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Frankfurt

Frankfurt
To most, Frankfurt is an airport, because here many flights connect from north to south, east to west and continent to continent. To other people it is the destination of business flights, because here the biggest banks in Germany have their headquarters, overshadowed by the European Central Bank. The biggest book fair in the world brings authors and publishers together every year, which is fitting for a city that was the birthplace of Germany’s most famous writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. His birthplace is a famous tourist spot during the book fair and after.

The most beautiful and quaint place is the Römer, Frankfurt’s city hall, one of the most beautiful and oldest town halls in Germany. The Saint Bartholomew’s Imperial Cathedral was the coronation site of German emperors. On the other hand of history is the St. Paul’s Church, where the first German Parliament tried to establish Democracy in 1848. The Old Opera House is another highlight, situated directly across the modern central building of the Goethe University. In the evening, the small lanes of the Sachsenhausen quarter invite you for a taste of “Ebbelwoi“, the Frankfurt version of Cider. Frankfurt is also known as a centre of electronic dance music, so dance the night away to the sounds of famous DJs in the clubs of the city. Have fun in Frankfurt!

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Germany
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom
Airport
  • Airport Frankfurt (FRA): The airport is located 12 km (8 miles) southwest of Frankfurt city center.
  • Address: Flughafen Frankfurt, 60547 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • Telephone: +49-180 53 72 46 36
  • Airport Frankfurt You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

Timetable Frankfurt

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15:35
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11:30 +1
LH457 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 10:55
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16:00
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05:30 +1
LH401 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 7:30
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08:10 +1
LH463 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 9:15
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travel duration: 14:25
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LH093 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 29:50
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17:30
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LH099 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 10:35
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travel duration: 10:05
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Where to stay in Frankfurt

Where to stay in Frankfurt
Hotel am Berg
The Hotel am Berg is a secret tip, a Wilhelminian style villa, which has been owned by one family since 1950 and become one of the most popular mid-range hotels. Cultural travellers, in particular, like to come here, so you should reserve beforehand. Often the hotel is booked up. The family atmosphere and beautiful hillside location make it a real jewel. The rooms are individually designed and lovingly furnished, the small garden invites you, if the weather permits, to relax. If you want to spend your time in Frankfurt in a truly charming hotel, this is the one for you: Upon your first step over the threshold you`ll find yourself cordially welcomed and thoroughly at home.
Motel One
Pension Backer

What to see in Frankfurt

What to see 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
Der Goetheturm

Where to eat in Frankfurt

Where to eat in Frankfurt
EDMW
The name EDMW stands for EAT DRINK MAN WOMAN of the Ang Lee movie. The topic? Asian cuisine arts and human relationships. The name says it all. In the unadorned restaurant you'll receive liquid and solid delicacies of Asian cooking: Buddha rolls, spring rolls, shrimp skewers in peanut sauce. If you want to taste it all, choose the Tapas - a perfect cross-section of the edible Asia. DRINK is part of the programme, too. At the bar you get all sorts of colourful cocktails, including Martini Cocktails, Gin Fizz, Pina Colada, Swimmingpool and Vodka Sour. The open room concept invites you to have good conversations in large groups, and those who prefer two-some privacy can choose one of the calm, more intimate corners. The ambiance is classy but still inviting. Giant aquariums create a bluish light, the fish calmly swim their rounds and make the EDMW a perfect place to start into the night.
Orfeo's Erben
Tiger-Restaurant

Where to shop in Frankfurt

Where to shop in Frankfurt
MyZeil
The building itself is already worth a visit. The Italian star architect Massimiliano Fuksas set his hand to the design. His innovative plan looked as follows: he took the aerial image of a dried-out course of a river and used it as the basis for his groun d plan. In this way a building without any edges came into existence - round, curved and bent. Above a glass roof lies down like a rapid stream in waves. And what's under the roof? On six floors there are jeans and casual wear by Guess, G-star, Hilfiger Denim, Replay and Pepe, as well as lace lingerie by Princess Tam Tam and Passionata, additionally there's functional clothing by The North Face and Columbia or surf clothing by Chiemsee or Quicksilver. A 47 metre long express escalator takes you directly to the culinary boulevard where various international cuisines are on the menu.
Organicc
Kleidermarkt

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