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How to find FiBL Germany

By S-Bahn (urban light rail)

From direction Hauptbahnhof (central station)/ Innenstadt (downtown) take lines S3 (Bad Soden), S4 (Kronberg), S5 (Bad Homburg) and S6 (Friedberg) – heading for "Messe" (fair).

Get off at Frankfurt West station (three stations from the main station). Leave the station through the exit in the direction of Kasseler Straße.

Turn left and walk along the S-Bahn track to the Ökohaus. FiBL is on the 4th floor (east).

By car

If your navigation system lets you down: Our offices are located in the Ökohaus in the district "Bockenheim", near the "Westbahnhof". Kasseler Straße starts directly at Westbahnhof and runs parallel to the tracks.

By plane

From Frankfurt Airport, the S-Bahn runs every 10 to 20 minutes to the main station (travel time approx. 20 minutes). Continue with the S-Bahn (see above).


For rail passengers

Holders of a Bahncard whose train journey to Frankfurt exceeds 100 km receive a Cityticket when purchasing their ticket. This city ticket can be used to travel by public transport from the central train station to your destination in Frankfurt (except the airport) and thus also to "Frankfurt (Main) West". If you do not have a city ticket for Frankfurt, you will have to choose the "Single trip Frankfurt" at a local public transport (RMV) machine.

Alternatively, when purchasing a train ticket, it is recommended to specify "Frankfurt (Main) West" as your destination. This eliminates the need to purchase an additional ticket for local public transport (RMV).

For car drivers

The city of Frankfurt has been an environmental zone since October, 1st 2008. Only cars with a green environmental sticker are allowed to drive through the low emission zone, which covers the area within the "Autobahnring". In the west it is bordered by the A5, in the south by the A3 and in the east and north by the A661. Further information can be found at From February, 1st 2019, diesel engines with Euro 4 engines and older may no longer be used in a zone still to be defined. Euro 1 and Euro 2 petrol engines will also be affected. From September, 1st this will also apply to Euro 5 class diesel engines.

Since there are only limited parking possibilities in the surrounding area, you should plan a little more time for your search of a parking spot - or travel there by public transport. The parking lots in front of the Ökohaus belong to the DB and are charged.


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