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Guide to Frankfurt

As one of the most important business cities in Europe, it is easy to dismiss Frankfurt as a city without much for the casual tourist to enjoy, but this is a real mistake. Frankfurt is a large, sprawling city that lies along both banks of the Rhine in central Germany. The modern skyline attracts comparisons with Manhattan, and the city centre is a gleaming place where there are many shops to browse though, world-class nightclubs and bars, and a wide choice of museums and galleries to visit.

Top Frankfurt Tourist Attractions

Try to make sure that you have time in Frankfurt and see some of the sights Frankfurt top attractions include the Saint Bartholomeu's Cathedral is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Museumsufer district are also well worth seeking out. Frankfurt’s history provides lots for visitors to enjoy.

You can book a Frankfurt city tour before you travel and allow our expert Frankfurt based guides to show you some of Frankfurt’s hidden treasures.

Overview of Sport in Frankfurt

It often seems as though Frankfurt’s most popular sport is Football. The best-known team is Eintracht Frankfurt who play at Waldstadion. Every year, the biggest event for Frankfurt sporting calendar is undoubtedly the FIFA World Cup, which you can see at the Waldstadion.

Top Frankfurt Tourist Attractions

Try to make sure that you have time in Frankfurt and see some of the sights Frankfurt top attractions include the Saint Bartholomeu's Cathedral is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Museumsufer district are also well worth seeking out. Frankfurt’s history provides lots for visitors to enjoy.

You can book a Frankfurt city tour before you travel and allow our expert Frankfurt based guides to show you some of Frankfurt’s hidden treasures.

Climate Guide to Frankfurt

Easily pinpoint the best time for going to Frankfurt thanks to our simple guide to the climate in Frankfurt. The table below shows the average temperatures in Frankfurt over twelve months, giving a guide to the climate of Frankfurt, so you can plan the best time to go!

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Frankfurt Driving Tips

All you need to drive a car in Frankfurt is your regular UK license. For security in Germany, make sure your license is valid before you go to Frankfurt.
On the road in Frankfurt, as with the rest of Germany, you should always keep to the right.

Why not arrange car hire in Frankfurt online before travelling to Germany and there are a number of depots in Frankfurt where you can pick up your car.

Information About Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport is located approximately 8 miles southwest of Frankfurt. The international IATA code for the airport is FRA - flights take 1 hours from the UK approximately. Getting into Frankfurt is easy. There are plenty of taxis available. Frankfurt Airport has many shops to browse before you fly, offering souvenirs from your time in Frankfurt if you want something to remember your visit.

British Embassy in Frankfurt

If you get into trouble in Frankfurt, or just need some advice, the Frankfurt British Consulate is the place to go.

British Consulate-General
Triton Haus
Bockenheimer Landstrasse 42
D-60323 Frankfurt-am-Main

Telephone: (49) (69) 1700020

The Facts About Frankfurt

City Name: Frankfurt
Country: Germany
Language: German
Currency: Euro
Time Difference: GMT + 1
Electricity Supply: 230V AC 50Hz

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