- Distance: 477 km
- Fastest route: 3 hours 38 minutes
- Number of trains: 16
- Changes: 0
- First train: 07:02
- Last train: 21:02
- Trains operator(s): SNCF, Deutsche Bahn (DB)
- Fare range: €15 - €382
- From price: €15
Trains Paris to Frankfurt am Main Hbf (Main station)
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Every day 16 trains run between Paris and Frankfurt am Main Hbf (Main station). The distance is 477 kilometers and the fastest train journey takes 3 hours 38 minutes.
The earlier you book, the cheaper train tickets are. Just before departure, train tickets can be three to ten times more expensive. For this route the price difference from early booking to just before departure is €15 - €382.
Train times / timetable
Find all train times in Europe here: travel from Paris to Frankfurt am Main Hbf (Main station) with SNCF, Deutsche Bahn (DB), the first train leaves at 07:02 and the last train at 21:02.
SNCF is the name of the railways in France.
The high speed train of SNCF is the TGV. The TGV connects all major destinations in France and many big cities in countries nearby like Spain, Switzerland and Italy. On some routes like Paris to Marseille, Paris to Bordeaux and Paris to Strasbourg the TGV reaches speeds up to 300km/h. Paris-Marseille takes just 3 hours, very fast seen the distance of 700 kilometers.
Deutsche Bahn is the name of the national railways in Germany. The HQ is based in Frankfurt and the company is noted at the stock market.
The high speed train of the Deutsche Bahn is the ICE International, one of the most convenient trains in Europe which run between all major cities in Germany. The ICE has also connections to all major cities in neighboring countries.
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What is the name of the main station in Paris?
Paris does not have one central station, but several large stations: Paris Gare du Nord for Northern France, Gare de Lyon for the Rhone Valley and the Cote d'Azur, Gare de Austerlitz and Gare de Bercy for central France the and Gare de Bercy, Gare de Montparnasse for the southwest and west of France.
Can you walk from the station to the (old) city centre?
The various train stations of Paris are all within the peripherique. Each of these stations is easily accessible by public transport, for example the metro.
Paris, city of romance and light, is easy to reach by train. High speed trains run from all over France and Europe to Paris. Arrive at the magnificent Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon and explore the Eifel Tower, Notre Dame and Maddam Tussaud's. Insider tip: have a lunch, dinner or drink in Le Train Blue. The most elegant restaurant of any train station in the world. Named after the sleeper that ran between Paris and the French Riviera.
Railway Station Frankfurt
Frankfurt(Main)Hbf is the main station of Frankfurt, located in the middle of the centre. From the main station it is easy to get by train to the airport of Frankfurt. At the station there are a lot of eateries and shops. In the station you can access the S-Bahn network to get around the city of Frankfurt.
- Wifi: yes, free for 30 minutes
- Lockers: yes, 24h
- Restaurants: yes
- Parking: yes, paid
To the city centre
- Walking: 10 minutes
- Bike: no city bikes
- Tram: -
- S Bahn: 9 minutes, every 2 minutes
- Bus: -
- Taxi: yes
Finding your platform:
- On each platform and in the departure hall there are screens on which the departing trains are listed.
Finding your carriage:
- If you have a reserved seat, you can find the right spot on the platform where the carriage stops, by looking at the board of train compositions that can be found on any platform.
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