Frankfurt(Oder) is a beautiful city in Germany on the banks of the Oder River. When booking the Hotels in Frankfurt-Oder it is also important to deal with the city's transport services. If you are traveling in the city, you can use the excellent transportation system to explore the city. It enjoys an excellent reputation for its transport network, which includes subways, buses, trains and bicycles that will take you anywhere in the city.
The entire transport network is operated by RMV, the regional transport association Rhein-Main, one of the most important transport associations in Germany.
Here are the public transport options in the city:
Taxi ranks are available throughout the city. You can also order taxis from several companies over the phone. If not, you can even im Hotel in Frankfurt Oder ask for the number of taxi services. Use it sparingly though as the taxis are not cheap and most of the time not necessary.
The city of Frankfurt-Oder has railway lines that pass through Paris-Berlin-Warsaw-Moscow directly via the port. So if you are traveling through the city, you can use the train to explore the city. Also, the trains are much cheaper compared to taxis.
At the train station there is a bus stop with bus routes 980 and 982, which is operated by the city transport authority. The 982 runs from the train station to Markendorf, the other 980 runs through Frankfurt city center to Seefichten. Both buses stop at the Frankfurt-Oder bus station.
You can explore the city by bike. Discover the countryside, quiet villages and small towns exploring the city by bike. Rent an e-bike for an hour or a day. Experience pine forests, Oder dikes and panoramic views on the pedals. Try it! Follow day tours or just choose your favorite routes.
Have fun paddling on the different waters of the Oder. A detailed description of how to paddle can be found on the online website. If you would like to explore the Oder Valley on your own with qualified guides, you can book it online. Here you can take both single and multi-day trips.
If you intend to travel frequently using public transport, the cheapest option is to choose a day pass. The pass offers unlimited access to the entire network. The pass costs €6.20 per day, while group passes offer discounts. For this purpose you can visit the RMV website for more information.
Subways, trams, S-Bahn and buses are the easiest way to travel in Frankfurt-Oder. The leading public transport service is part of the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund, one of the largest public transport networks.