261. Frankfurt, Germany
Why Frankfurt, Germany?
Frankfurt, Germany is the first German city I ever visited. I actually visited it on a Sunday and all the stores were closed. So I just walked around and enjoyed the architecture. You can do this too, as well as enjoy walks along the Main river and across its bridges.
Plus there are small neighborhoods to explore as well. I think you’ll like this city as much as I do. And it’s the financial capital of Germany and the capital of its region.
Where is Frankfurt?
How To Get Here
Served by a combination of the ICE (Intercity Express) and Regional trains operated by Deutsche Bahn.
Frankfurt has two airports serving the city. The main airport is Frankfurt International Airport (FRA).
The following airlines has service to Frankfurt International Airport (FRA):
Adria Airways (JP), Aegean Airlines (A3), Aer Lingus (EI), Aeroflot (SU), Air Algerie (AH), Air Arabia Maroc (3O), Air Astana (KC), Air Berlin (AB), Air Cairo (SM), Air Canada (AC), Air China (CA), Air Europa (UX), Air France (AF), Air India (AI), Air Malta (KM), Air Moldova (9U), Air Namibia (SW), Air Serbia (JU), AirBaltic (BT), Alitalia (AZ), All Nippon Airlines (NH), American Airlines (AA), Asiana Airlines (OZ), Austrian Airlines (OS), BMI Regional (BM), Belavia Belarusian Airlines (B2), British Airways (BA), Brussels Airlines (SN), Bulgaria Air (FB), Cathay Pacific Airways (CX), China Airlines (CI), China Eastern Airlines (MU), China Southern Airlines (CZ), Condor (DE), Croatia Airlines (OU), Czech Airlines (OK), Delta Air Lines (DL), ELLINAIR S.A. (EL), El Al Airlines (LY), Emirates (EK), Ethiopian Airlines (ET), Etihad Airways (EY), Finnair (AY), Gulf Air (GF), Iberia Airlines (IB), Icelandair (FI), Iran Air (IR), Japan Airlines (JL), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), Korean Airlines (KE), Kuwait Airways (KU), LAN (LA), LOT Polish (LO), Lufthansa German Airlines (LH), MS, Middle Eastern Airlines (ME), Mongolian Airlines (OM), Montenegro Airlines (YM), NIKI (HG), Neos Air (NO), Oman Air (WY), Pegasus Airlines (PC), Qatar Airways (QR), Royal Air Morac (AT), Royal Jordanian (RJ), Ryanair (FR), S7 Airlines (S7), SAS (SK), SATA International (S4), Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Somon Air (SZ), South African Airways (SA), Sun Express Germany (XG), SunExpress (XQ), Swiss Airlines (LX), TAM (JJ), TAP Portugal (TP), Tarom (RO), Thai Airways (TG), TUI fly (X3), Tunisair (TU), Turkish Airlines (TK), Turkmenistan Airlines (T5), Ukraine International (PS), United Airlines (UA), Uzbekistan Airways (HY), Vietnam Airlines (VN), Wizz Air (W6) and Wow Air (WW).
The other airport is Frankfurt-Hahn (HHN).
The following airlines server this airport: Air Serbia (JU), Ryanair (FR) and Wizz Air (W6).
If you are already in the region you can take the drive. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions.
By Shared Ride
You may also use BlaBlaCar to find rides going your way.
Where To Stay
Frankfurt is the center of Germany’s financials, so you can find many hotels to suit your budget. Consider staying away from the central station to save money. I’ve stayed at the Intercontinental Frankfurt and its a fine hotel. I’ve also stayed at the ibis Styles just outside of the main part of the city and it was also money well spent.
==>> Try Airbnb.
Where To Eat
Oh, there’s tons of food choices including immigrant foods as there is a high immigrant population here. So look for your doner kebabs.
Of course you can get traditional German foods as well, plus of course beer, bratwurst and wines. The central station has a good variety of food places with excellent pastries.
What To Do
I suggest walking around the city, head down to the Main river and walk across the bridges and along its banks. You can get a great view of the financial district from here. Plus it’s great people watching.
There are many museums as well, plus the main train station is quite spectacular.
==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.
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