Getting to Mannheim

Mannheim is one of the country’s most important transport hubs. The main railway station connects the city with all of Europe plus the major airports. You can easily get to Mannheim in 3 hours from Paris or Munich. The city is also just 30 minutes away from the airports of Frankfurt and Stuttgart. There are 5 motorways in the immediate vicinity of the city making it optimally connected to the European road network and easily reachable from any direction.

By air

The city’s excellent location makes sure that the city is easily reachable from the main international airports.

Frankfurt airport: with direct connections worldwide, Germany’s largest airport can be reached by train in about 30 minutes from Mannheim.
City Airport Mannheim: it offers you the fastest connections to the metropolises of Hamburg and Berlin. The airport is just a few minutes from the city centre.

By train

Mannheim’s main railway station is the second largest rail hub in southwest Germany and one of the most modern travel centres in Germany. The station is just a short stroll from the city centre, and it connects Mannheim with the rest of the world via regional, national and international rail connections.

By car

There are five motorways that provide a direct connection to the city: the A5, A6, A61, A65, and A67.

By long-distance bus

The bus station is just a few short steps from the main railway station. Dozens of buses from other German cities and across Europe stop here every day. Whether from Berlin, Hamburg, Luxembourg, or Zurich, Mannheim’s central location means you’ll be here in a matter of hours.

For more information on how to get to Mannheim visit https://www.visit-mannheim.de/en/directions