Frankfurt and the surrounding Taunus area regularly rank in the top ten for the best quality of life. Often referred to as the most international city in Germany, 1 in 3 Frankfurters doesn't hold a German passport and almost everyone speaks English. It is also home to the largest financial centre on the continent which includes the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt stock exchange. The cities full name is Frankfurt am Main, meaning the Main River that flows through the city. That river is pronounced "mine", not as the English "main."
Nearby Points of Interest
- Frankfurt International school is about 20k outside of Frankfurt situated at the base of Taunus nature park, surrounded by pristine forest woodlands. There are a variety of castles to visit.
- Visit the spectacular vineyards of the Rheingau
- More sightseeing attractions
Frankfurt airport serves Germany's fifth largest city and is the 4th busiest passenger terminal in Europe, behind Heathrow, Charles de Gaulle and Schiphol and the number one, in Europe for cargo traffic. The Airport has two terminals linked by a short monorail ride and is the home hub for Lufthansa.
Special Rates Available!
- The Park Hotel is a short walk from FIS and mid-range pricing
- The Dorint Hotel Frankfurt Oberursel is mid-high range and a 10 min taxi ride from FIS.
- The Movenpick is a mid-range hotel and on the train line to FIS (15 mins)
Frankfurt boasts an impressive public transport system that seamlessly links the airport to the train network via a station underneath the airport. Includes all the information (in English) about lines, timetables and tickets. Download the app on your mobile device. Download the Deutsche Bahn app for timetables and route planning.
Note: All registrations are final and non-refundable but transferable.
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