SNCF and Deutsche Bahn both operate the route from Paris to Frankfurt.
Several trains travel from Paris to Frankfurt daily, from 7:20 in the morning until 7:06 in the evening. A train can be found departing from Paris, heading to Frankfurt, at least once every two hours or so.
Paris Gare de l'Est is the departure station for this route. The arrival station is Frankfurt (Main) Hbf station.
Paris is approximately 355.8 miles away from Frankfurt.
On average, it takes a little less than four hours to travel from Paris to Frankfurt via rail.
Karlsruhe Hbf and Mannheim Hbf are possible stops on the train route from Paris to Frankfurt.
Travelling by rail from Paris to Frankfurt can be just as enjoyable as Frankfurt itself. SNCF TGV trains have ergonomic chairs, electrical sockets, and areas to make cell phone calls without bothering other passengers. Meanwhile, Deutsche Bahn offers large seats, WiFi, meal services and quiet lounge cars.
Frankfurt is a metropolis that sits on the Main river. Known for its financial institutions, including the European Central Bank, the city also has a wealth of artistic and cultural sites to be experienced. Städel is its premier art gallery, featuring European pieces from the fourteenth century and on. The Goethe House, now a museum, is the birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, one of Frankfurt’s most famed writers and politicians. Other attractions include the Naturmuseum Senckenberg, Palmengarten and the Frankfurt Cathedral.