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Frankfurt, Germany's fifth largest city, besides being a major financial center on the Old Continent, is a tourist destination that is well worth exploring. Full of excellent museums, beautiful scenery, restaurants with delicious local cuisine, the city has a wide variety of sightseeing tours not to be missed.








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The city of Frankfurt is undoubtedly one of the most important cities in Germany and also one of the largest financial centers in Europe. Seen by many tourists only as a point of arrival and departure in Europe, Frankfurt ends up attracting many visitors from all over the world thanks to the variety of cultural tours and tourist options. If you enjoy shopping, it is the right destination, as the city is known as "A Shopper's Paradise". The nightlife is not lacking either - the city has a special place especially in the summer nights: the Alt-Sachsenhausen, one of Frankfurt's neighborhoods with lots of fun in the many wonderful restaurants, bars and cafés.


Frankfurt, Germany

Language: German

Currency: Euro
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How to get to Frankfurt:

Frankfurt Airport
Frankfurt Central Station
Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof



Where to stay in Frankfurt:

Frankfurt is a city that offers lodging options to suit all tastes. There are accommodation options ranging from the luxurious to the simpler - bed and breakfast inns or hostels. Prices also vary according to the type of accommodation and the season. If you want to save money, avoid the summer period (from June to the end of August), it is the most crowded. As for the most suitable neighborhoods, in our opinion, the best place to stay in Frankfurt is the Historic Center that houses the main postcards of the city. Another option to stay in Frankfurt is the sophisticated and charming region of Sachsenhausen, ideal for the public looking for tranquility and leisure in one place.


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Getting around in Frankfurt:

Public transport in Frankfurt works very well and is the best way for you to get around within the city. There are basically 3 types of public transport in Frankfurt: U-Bahn (subway), S-Bahn (surface train) and tram. The tip is to buy the Frankfurt Card, a card that, in addition to giving unlimited access to all types of public transport, offers discounts at the main sights. A great advantage of this card is that it is also valid for transport to / from Frankfurt Airport. There are options available in two versions: for 24 and 48 hours, with fares starting at € 10.50. Download an app of RMV company (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund), responsible for public transport in Frankfurt. With it, you can plan your trip on the subway, bus or tram more easily.


The Frankfurt subway system is called U-Bahn, it covers the entire city center and the nearest suburb; Its lines are identified by "U". There are nine subway lines that run every day in Frankfurt from 4:00 a.m. to about 1:00 a.m.

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    In Frankfurt there is no ticket office at stations, all tickets must be purchased at machines that are scattered all stations, including on platforms.


The S-Bahn is a surface train system that takes you to the most remote locations, but it also has several lines and stations in the city center. On the street you identify an S-bahn station by the board with the blank letter S inside a green circle.

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    Tickets can be easily purchased on machines that are in the city's stations. The machines accept the most diverse forms of payment.


Another type of public transport in Frankfurt is the electric tram which also works very well but is more located in the city center. The tram schedule is very similar to the subway. The trams provide a very comfortable way to get around Frankfurt, not to mention that the trip allows the passenger to enjoy the scenery along the way.

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    Tickets can be easily purchased on machines that are in the city's stations. The machines accept the most diverse forms of payment.
In addition to the buses that run during the day, there are also buses that run throughout the night, the so-called Nachtbus. These buses make the main routes within the city. There are lines that work every night, and lines that only work in the mornings from Friday to Saturday, Saturday to Sunday, and the nights before holidays.

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    The ticket price of the Nachtbus is the same as the daytime buses, without additional costs.


Renting a bike is a great way to explore the city. Frankfurt is perfect for those who like to pedal. To rent a bike, you need to register on the DB Call a Bike company website or register at any of the rental stations using a Visa or MasterCard credit card.

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    The cost is € 3 for 1/2 hour or € 15 a day. To release the bike, you will need to make a phone call to receive a four-digit code, which opens the safety lock.


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Weather in Frankfurt:

The city of Frankfurt has a maritime temperate climate. The months of December, January and February are the coldest, with the probability of snowfall at this time of year and temperatures varying between 2ºC and -2ºC. Spring (March, April, May and early June) is one of the most recommended times to visit the city. During this time it rains a bit, but nothing that hinders outdoor walks. In summer, the maximum average temperatures vary between 20ºC and 25ºC and the average minimum temperatures between 12ºC and 14ºC. The hottest months are July and August. Summer is a very lively season, with a series of events taking place all over the city. In autumn, temperatures are again milder with values between 15ºC and 20ºC and it is the time of year when it rains the most. Overall, there is no best time of year to visit Frankfurt, everything will depend on the intentions of every traveler.



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