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Flights to Flughafen Frankfurt am Main Airport

Fly into Frankfurt Airport today, located just 12km from downtown Frankfurt. Officially known as Flughafen Frankfurt am Main in German, Frankfurt Airport houses Lufthansa’s main operations, and enjoys one of the highest passenger traffic not only in its home country but also within the whole of Europe. The airport is one of the world’s top destinations, and caters to countless flights to international destinations around the world mainly through its two passenger terminals. Throughout its premises, a wide array of amenities can be found, ensuring that passengers will be granted a pleasant experience here at Frankfurt Airport. On top of basic amenities such as Duty Free shopping and dining options, Frankfurt Airport makes sure that passengers are pampered with manicure and pedicure services, and have a ball of a time at the Airport Casino. For a life-changing experience, you can even get married at the airport’s grounds and be scooted off immediately on your honeymoon!

How to get around in Frankfurt

From Frankfurt Airport, passengers can choose from one of many modes of transport to get into the city centre. The railway is the most common mode of transport, where passengers can board the S-Bahn lines to get into town quickly and conveniently. For passengers looking to travel to neighbouring German and European cities, a ticket to the InterCity passenger train lines will do the trick, as these networks will cover regional destinations efficiently. The Intercity-Express network in particular is highly popular within Germany, and will get you into neighbouring German states in style. Alternatively, passengers may also find bus stops outside both terminals which will drop them off at various locations around the city. There are always taxi services as well as rental car booths available at Frankfurt Airport if you’d rather avoid public transport.

Within the city, the extensive train networks served by the S-Bahn and the U-Bahn are the top choice of commute around the city. Do keep a lookout for discounts and passes as this will help make your travelling experience more affordable. Taxis are also widely available along the streets of Frankfurt. A good way to embark on a proper discovery of the city would be to rent bicycles instead. Frankfurt welcomes cycling as a common mode of transport around its premises with the provision of bicycle-friendly amenities such as bike paths and rental stands around the city.

What to see & do

Frankfurt is one of Germany’s key gateways to the country; boasting an intriguing fusion of both modern skyscrapers and old buildings. It is home to the country’s finest skyline, where each building towers over the other in its illuminated glory; breathtakingly reflected by the Main River.

Museums and galleries dot the city, attracting a substantial influx of visitors annually, as well as earning Frankfurt the title, ‘city of the arts’. Culinary lovers can also head down to Fressgass Street, a promenade filled with gastronomic delights.

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