Arrival by train:
- Freiburg is within the network of the European railway system
- Freiburg is an Intercity Express-station between Frankfurt and Basel.
- So Freiburg is readily accessible by express from all directions, e.g. from Frankfurt in about 2 hours.
Arrival by car:
- Take the Rhine Valley motorway A 5 Karlsruhe-Basel, exit Freiburg-Mitte.
- From the east via the Bodensee motorway A 81 and the road B 31 (Bundesstrasse 31)..
Arrival by plane:
Via EUROAIRPORT Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg in one hour by bus.
- Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg EuroAirport lies just inside Switzerland’s borders with France and Germany.
- In fact, EuroAirport is on French soil, connected to Switzerland by a customs road, and is shared with Mulhouse (France) and Freiburg (Germany).
- Getting from the EuroAirport to Freiburg itself takes less than an hour.
- EasyJet provide most of the incoming flights to the Euroairport - flying regular services to Liverpool, Luton, Nice, Barcelona, amongst others.
- The Airport Bus runs almost hourly (see http://www.freiburger-reisedienst.de for details).
- Car rental from various major companies is also available at the airport.
Via the airports Zürich, Strassburg, Stuttgart or Frankfurt in 2 to 3 hours by bus or car.
- For those arriving in Frankfurt: trains run hourly from the airport in Frankfurt directly to Freiburg.
- For those coming from overseas: the EuroAirport does not service transatlantic or transpacific flights.
- Flights into Frankfurt, Zürich, London, Brussels, or Paris with connections to the EuroAirport are the easiest to arrange.
- There is a rapid ICE/IC direct rail connection to Freiburg from Frankfurt Airport.
Arrival by bus
- Südbaden Bus GmbH (SBG) also offers a frequent shuttle bus service to/from Freiburg (the “Hauptbahnhof,” the main train station) from early morning to midnight (see http://www.suedbadenbus.de).
- SBG is based at the Central Bus Station, which is located next to the Hauptbahnhof (main train station) - just a block away from the Dorint-Novotel.