The most stunning thing about Frankfurt is its skyline, which is visible for miles. Things you have to see on a visit to the city include the Roemer, St Paul's church and Frankfurt Cathedral. If churches aren't your scene, then there is a plethora of other things to do, including the river Main, the gardens of Nice, the zoo, botanical gardens and the porcelain factory. The other thing that Frankfurt is famous for is its apple wine, which is a must try! If you're only in Frankfurt for a short time, why not try the "hop on hop off" tourist bus which will allow to see all the sights on offer and pick what you're most interested in. Of course, there is also an abundance of shopping and dining opportunities, so why not fly with Austrian Airlines to Frankfurt and discover this wonderful city for yourself?

Flights to Frankfurt (FRA)
Flights from Frankfurt (FRA)

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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart


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GRZ FRA 06:05 07:30 01:25 02.01.2017 - 25.03.2017
INN FRA 06:45 08:00 01:15 02.01.2017 - 25.03.2017
SZG FRA 06:55 08:05 01:10 02.11.2016 - 22.03.2017
SZG FRA 07:00 08:10 01:10 02.01.2017 - 25.03.2017
VIE FRA 07:10 08:50 01:40 30.10.2016 - 25.03.2017
INN FRA 10:20 11:35 01:15 30.10.2016 - 25.03.2017
SZG FRA 10:30 11:40 01:10 02.01.2017 - 25.03.2017
SZG FRA 14:05 15:15 01:10 26.12.2016 - 25.03.2017
INN FRA 14:30 15:45 01:15 26.12.2016 - 25.03.2017
GRZ FRA 14:35 16:00 01:25 02.01.2017 - 25.03.2017
VIE FRA 15:10 16:45 01:35 02.01.2017 - 12.02.2017
VIE FRA 17:10 18:45 01:35 02.01.2017 - 25.03.2017
SZG FRA 19:10 20:20 01:10 25.12.2016 - 25.03.2017
GRZ FRA 19:20 20:45 01:25 03.01.2017 - 22.03.2017
GRZ FRA 19:25 20:50 01:25 02.01.2017 - 24.03.2017
VIE FRA 20:10 21:45 01:35 30.10.2016 - 24.03.2017


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STAY in Frankfurt

Stay in Frankfurt
Motel One

Motel One makes it into the top 3 budget hotels in Germany. Stiftung Warentest (German testing organization) gave Motel One the overall mark of 2.1 (pretty good), and you should do the same. At an absolutely cheap price (doubles start at 75,- euros) you will experience tasty design and a perfect service in this hotel. The rooms are stylishly furnished and very clean, the rain shower in the bathroom revitalises you after a tiring day, and in the queen-size or twin bed you will rest wonderfully afterwards. Start the next day in the comfy One Lounge. It's fitted with design furniture and bodies of light, allowing for a perfect start into the day with a generous breakfast buffet. If you get hungry during the day, you can get warm and cold snacks as well as drinks in the One Lounge, easily making you forget about the fact that there's no room service.

Fleming's Deluxe
Hotel am Berg

SIGHTS in Frankfurt

Sights in Frankfurt
Der Eiserne Steg

How do pedestrians from the Frankfurt Old Town, the Römerberg, get across the Main to the opposite neighbourhood of Sachsenhausen? Of course, via the Eiserne Steg. Luckily, this important connection has been free-of-charge since 1886. Before it became municipal property, people had to pay for using it. The Eiserne Steg is a neo-Gothic, 170 metres-long pedestrian bridge, the architectural counter piece of the Holbeinsteg. Because of its location, and its characteristic silhouette, the Eiserne Steg has become a beautiful landmark of Frankfurt. From the bridge you also have a great of of the Frankfurt skyline and the Museumsufer. Tip: Every two weeks, directly at the Main shore, at the southern end of the Eiserne Steg, the well-known Frankfurt flea market takes place. You can find things that you definitely won't find anywhere else, and that you didn't even think you would ever need.

Bartholomäus Dom
Städel Museum

SHOPPING in Frankfurt

Shopping in Frankfurt

Never before has eco fashion, also beyond the eco scene, been as hip as it is today. There are more and more shops that fit this category. Organicc is a special one among them: Owner Gerd Palmer only sells clothes and accessories that were produced under fair working conditions. Moreover, they should be made of organic or recycled materials. The cotton for the clothes is grown in an environmentally friendly way, and the switch to different cultivation methods is supported financially. Child labour or the exploitation of workers are a taboo. For Palmer, eco is not a hip trend that you can turn into gold, but an attitude towards life. Designers such as Katherine E Hamnett, Bono's label EDUN or Ivana Basilotta are part of the collection, as are shoes by Terra Plana!. The selection of wearable and modern street ware is great, and on top of that you'll get the feeling of having shopped responsibly for free.


EAT in Frankfurt

Eat in Frankfurt
Orfeo's Erben

When Orfeo's Erben (heirs) was opened in January 1999, as a successor of one of the most renowned art house cinemas in Germany, nobody had an idea that Andreas Lucas and Harry Dehnhardt had hit on an excellent concept: They made the Orfeo's into a unique, public cinema restaurant, which is unrivalled in Germany. Both sides of the business are a great deal. In the smallest THX cinema in Germany you see movies, trailers and the latest production of aspiring German film-makers. The open bar and restaurant area has also got many fans. Who's surprised? The atmosphere is great, and the food, too. Trade Fair visitors, neighbours, regulars, and movie lovers are repeat customers here. You find delicious international dishes on the menu: Crunchy salads with a sophisticated dressing, pasta, fish and meat. If you are lucky you get one of the sought-after tables next to the screening room - then you can enjoy your food with a good movie.