60486 Frankfurt am Main
When one thinks of Frankfurt, certain things always to mind: the airport, St. Paul's Church, Goethe, the Frankfurter sausage, the German Stock Exchange, the Frankfurt Book Fair, and the city skyline – not to mention the numerous banks and thriving business sector. As one of the largest metropolitan cities in Europe, Frankfurt's undeniable appeal lies in its ability to combine the bright lights of a global city with a genuinely relaxed atmosphere. With around 660,000 citizens, the city is relatively modest in size by metropolitan standards – yet in diversity it excels, with the population including over 180 different nationalities.
Take the U6 or U7 subway line to the stop "Leipziger Straße", then walk toward the exit marked "Kurfürstenstraße." The KERN translation office will be directly opposite you on the corner between Leipziger Straße and Kurfürstenstraße.
If you are coming from the Hauptbahnhof (main train station), first take the U4 subway line toward the stop "Bockenheimer Warte". Then change to the U6 or U7 line and travel to the stop "Leipziger Straße".
You can reach us on foot from the parking garage: The exit takes you to the inner courtyard of the Bockenheimer Ladengalerie. Go left past the Barbara Ochs hair salon, through the Ladengalerie, and onto Leipziger Straße. Continue along Leipziger Straße for 400 meters as the road bends to the left. KERN's translation office is at the corner of Leipziger Straße and Kurfürstenstraße.