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Where to stay in Frankfurt

Frankfurt Accomodation

Our website is for vacationers to find their ideal Frankfurt accommodation without any hassle. The choices are laid out for easy selection, leaving more time for developing your itinerary. City slickers will love Frankfurt, along with its brilliant skyline formed by a collection of skyscrapers and well-preserved buildings of old.

This is a highly diverse city, with various cultures brought in by the high number of foreigners. This cultural melting pot is also home to some of the more notable museums, theatres and operas, making it a hotspot for lovers of the arts.

Things to see

Frankfurt is nothing if not historic, and history buffs all over the world will agree. There are several historic attractions to explore and discover during your trip including Romerberg an old centre of Frankfurt, housing a number of historic buildings that dated back to the 14th century. Other attractions include the Dom, Hauptwache and Sachsenhausen. Exploring these landmarks will allow you to discover the various styles of architecture that evolved over the centuries past.

Photographers, both amateur and professional will love the skyline that Frankfurt produces. The concentration of avant-garde skyscrapers in one area, and rows of old buildings scattered elsewhere. View the city from the eastern bridges for the best possible view of the futuristic skyline, especially in the evenings. The Main Tower is a high-rise that’s open to public, so take advantage of this opportunity to view the surrounding areas from a 200m vantage point.

Hotels in Frankfurt

There are plenty of choices when it comes to Frankfurt hotels, though prices tend to soar when major trade fairs are being held in town. Many hotels and accommodation choices are located near the main train station, but it may not be as ‘clean’ as you prefer. Choices around the city include budget hostels, youth hostels, mid-range hotels, boutique hotels and some of the grandest, flamboyant hotels around. The city is easily connected by the U-Bahn, tram and bus, making it highly convenient to get around even without renting a car.

Where to stay

Sachsenhausen is the largest city district and contains some of the bigger tourist hotspots. An old town that’s partly preserved despite the British bombing during World War II is one of the main attractions. Others sights worth exploring include a large flea market and the museums along the River Main embankment. The city is highly developed so getting around is easily done through public transport.

The Westend district is a place worth exploring if you’re looking for the most skyscrapers in a region. There are plenty of spectacular structures to photograph and gaze at, while enjoying several other attractions. Places of interest here include Goethe University campus, Amerikahaus, some of the few preserved horse stables and the Suhrkamp Haus.

How to get to Frankfurt

Being the national transportation hub of Germany, the city is well-connected by rail, road and air. Frankfurt Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe, and services many major airlines. There are direct flights to every continent and major city in the world. Getting to the city centre from the airport takes just 14 minutes. Those coming in by train can alight at Hauptbahnhof, Südbahnhof or the Airport (Flughafen Fernbahnhof). Do note that the train stations are huge, so allow extra time for navigating it and even exploring it before catching your next ride out.

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