train Station is one of the largest train stations in Europe and is ideally integrated into the multinational high-speed rail network. In addition, Frankfurt has the largest integrated public transport system in Europe with the RMV, which transports around 640 million commuters every year.


Located in the north-west of Frankfurt, the Mertonviertel has an especially easily reachable location – perfectly accessible by the inroad lanes of the northern administrative districts of Hochtaunus and Wetteraukreis, as well as the entire area of Central Hesse.

All of the important central points in and around Frankfurt are reachable within minutes with three underground lines (U1, 2, 3) that run every 10 minutes, bus connections, an own motorway exit (A661), a taxi rank as well as a fast automotive connection into the city:



1 minute

North-west centre:


2 minutes



5 minutes

Trade fair grounds:


7 minutes

Inner city:


10 minutes

Central Train Station:


12 minutes



12 minutes

Airport Frankfurt:


15 minutes


Objects at Mertonviertel