General Information

About Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is an easily accessible national and international transport hub, which has certainly contributed to making it a diverse and colorful cityscape. People from 180 nations live in a city which counts, from an economic perspective, as a metropolis; yet, people also meet after work in the taverns for a drink of Frankfurt’s traditional cider in the often village-like districts. The city on the river Main is additionally home to a wide spectrum of cultural institutions that often originate from foundations and private initiatives as a result of a long civic tradition.

How to get to the venue

Please use the Westend Campus map to find your way from the bus stops to the campus buildings.
An interactive Google Map for the EBMWG congress and workshop can be found here .

Local public transport

Local public transport is operated by the Rhein-Main Verkehrsverbund (RMV). For more information, see the route map and the RMV Website.

Train from the main station (Hauptbahnhof): Take the underground, route U4 (Seckbacher Landstraße direction) or U5 (Preungesheim direction) and leave at the next stop (Willy-Brandt-Platz). From there, take the route U1, U2, U3 or U8 (note: all directions but the Südbahnhof direction) and get off the train at Holzhausenstraße/Uni Campus Westend. From there it’s a 5-minute walk to the campus.

Alternatively, you can take the underground route S1/2/3/4/5/6/8/9 from the main station (Hauptbahnhof) to Hauptwache and change to the underground route U1, U2, U3, or U8 (all directions but the Südbahnhof direction).

Bus: From the main station (Hauptbahnhof Südseite): Take the bus line 64 (Ginnheim direction) to Bremer Straße.

From the city center: Take the bus line 36 (Westbahnhof direction) from Konstablerwache to Uni Campus Westend.

You may find a map of all public transport routes for Frankfurt City Centre here. Please consult the RMV website for departure and journey times.


The address of the conference location on Campus Westend is Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 6 .

Bike Hire

There are several companies from which you can hire a shared bike in Frankfurt. Among them are Byke, Deutsche Bahn - Call a Bike, LimeBike, and Nextbike Some more bike-rental companies can be found on the web pages of Frankfurt Tourism.


The address of the conference location on Campus Westend is Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 1 (in some older navigation systems the right adress is Grüneburgplatz 1.) Please note that there is only a very limited number of non-residential parking spots in the adjacent streets. The closest parking ramp is at the "Palmengarten"