Cheap Flights To Frankfurt, Germany


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The first thing people often think of when they hear the word Frankfurt is the type of sausage, but this cut-and-thrust, dynamic German city is about far more than that. As the booming hub of the country’s financial sector and home to the European Central Bank, Frankfurt offers an impressive skyline defined by eye-catching skyscrapers and historic monuments. Business travellers come here in their thousands for the trade shows, including the world’s largest book fair. It’s a vital transport hub too, with Germany’s busiest Autobahn intersection located here as well as its busiest international airport, linked directly to the high-speed ICE rail network, which makes getting around super easy.

On first impressions, Frankfurt is likely to strike you as somewhere full of wealthy business moguls, office towers and high-end cars. It’s easy to believe that Germany’s fifth largest city is all work and no play, but once you delve into this fascinating city you’ll really start to see the culture, charm and diversity on offer. The city’s Main Tower was finished in the year 2000 and has fast turned in to one of the most popular attractions in Frankfurt. Standing at 200 meters high, visitors can take the lift up to its rooftop observation platform where you can enjoy an unforgettable panoramic view of Frankfurt and the surrounding area.

Once you’ve finished at the tower, don’t forget to taste the delicious German drink Apfelwein during a trip to Sachsenhausen, before museum-hopping on the Museumsufer (Museum Embankment) where you’ll find a unique boulevard of cultural institutions all in one place. Top-class museums mean you can discover everything from applied arts, film and architecture to art, Jewish history and ancient sculptures. World-renowned architects like Richard Meier and OM Ungers were involved in the building and subsequent growth of many of the architectonic gems on show, for example the fine art Städel Museum with its underground exhibition spaces, the German Film Museum, the Communication Museum and the Jewish Museum. Plus, if you’re here in August, the Museum Embankment Festival, one of Europe's largest cultural festivals, happens every year over the last weekend before September.

When it comes to food there’s plenty available to suit every taste and the city offers a fantastic range of cuisines to suit all styles and budgets. From ramen to vegan food, well-known chains to high end boutique dining, many venues go out of their way to source the freshest local ingredients too whilst offering excellent value for money.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Frankfurt

Frankfurt is fast, frenetic and seriously cool. So you can make the most of your visit, it’s worth knowing a few basic facts before you go:

Time Difference: UTC +2 hours
Currency: Euro
Native Language: German (English is widely spoken too)
Weather: In the summer period of the year (May to September), Frankfurt is the warmest large city in Germany with a July average of 20°C (68°F). The average temperature during winter in January is 1.5°C (34.5°F).
Sales Tax: 19%

Flying to Frankfurt from the US

Before you start planning your trip, here’s everything you’ll need to know when flying to Frankfurt from the US.

Flight Times

Travelling times vary depending on where in the US you’re flying from. As a guide, from New York to Frankfurt takes around 8 hours, whilst Los Angeles to Frankfurt is around 11 hours.

Entry Requirements

American citizens may enter Germany for up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes without a visa. Your passport should be valid for at least six months beyond the period of stay.

Airlines That Fly to Frankfurt

The following airlines currently offer direct flights from the US to Frankfurt:
- Lufthansa
- United Airlines
- Delta
- Air France
- KLM

The Airport

Frankfurt Airport (FRA)

Frankfurt airport is located 13 kilometres (8 miles) southwest of the city, and to get from Frankfurt airport to the Frankfurt city centre, you have several options. You can hire a car, take a taxi or private car, ride the bus, or travel by train.

A taxi from Frankfurt airport to Frankfurt costs around 20 to 30 Euros one-way. The journey takes 20 to 30 minutes, but can take longer depending on traffic.

10 Frankfurt Must-Dos

Make the most of your time in Frankfurt using our list of the ten main things to see whilst you’re there:

- Staedel Museum
- English Theatre
- Museumsufer
- Palmengarten
- Dialog Museum
- German Film Museum (Deutsches Filmmuseum)
- Frankfurt Christmas Market
- Mainkai
- Museum fur Post und Kommunikation
- Eiserner Steg

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