From: Erfurt, Germany
How to reach Erfurt
Erfurt Airport from other cities in Germany, Continental Europe, and the UK.Regional airlines, low-cost carriers (including Ryanair), and charter airlines serve
The nearest transoceanic gateways are Munich International Airport (MUC) and Frankfurt (FRA). Munich is your best bet if you want to arrive by air, while Frankfurt is closer by train. Lufthansa has more flights to and from Germany than any other airline, with three transatlantic gateways (Frankfurt, Munich, and Düsseldorf).
journey planner to search for trains.The Deutsche Bahn's Intercity Express (ICE), Intercity (IC), and Eurocity (EC) trains connect Erfurt with cities throughout Germany. From Frankfurt, you can reach Erfurt by ICE in slightly over two hours. Use the DB English-language
interactive map will help you plan your arrival.Erfurt is in the state of Thuringia, on the A4 Autobahn from Frankfurt am Main to Dresden. Exit at Erfurt-West or Erfurt-Ost and follow the signs to the Innenstadt. Ask your hotel about parking before you arrive; you may need to park in one of the SWE parking garages in the city center. The city of Erfurt's
Distances are short in the city center, where you'll spend most of your time. If you're carrying heavy luggage, you may want to hire a taxi or use a tram to reach your hotel. EVAG operates public transportation in the city.
On foot, the city center is a level walk of about 15 minutes from the railroad station. Head toward the Innenstadt on the Bahnhofstraβe; when you reach the irregularly-shaped Anger square, stop at(Anger 7) or B (Anger 28) to buy a street map. (See the next page for map and guidebook recommendations.)
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