Flights to Frankfurt (DE)

One of the most important financial areas in Europe is Frankfurt and this has made the city among the leading international destinations for Americans. Frankfurt International Airport is the largest in Germany and among the biggest in Europe, offering daily scheduled flights to North American, as well as offering connections throughout Europe. Many are in town to visit one of the biggest convention centres in the world, the Frankfurter Messe. This venue regularly hosts business and financial events, as well as one of the best known book fairs in the world, which is held in October annually. If you're not visiting the city in a business suit, there are plenty of opportunities for tourists as well, including romantic strolls along the Main River and visiting the beautiful Römerberg. Naturally the city offers world class hotel accommodations, fine dining and a host of bars and clubs that keep the nightlife vibrant and fresh.

Germany is one of the most important areas of finance and politics in Germany and many enter the country through Frankfurt. Germany has been a member of the EU since 2002 and has since played an important role in the development of the organisation. The country boasts one of the best travel infrastructures in the world, with an efficient train system linking all corners of the country together. With a number of international airports located throughout the country, it is one of the most accessible areas of Europe. Whether you're arriving in a suit and tie or looking to explore its rich history, Germany is the perfect destination!
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Places of interest

  • Alte Oper
  • Goethe Museum
  • St. Paul's Church
  • Frankfurt Cathedral
  • The Römer

More info about your Frankfurt city trip

  • Frankfurt Tourist Information
  • Kaiserstr. 56
  • 60329 Frankfurt am Main
  • Tel. (+49) 69 21 23 88 00

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1. London-Frankfurt-Main
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2. Manchester-Frankfurt
07/11 - 10/11/2016 Manchester-Frankfurt HOP
3. Birmingham-Frankfurt
18/11 - 25/11/2016 Birmingham-Frankfurt Helvetic Airrways
4. London-Frankfurt
19/12 - 19/01/2017 London-Frankfurt Multiple Carriers
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5. Bristol-Frankfurt
10/12 - 21/01/2017 Bristol-Frankfurt British Airways
6. Edinburgh-Frankfurt
17/08 - 22/08/2017 Edinburgh-Frankfurt Iberia
7. Aberdeen-Frankfurt
10/11 - 14/11/2016 Aberdeen-Frankfurt bmi regional
8. Belfast-Frankfurt-Main
27/12 - 02/01/2017 Belfast-Frankfurt-Main United Airlines
9. Bradford-Frankfurt-Main
23/11 - 30/12/2016 Bradford-Frankfurt-Main Multiple Carriers
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Frankfurt has a continental climate, with warm summers and cold winters. The traditional holiday time of May through September offers the best chance for good weather. June, July, and August are the city’s hottest months, so May and September are likely to have the most comfortable temperatures. However, as the area is temperate, it can be visited at any time. During summer, the city experiences average highs of 25 centigrade, and in winters, 2 to 3 centigrade.


The main shopping street in Frankfurt is the Zeil, which is only open to pedestrians. Most of its shops are international chains. The street hosts a shopping mall called Zeilgalerie. However, the city also offers local businesses, ranging from art and hand crafts to independent clothing shops to food. Shoppers can find well-known favourites, as well as appreciate the unique and personal aspect of small shops. The city also hosts Goethestrasse, a street for luxury shopping, and numerous shopping malls and weekly markets.


A large selection of restaurants beckons from Frankfurt, from Japanese to Italian to German itself. A favourite German food is Handkäse mit Musik. Handkäse is cylinder-shaped, curdled quark cheese. Handkäse mit Musik literally translates to hand cheese with music. The locals are also fond of Grüne Sosse, or green sauce. It is made from hard-boiled eggs, oil, and vinegar, and mixed with parsley, sorrel, burnet, borage, chervil, and chives. Visitors can also visit Kleinmarkthalle, a popular indoor grocery market, and Berger Strasse, a street full of ethnic food shops.


Frankfurt offers a variety of clubs, the largest concentrations of which are in the city centre and Ostend district. The Cocoon Club is a techno venue that celebrates the city’s involvement in the roots of techno music, in which area DJs played new varieties of acid house in the 1990s. There are traditional clubs, such as Living XXL and Club 101, located in the financial district, attracting local professionals. Frankfurt also has a lively beach club scene, featuring clubs along the river.

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