Most of the larger city centre hotels are close to the main central train station, fairgrounds as well as the Business District, Bankenviertel. See best areas to stay in Frankfurt.
You can find smaller accommodation in the city’s suburbs only a short walk from an efficient public transport network system, making them easy to reach whether you’re visiting Frankfurt on business or pleasure.
Explore the city’s medieval town square, Romerberg, where you can see Gothic houses, Government buildings and modern skyscrapers. You can also enjoy a night at the theatre, opera or ballet as well as checking out art exhibitions before returning to your cheap accommodation, close to the Hauptbahnhof (hbf) train station.
Check out Zeil, an outdoor walking mall, jam packed with shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. It’s a great place to people watch while relaxing with a cup of coffee.
Why not go for a cruise down the River Maine to get a different view of the city? Have your camera ready to take photographs of the stunning skyscrapers and traditional buildings along Frankfurt’s Museum Embankment. The summer is the ideal time to visit the Zoo or the Botanical Gardens.
Frankfurt is also famous for its Trade Fairs and Exhibitions. There’s a lively jazz scene too, night clubs and trendy bars. Visit the Museum of Modern Art, the Historic Museum, the Jewish Museum or the Natural History Museum, all within easy reach of the Hauptbahnhof (hbf) main central station and many hotels.
Search for the perfect accommodation whatever time of year you wish to travel to this interesting city. When it comes to accommodation (hotel, hostel, bed and breakfast or apartment), there are always online discounts, special deals and offers to be had. Many properties offer traditional, modern decor combined with elegant and classic furnishings. Expect roomsto have flat screen TVs, air conditioning, comfortable beds, Wi-Fi and workspace if you’re on a business trip.
Frankfurt Main Train Station