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Mainz - Frankfurt S-Bahn Linie S8 Karte VideoMAINZ, GERMANY Frankfurt am Main, English Frankfurt on the Main, city, Hessen Land (state), western Germany. The city lies along the Main River about 19 miles (30 km) upstream from its confluence with the Rhine River at Mainz. Pop. () city, ,; ( est.) urban agglom., 3,, The Römer, the old town hall, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Mainz is an independent city with a population of , (as of ) and forms part of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region.  Mainz was founded by the Romans in the 1st century BC as a military fortress on the northernmost frontier of the empire and provincial capital of Germania Superior. Live Coverage of 1. FSV Mainz 05 vs Eintracht Frankfurt Saturday, January 9, on MSN Sport. How to get from Mainz to Frankfurt Airport (FRA) by train, bus, taxi, car or towncar There are 5 ways to get from Mainz to Frankfurt Airport (FRA) by train, bus, taxi, car or towncar Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. Mainz Hbf to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf by train It takes an average of 39m to travel from Mainz Hbf to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf by train, over a distance of around 19 miles (31 km). There are normally trains per day travelling from Mainz Hbf to Frankfurt (Main) Hbf and tickets for this journey start from € when you book in advance. Günstige Tickets für Züge von Mainz nach Frankfurt. Online Oder über Unsere App Buchen. Mainz nach Frankfurt günstig, bequem und staufrei reisen mit den Angeboten der Deutschen Bahn. Jetzt hier online informieren und buchen! Frankfurt nach Mainz günstig, bequem und staufrei reisen mit den Angeboten der Deutschen Bahn. Jetzt hier online informieren und buchen! ViaMichelin-Routenplan Mainz - Frankfurt am Main. Die Michelin-Routenpläne: weltweit anerkanntes Know-How für eine schnelle und präzise. Launch map view. By there remained only a few ruins. Klein editor : Die Schlag Den Star Xtip und ihr Erbe. Quickest way to get there Cheapest option Distance between. FSV Mainz 05 vs. Eintracht Frankfurt video highlights are collected in the Media tab for the most popular matches as soon as video appear on video hosting sites like Youtube or Dailymotion. We're not responsible for any video content, please contact video file owners or hosters for any legal complaints. 12/1/ · Deutsche Bahn Regional operates a train from Frankfurt(M)Hauptwache to Mainz Roemisches Theater every 30 minutes. Tickets cost 7€ - 10€ and the journey takes 39 min. Alternatively, FlixBus operates a bus from Frankfurt, Frankfurt central station to Mainz once daily. Tickets cost 5€ - 7€ and the journey takes 45 min. Is there a direct train from Frankfurt (Main) to Mainz Hbf? Yes, it is possible to travel from Frankfurt (Main) to Mainz Hbf without having to change trains. There are direct trains from Frankfurt (Main) to Mainz Hbf each day. Though there may be fewer direct services available depending on .
Today, it functions as a famous concert hall, while operas are performed at the "new" Frankfurt Opera. The Eschenheim Tower Eschenheimer Turm was erected at the beginning of the 15th century and served as a city gate as part of late-medieval fortifications.
It is the oldest and most unaltered building in the Innenstadt district. Catherine's Church. Catherine's Church Katharinenkirche is the largest Protestant church, dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria , a martyred early Christian saint.
It is located in the city centre at the entrance to the Zeil, the central pedestrian shopping street. Although today Hauptwache is mostly associated with the inner-city underground train station of the same name , the name originates from a baroque building on the square above the station.
The Hauptwache building was constructed in and was used as a prison, therefore the name that translates as "main guard-house".
Today the square surrounding the building is also called "Hauptwache" formal: An der Hauptwache. It is situated in the city centre opposite to St. Frankfurt Central Station Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof , which opened in , was built as the central train station for Frankfurt to replace three smaller train stations in the city centre and to boost the needed capacity for travellers.
It was constructed as a terminus station and was the largest train station in Europe by floor area until when Leipzig Central Station was opened.
Its three main halls were constructed in a neorenaissance -style, while the later enlargement with two outer halls in was constructed in neoclassic -style.
The Frankfurter Hof is a landmarked hotel in the city centre at Kaiserplatz, built from to It is part of Steigenberger Hotels group and is considered the city's most prestigious.
Leonhard , on the Main close to the bridge Eiserner Steg, is a Catholic late Gothic hall church , derived from a Romanesque style basilica beginning in The parish serves the English-speaking community.
The church has been under restoration since It hosts 17 out of Germany's 18 skyscrapers. For centuries, St.
Bartholomeus's Cathedral was the tallest structure. The first high-rise building boom came in the s when Westend Gate then called Plaza Büro Center and Silberturm were constructed and became the tallest buildings in Germany with a height of None of the buildings constructed during the s surpassed Silberturm.
The most famous buildings from this decade are the Deutsche Bank Twin Towers at Taunusanlage, both The s featured a second wave.
Messeturm , built on the trade fair site, reached a height of Other tall buildings from this decade are Westendstrasse 1 In 21st-century Frankfurt, more high-rise buildings and skyscrapers e.
With a large forest, many parks, the Main riverbanks and the two botanical gardens, Frankfurt is considered a "green city": More than 50 percent of the area within the city limits are protected green areas.
With more than 30 museums, Frankfurt has one of the largest variety of museums in Europe. Ten museums are located on the southern riverbank in Sachsenhausen between the Eiserner Steg and the Friedensbrücke.
The street itself, Schaumainkai , is partially closed to traffic on Saturdays for Frankfurt's largest flea market. Not directly located on the northern riverbank in the Altstadt district are:.
Another important museum is located in the Westend district:. Eurodance and Trance music originated in Frankfurt. By doing so a new genre was born: Eurodance.
Some of the early and most influential Eurodance, Trance and Techno acts, e. Frankfurt offers a variety of restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs.
Restaurants, bars and pubs concentrate in Sachsenhausen , Nordend , Bornheim and Bockenheim. One of the main venues of the early Trance music sound was the Omen nightclub closed Because of the location at the airport the club had no restrictions regarding opening hours.
The club had to close at the end of because of stricter fire safety regulations. Also notable for its extraordinary design was Coocoon Club in Fechenheim which opened in was and voted best techno club of the year by music magazines "Groove" and "Raveline" in , , and It closed in The airport has four runways and serves non-stop destinations.
Run by transport company Fraport it ranks among the world's busiest airports by passenger traffic and is the busiest airport by cargo traffic in Europe.
The airport also serves as a hub for Condor and as the main hub for German flag carrier Lufthansa. It is the busiest airport in Europe in terms of cargo traffic, and the fourth busiest in Europe in terms of passenger traffic behind London Heathrow Airport , Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
Passenger traffic at Frankfurt Airport in was 69,, passengers. A third terminal is being constructed planned to open in The third terminal will increase the capacity of the airport to over 90 million passengers per year.
The airport can be reached by car or bus and has two railway stations, one for regional and one for long-distance traffic.
Hahn Airport is a major base for low-cost carrier Ryanair. This airport can only be reached by car or bus. An hourly bus service runs from Frankfurt Central Station , taking just over 2 hours.
Frankfurt is a traffic hub for the German motorway Autobahn system. With approximately , cars passing through it every day it is Europe's most heavily used interchange.
The Bundesautobahn A is mainly a commuter motorway which starts in the south Egelsbach , runs through the eastern part and ends in the north Oberursel.
The Bundesautobahn A is a very short motorway in the western part which primarily serves as a fast connection between the A 66 and the Frankfurt Trade Fair.
The A5 in the west, the A3 in the south and the A in the north-east form a ring road around the inner city districts and define a Low-emission zone Umweltzone ; established in , meaning that vehicles have to meet certain emission criteria to enter the zone.
The streets of central Frankfurt are usually congested with cars during rush hour. Car parks are located throughout the city and especially in the city centre.
By daily passenger volume, it ranks second together with Munich Central Station , each after Hamburg Central Station , It is located between the Gallus , the Gutleutviertel and the Bahnhofsviertel district, not far away from the trade fair and the financial district.
It serves as a major hub for long-distance trains InterCity , ICE and regional trains as well as for Frankfurt's public transport system.
Regional and local trains are integrated in the Public transport system Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund RMV , the second largest integrated public transport systems in the world, after Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg.
Frankfurt Airport can be accessed by two railway stations: Frankfurt Airport long-distance station Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbahnhof is only for long-distance traffic and connects the airport to the main rail network, with most of the ICE services using the Cologne-Frankfurt high-speed rail line.
The long-distance station is located outside the actual airport ground but has a connecting bridge for pedestrians to Terminal 1, concourse B.
The regional station is located within Terminal 1, concourse B. Two other S-Bahn lines S3, S4 also serve the station. Two other major railway stations in the city centre are Konstablerwache and Hauptwache, located on each end of the Zeil.
They are the main stations to change from east-to-west-bound S-Bahn trains to north-to-south-bound U-Bahn trains. Konstablerwache station is the second-busiest railway station regarding daily passenger volume , after the central station.
The third-busiest railway station is Hauptwache station , Additionally, it is an important terminal stop for three "Metrobus" lines M32, M36, M The city has two rapid transit systems: the U-Bahn and the S-Bahn, as well as an above-ground tram system.
Most routes have at least minute service during the day, either by one line running every 15 minutes, or by two lines servicing one route at a minute interval.
When leaving the city the S-Bahn travels above ground. The trains that run on the U-Bahn are in fact light rail Stadtbahn as many lines travel along a track in the middle of the street instead of underground further from the city centre.
The minimum service interval is 2. Frankfurt has ten tram lines 11, 12, 14 to 21 , with trams arriving usually every 10 minutes.
Many sections are served by two lines, combining to run at 5-minute intervals during rush-hour. Trams only run above ground and serve more stops than the U-Bahn or the S-Bahn.
A number of bus lines complete the Frankfurt public transport system. Taxicabs can usually be found outside the major S-Bahn and U-Bahn stations, at the central station, the south station, the airport, the trade fair and in the crowded inner-city shopping streets.
The common way to obtain a taxi is to either call a taxi operator or to go to a taxi rank. However, although not the norm, one can hail a passing taxi on the street.
Uber ceased operations in Frankfurt on 9 November after operating in the city for 18 months. Deutsche Bahn makes bicycles available for hire through their Call a Bike service.
The bicycles are stationed all over the city, including at selected railway stations. They can easily be spotted because of their eye-catching silver-red colour.
To rent a specific bike, riders either call a service number to get an unlock code or reserve the bike via the smartphone application. To return the bike, the rider locks it within a designated return area and calls the service number, if not booked via the app.
Nextbike also makes bicycles available for hire in Frankfurt. They are stationed all over the city. These can be spotted with their blue color scheme.
Cycle rickshaws velotaxis , a type of tricycle designed to carry passengers in addition to the driver, are also available.
These are allowed to operate in pedestrian-only areas and are therefore practical for sightseeing. Frankfurt has a network of cycle routes.
Many long-distance bike routes into the city have cycle tracks that are separate from motor vehicle traffic. A number of roads in the city centre are "bicycle streets" where the cyclist has the right of way and where motorised vehicles are only allowed access if they do not disrupt the cycle users.
In addition, cyclists are allowed to ride many cramped one-way streets in both directions. As of [update] , 15 percent of citizens used bicycles.
Frankfurt is one of the world's most important financial centres and Germany's financial capital, followed by Munich.
The city's importance as a financial centre has risen since the eurozone crisis. Indications are the establishment of two institutions of the European System of Financial Supervisors European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority and European Systemic Risk Board in and the Single Supervisory Mechanism by which the European Central Bank was to assume responsibility for specific supervisory tasks related to the financial stability of the biggest and most important Eurozone banks.
With over jobs per 1, inhabitants, Frankfurt has the highest concentration of jobs in Germany. On work days and Saturdays one million people commute from all over the Rhein-Main-Area.
The city is expected to benefit from international banks relocating jobs from London to Frankfurt as a result of Brexit to retain access to the EU market.
The European Central Bank Europäische Zentralbank is one of the world's most important central banks.
The new building complex was designed to accommodate up to 2, ECB personnel. The location is a few kilometres away from the city centre and borders an industrial area as well as the Osthafen East Harbour , It was primarily chosen because of its large premises which allows the ECB to install security arrangements without high fences.
The Bundesbank was greatly respected for its control of inflation through the second half of the 20th century. In , 63 national and international banks had a registered office, including the headquarters of the major German banks, as well as 41 offices of international banks.
Many international banks have a registered or a representative office, e. By the 16th century Frankfurt had developed into an important European hub for trade fairs and financial services.
The most important stock market index is the DAX , the index of the 30 largest German business companies listed at the stock exchange.
Deutsche Börse also owns the European futures exchange Eurex and clearing company Clearstream. Trading takes place exclusively via the Xetra trading system , with redundant floor brokers taking on the role of market-makers on the new platform.
These markets are at the heart of the financial system and it is crucial for the whole European economy that they remain competitive. We tried to find a solution, but the remedies offered fell far short of resolving the concerns.
It is located in the city centre at the Börsenplatz. Deutsche Börse's headquarters are formally registered in Frankfurt, but it moved most of its employees to a high-rise called "The Cube" in Eschborn in , primarily due to significantly lower local corporate taxes.
Frankfurt Trade Fair Messe Frankfurt has the third-largest exhibition site in the world with a total of , square metres 6,, square feet.
The trade fair premises are located in the western part between Bockenheim , the Westend and the Gallus district. It houses ten exhibition halls with a total of , square meters 3,, square feet of space and 96, square metres 1,, square feet of outdoor space.
Messe Frankfurt GmbH, the owner and operator company, organized 87 exhibitions in , 51 thereof in foreign countries. It is one of the largest trade fair companies with commercial activities in over countries.
A landmark building of the trade fair and of the whole city is the Messeturm the name translates as Fair Trade Tower , which was the tallest building in Europe from to It is located on the north-east corner of the trade fair premises at the so-called city entrance.
Despite the name it is not used for exhibition but serves as an office tower. Frankfurt Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world and is also the single largest place of work in Germany with over companies which employ 71, people The largest company at Frankfurt Airport is Lufthansa, Germany's flag carrier and Europe's largest airline.
Lufthansa employs 35, people in Frankfurt. The airport serves as Lufthansa's primary hub with worldwide destinations compared to destinations at Munich Airport , Lufthansa's second-largest hub.
Lufthansa Flight Training is also based here. Fraport is the owner and operator of Frankfurt Airport.
It is the airport's second-largest employer 19, workers in Three of the four largest international accountancy and professional services firms Big Four are present.
It is one of the 10 largest investment trust companies in the world. Many of the largest international management consultancies are represented, including Arthur D.
Although it is best known for its banks and financial institutions, Frankfurt is also a centre for media companies.
Around companies of the advertising industry and public relations companies are there. In the same year Italian manufacturer Fiat opened its new German headquarters.
Some of the largest German construction companies have offices, e. Frankfurt has Germany's highest concentration of homeowners.
Services depart four times a week, and operate Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The journey takes approximately 35 min.
Services depart every 20 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 20 min. Get driving directions. The train from Mainz Roemisches Theater to Frankfurt M Flughafen Regionalbf takes 20 min including transfers and departs every 20 minutes.
Mode details. Die Länderbahn also services this route hourly. All regional trains depart regularly and connect to local and long-distance services.
Coaches have toilets, free WiFi and power outlets, plus snacks and drinks for purchase on board. Flixbus is a good choice for the budget-conscious traveller; purchase tickets in advance for the cheapest fares note: there is no option to reserve a seat in advance.
From the last day of  or , the Siling and Asding Vandals , the Suebi , the Alans , and other Germanic tribes crossed the Rhine , possibly at Mainz.
Christian chronicles relate that the bishop, Aureus, was put to death by the Alemannian Crocus. The way was open to the sack of Trier and the invasion of Gaul.
Throughout the changes of time, the Roman castrum never seems to have been permanently abandoned as a military installation, which is a testimony to Roman military judgement.
Different structures were built there at different times. The current citadel originated in , but it replaced previous forts.
It was used in World War II. One of the sights at the citadel is still the cenotaph raised by legionaries to commemorate their Drusus.
Through a series of incursions during the 4th century Alsace gradually lost its Belgic ethnic character of formerly Germanic tribes among Celts ruled by Romans and became predominantly influenced by the Alamanni.
The Romans repeatedly re-asserted control; however, the troops stationed at Mainz became chiefly non-Italic and the emperors had only one or two Italian ancestors in a pedigree that included chiefly peoples of the northern frontier.
By that time the army included large numbers of troops from the major Germanic confederacies along the Rhine, the Alamanni, the Saxons and the Franks.
The Franks were an opponent that had risen to power and reputation among the Belgae of the lower Rhine during the 3rd century and repeatedly attempted to extend their influence upstream.
In the emperor Julian bought peace by giving them most of Germania Inferior , which they possessed anyway, and imposing service in the Roman army in exchange.
He used Hunnic troops a number of times. Attila went through Alsace in , devastating the country and destroying Mainz and Trier with their Roman garrisons.
As far as the north was concerned this was the effective end of the Roman empire there. His father was a Suebian; his mother, a princess of the Visigoths.
Ricimer did not rule the north directly but set up a client province there, which functioned independently. The capital was at Soissons. Even then its status was equivocal.
Many insisted it was the Kingdom of Soissons. He was succeeded by his son, Syagrius, who was defeated by Clovis in His son, Merovaeus , fought on the Roman side against Attila, and his son, Childeric , served in the domain of Soissons.
Meanwhile, the Franks were gradually infiltrating and assuming power in this domain from Txxandria northern Belgium which had been given to them by the Romans to protect as allies.
They also moved up the Rhine and created a domain in the region of the former Germania Superior with capital at Cologne. They became known as the Ripuarian Franks as opposed to the Salian Franks.
Events moved rapidly in the late 5th century. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire in , the Franks under the rule of Clovis I gained control over western Europe by the year Clovis, son of Childeric, became king of the Salians in , ruling from Tournai.
In he defeated Syagrius , last governor of the Soissons domain, and took northern France. He extended his reign to Cambrai and Tongeren in —, and repelled the Alamanni in Also in that year he converted to Catholicism from non- Arian Christianity.
Clovis annexed the kingdom of Cologne in Thereafter, Mainz, in its strategic position, became one of the bases of the Frankish kingdom.
Mainz had sheltered a Christian community long before the conversion of Clovis. His successor Dagobert I reinforced the walls of Mainz and made it one of his seats.
A solidus of Theodebert I — was minted at Mainz. Charlemagne — , through a succession of wars against other tribes, built a vast Frankian empire in Europe.
Mainz from its central location became important to the empire and to Christianity. Meanwhile, language change was gradually working to divide the Franks.
Mainz spoke a dialect termed Ripuarian. On the death of Charlemagne, distinctions between France and Germany began to be made.
Mainz was not central any longer but was on the border, creating a question of the nationality to which it belonged, which descended into modern times as the question of Alsace-Lorraine.
The first archbishop in Mainz, Boniface , was killed in while trying to convert the Frisians to Christianity and is buried in Fulda.
Boniface held a personal title of archbishop; Mainz became a regular archbishopric see in , when Boniface's successor Lullus was granted the pallium by Pope Adrian I.
Harald Klak , king of Jutland, his family and followers, were baptized at Mainz in , in the abbey of St. From the time of Willigis until the end of the Holy Roman Empire in , the Archbishops of Mainz were archchancellors of the Empire and the most important of the seven Electors of the German emperor.
Besides Rome, the diocese of Mainz today is the only diocese in the world with an episcopal see that is called a Holy See sancta sedes.
The Archbishops of Mainz traditionally were primas germaniae , the substitutes of the Pope north of the Alps.
In , Archbishop Siegfried III granted Mainz a city charter, which included the right of the citizens to establish and elect a city council.
The city saw a feud between two archbishops in , namely Diether von Isenburg , who was elected Archbishop by the cathedral chapter and supported by the citizens, and Adolf II von Nassau , who had been named archbishop for Mainz by the pope.
In , the Archbishop Adolf raided the city of Mainz, plundering and killing inhabitants. At a tribunal, those who had survived lost all their property, which was then divided between those who promised to follow Adolf.
Those who would not promise to follow Adolf amongst them Johannes Gutenberg were driven out of the town or thrown into prison. The new archbishop revoked the city charter of Mainz and put the city under his direct rule.
Ironically, after the death of Adolf II his successor was again Diether von Isenburg, now legally elected by the chapter and named by the Pope.
The Jewish community of Mainz dates to the 10th century CE. It is noted for its religious education. Rabbi Gershom ben Judah — taught there, among others.
He concentrated on the study of the Talmud , creating a German Jewish tradition. Mainz is also the legendary home of the martyred Rabbi Amnon of Mainz , composer of the Unetanneh Tokef prayer.
The Jews of Mainz, Speyer and Worms created a supreme council to set standards in Jewish law and education in the 12th century.
The city of Mainz responded to the Jewish population in a variety of ways, behaving, in a sense, in a bipolar fashion towards them.
Sometimes they were allowed freedom and were protected; at other times, they were persecuted. The Jews were expelled in , after which they were invited to return , and in Jews were attacked in and by mobs in Outbreaks of the Black Death were usually blamed on the Jews, at which times they were massacred, such as the burning of 11 Jews alive in Nowadays the Jewish community is growing rapidly, and a new synagogue by the architect Manuel Herz was constructed in on the site of the one destroyed by the Nazis on Kristallnacht in On 18 March , the Jacobins of Mainz, with other German democrats from about towns in the Rhenish Palatinate , proclaimed the ' Republic of Mainz '.
Led by Georg Forster , representatives of the Mainz Republic in Paris requested political affiliation of the Mainz Republic with France, but too late: Prussia was not entirely happy with the idea of a democratic free state on German soil although the French dominated Mainz was neither free nor democratic.
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