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Flights to Frankfurt am Main

Discover Frankfurt: The Metropolis on the Main

Beach, Cuisine, Culture, Nature

Frankfurt is known for its skyscrapers (17 out of 18 in Germany!) It's the largest financial center in continental Europe and the seat of the European Central Bank. One of the world's largest world stock exchanges and the oldest Fair, first mentioned in the 12th century, is located here. Due to its rich historical past, Germany Frankfurt offers visitors many monuments, culture, and relaxation in 45 green spaces. Search Corendon Airlines for the most suitable flights to Frankfurt now and discover this beautiful city.

Feature / Location

The fifth largest city in Germany with 763,380 inhabitants in central Germany, in the federal state of Hesse

Currency

Euro

Weather

From May to September the temperature varies between 15 °C to 26 °C

Time Zone

GMT+1

Airports

Frankfurt am Main Airport

Activities

Sight- seeing, culture, sport, shopping

Frankfurt on the Main, perfectly combining tradition with modern technology, is often called Manhattan due to the number of skyscrapers (Men means "Main" in German). The city was founded as a war castle in the 2nd century AD by a Franconian king named Zuna; over the centuries, it was the site of the coronation of kings and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1749, it became the birthplace of J.W. Goethe. The city hosts 60 museums with valuable collections, many of which are situated along the Main River. Explore Corendon Airlines' affordable and flexible Frankfurt flights and book your flight to this magical city right away.

What is Frankfurt best known for?

Frankfurt is primarily the capital of fairs, exhibitions, cultural events and one of the largest transport hubs in Europe. Here the fourth busiest airport in Europe is located, with an area of 2,300 ha, after Paris de Gaulle, London Heathrow and Amsterdam Schiphol. Since Gutenberg invented printing in nearby Mainz, Frankfurt has been home to the largest book fair in the world. In the so-called The "banking district" stands the tallest building in Germany, the headquarters of the Commerzbank, with a total height of 300 m.

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Frankfurt am Main Beaches

Beach
Frankfurt am Main Beach CityBeach
Frankfurt am Main Beach CityBeach

CityBeach

CityBeach is a top place for those who don't want to stray too far from the center and want to feel the ambiance of total chill-out. The site is on the roof of a car park in the central district of Konstablerwache, offering a breathtaking view of Frankfurt. It has sun loungers on the sandy beach, swimming pools, a beach volleyball court, and a bar with drinks and snacks. CityBeach stays open only during good summer weather and, from October to March, turns into a cozy alpine hut with an open-air ice rink. You can easily reach any one of these tourist-packed destinations by searching Corendon Airlines’ cheap flights to Frankfurt.

Frankfurt am Main Beach The Langener Waldsee
Frankfurt am Main Beach The Langener Waldsee

The Langener Waldsee

The Langener Waldsee in Langen town, 15 km from Frankfurt, is a place that attracts nature and natural waters’ admirers. It is the largest lake in the Rhine-Main area, with an area of 58 hectares, offering the chance of swimming along a sandy beach with a length of 900 m. Lovers of water sports such as sailing, surfing and fishing will not be disappointed. An interesting fact is that every year on the lake there is a swimming competition at a distance of 3800 m as part of the German Iron Man.

Frankfurt am Main Cuisine

Cuisine
Frankfurt am Main Cuisine Bratwurst
Frankfurt am Main Cuisine Bratwurst

Bratwurst

Bratwurst- sausage in a natural covering made of ground pork or mixed with beef. There are 46 sorts of bratwurst in Germany. Often grilled before consumption, usually eaten with sweet mustard and a small bun or with potato salad or ketchup-curry sauce, then it is called Currywurst. From the vicinity of Frankfurt come "frankfurters'' of lean pork ham smoked on beech wood. It is Germans’ favourite fast food. In the Middle Ages during the fairs and the coronation of kings on the Römerberg square in Frankfurt, the city's inhabitants were fed with famous sausage by the city authorities.

Frankfurt am Main Cuisine Green Sauce (Grüne Soße)
Frankfurt am Main Cuisine Green Sauce (Grüne Soße)

Green Sauce (Grüne Soße)

Green Sauce (Grüne Soße) - people used to say that it was Goethe's favourite dish. The sauce consists of 7 herbs and is consumed with a hard-boiled egg and boiled potatoes or boiled beef. Every year, the Green Sauce Festival takes place in Frankfurt. The menu of each restaurant which serves apple wine includes Green Sauce.

Frankfurt am Main Cuisine Handkäse with music (mit Musik)
Frankfurt am Main Cuisine Handkäse with music (mit Musik)

Handkäse with music (mit Musik)

Handkäse with music (mit Musik) - a culinary specialty of the Frankfurt district consisting of less than 1% fat and a large amount of protein sour milk cheese, marinated with a lot of raw onions known as "music" in the area, olive oil, vinegar, pepper and salt, and caraway seeds. It is eaten without a fork, spreading the cheese and onion with a knife on the bread. The name of the cheese means that it is made by hand and the music symbolizes the sounds generated during the digestion process.

Frankfurt am Main Culture

Culture
Frankfurt am Main Culture Römerberg
Frankfurt am Main Culture Römerberg

Römerberg

This historic square has been regarded as the center of the Old Town since the late Middle Ages. This is where the coronation ceremonies of the King or Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire took place, and nowadays, where the Christmas Market is held. An important part of the square is Römer, a building admired by tourists, which has been the town hall since the 15th century. Almost all the buildings on the Römerberg were destroyed during World War II and carefully rebuilt, except for the Wertheim building, which was the only building not damaged by the bombings.

Frankfurt am Main Culture The Iron Bridge (Eisenersteg)
Frankfurt am Main Culture The Iron Bridge (Eisenersteg)

The Iron Bridge (Eisenersteg)

Places to see and things to do in Frankfurt never end. The Iron Bridge is one of the much-loved photo spots due to its exceptional view of Frankfurt's Skyline. The first bridge connecting the Old Town with the Sachsenhausen district was built in 1868; when it was blown up during World War II, it was rebuilt in detail in 1946. There are thousands of padlocks on the bridge hung by lovers from all over the world who believe that their love will last forever by locking the lock. In the upper part of the structure, there is a quote from the Odyssey of Homer: "I am sailing on the dark sea to people of another language" or "I am sailing through the sea of red wine to people of another language."

Frankfurt am Main Nature

Nature
Frankfurt am Main Nature Grüneburgpark
Frankfurt am Main Nature Grüneburgpark

Grüneburgpark

Park Grüneburg (Grüneburgpark) - a park with an area of 29 hectares, it is one of the favourite leisure places of the residents of Frankfurt. The park includes the Botanical Garden with a free entrance, where you can admire themed natural corners under the open sky. On the other side of the street, there is an entrance to the Palm House, established 150 years ago, an area of 22 hectares it offers a chill=out among vegetation and exotic trees from every climate.

Frankfurt am Main Nature Lohrberg
Frankfurt am Main Nature Lohrberg

Lohrberg

Lohrberg - it is the highest altitude of Frankfurt, 185 m high and at the same time the only vineyard belonging to the urban area of the metropolis on the Main. In the area of 1.3 hectares, you can go hiking among the vines or in the park, do a few laps by bike, relax in the huge meadow and enjoy the exceptional panorama of Frankfurt's Skyline. One of the attractions of the Lohr mountain is the MainÄppelHaus; it is an educational and relaxation garden with orchards of different varieties of apples, an orchard meadow, hives, running chickens, combined with a shop and a pub, which offer apple products, including wine, cakes, snacks and jams.

Frankfurt am Main Nature The Green Belt (Grüngürtel)
Frankfurt am Main Nature The Green Belt (Grüngürtel)

The Green Belt (Grüngürtel)

The Green Belt (Grüngürtel) - a green belt area in the city, which covers 1/3 of Frankfurt, with a distance of 70 km, surrounding the city on the Main part of the "Green Belt" are forests, parks, meadows, green protected areas, gardens and sports fields. The Green Belt is the lungs of the city.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Frankfurt am Main

What is Frankfurt best known for?

Frankfurt is primarily the capital of fairs, exhibitions, and cultural events and one of the largest transport hubs in Europe. The fourth busiest airport in Europe is located here, with an area of 2,300 ha, after Paris de Gaulle, London Heathrow, and Amsterdam Schiphol. Since Gutenberg invented printing in nearby Mainz, Frankfurt has been home to the largest book fair in the world.

How many days do I need to visit Frankfurt?

Depending on your interest, 3 - 4 days should be enough to see the biggest Frankfurt tourist attractions.

Where can I stay while in Frankfurt?

There are several hotels at Frankfurt Airport right next door for those who want to stay within a reasonable distance. There are 311 accommodation facilities in Frankfurt, with almost 60,000 beds. The 91 hotels in Frankfurt are luxury and first class, and the rest are middle class. Hostels, guesthouses, and guest inns offer cheap accommodation in Frankfurt.

What's the best way to get around Frankfurt?

Preferably on foot to feel the city's atmosphere, Goethe himself said, "you were really only there when you were on foot." Besides, public transport is at a high level. The most profitable option is to buy a one- or two-day "Frankfurt Card" - the Frankfurt Ticket, which entitles you to use all public transport and offers many discounts on admission to museums.

How can I go from Frankfurt Airport to the city center?

When you land at one of the two terminals at the Frankfurt Airport (FRA), you can use several different lines of the S-Bahn train, which runs around the clock every few minutes, having previously obtained a ticket from the machine. Trains run to the main station (Hauptbahnhof) in 15 minutes. You can rent a car from one of the many car rental agencies at the airport if you plan to explore the Rhine-Main area. Taxis are available 24 hours a day, and the journey to the center takes up to 20 minutes. In addition, many hotels offer free shuttle buses to the hotel.

Where can I find cheap flight tickets to Frankfurt?

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Frankfurt am Main flight ticket

Cheapest flight ticket Airport Flight duration Cheapest date
Antalya → Frankfurt am Main
flight ticket: 64.99 EUR
Frankfurt am Main Airport 2 hr 50 min 12 Jul 2024

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Direct flights to Frankfurt

Frankfurt's central location in Germany and Europe makes it a major hub for air, rail, and road connections. Frankfurt Airport handles the largest number of direct long-haul flights and is one of the largest airports in the world. Corendon Airlines offers direct low-cost flights on the routes Frankfurt – Antalya, Frankfurt – Ankara, Frankfurt – Izmir, Frankfurt - Milas Bodrum, and Frankfurt – Kayseri. Cheap flights to Frankfurt are available any time of the year, but you must keep your finger on the pulse. It's a good idea to follow the Corendon Airlines website closely in order to get the best flight price from/to Frankfurt am Main.

Destination Airport: Frankfurt am Main (FRA)  
Kayseri - Frankfurt am Main flight duration   3:50 hours
Ankara - Frankfurt am Main flight duration  3:30 hours
Bodrum Milas - Frankfurt am Main flight duration  3:25 hours
İzmir - Frankfurt am Main flight duration  3:15 hours
Antalya - Frankfurt am Main flight duration  3:40 hours

 

Cheap flight tickets to Frankfurt

Frankfurt Airport is an open window to Europe; therefore, cheap Frankfurt flights are in particular demand. In order to make sure to take advantage of the promotional airline tickets to Frankfurt, follow our website. The rule also applies here: the faster the booking, the more attractive the ticket price.

To go from Frankfurt Airport to Frankfurt centre

When you land at one of the 2 terminals at the Frankfurt airport (FRA), you can use several different lines of the S - bahn train, which runs around the clock every few minutes, having previously obtained a ticket from the machine. Trains run to the main station (Hauptbahnhof) in 15 minutes. You can rent a car from one of the many car rental agencies at the airport if you plan to explore the Rhine - Main area. Taxis are available 24 hours a day and the journey to the centre takes up to 20 minutes. In addition, many hotels offer free shuttle buses to the hotel.

Accommodation in Frankfurt

There are several hotels at Frankfurt airport and right next door for those who don't want to go too far. Frankfurt is a city of fairs, conferences and high-level meetings, and therefore offers a very wide range of activities related to your stay. The metropolis on the Main is the 4th city in Germany with the largest number of overnight stays (after Berlin, Munich and Hamburg). There are 311 accommodation facilities in Frankfurt with almost 60,000 beds. The 91 hotels in Frankfurt are luxury and first class, the rest are middle class. Cheap accommodation in Frankfurt is offered by hostels, guesthouses and guest inns.

Frankfurt weather

The average summer temperature is 25-26 ° C, and the average winter temperature is 5 ° C. The wettest month is July, the sunniest month, with the weather in Frankfurt boosting an average of 7.5 hours of sunshine.

Frankfurt cuisine

Bratwurst is a type of sausage in a natural covering made of ground pork or mixed with beef. There are 46 sorts of bratwurst in Germany. Often grilled before consumption, usually eaten with sweet mustard and a small bun or with potato salad or ketchup-curry sauce, then it is called Currywurst. From the vicinity of Frankfurt come "frankfurters" of lean pork ham smoked on beech wood. It is the Germans' favorite fast food. In the Middle Ages, during the fairs and the coronation of kings on the Römerberg square in Frankfurt, the city's inhabitants were fed with famous sausage by the city authorities.

Legend has it, Green Sauce (Grüne Soße) was Goethe's favorite dish. The sauce consists of 7 herbs and is consumed with a hard-boiled egg, boiled potatoes, or boiled beef. Every year, the Green Sauce Festival takes place in Frankfurt, and each Frankfurt restaurant's menu serves apple wine and includes Green Sauce.

Handkäse with music (mit Musik) is a Frankfurt cuisine specialty, exclusive to the district, consisting of less than 1% fat and a large amount of protein sour milk cheese, marinated with a lot of raw onions known as "music" in the area, olive oil, vinegar, pepper and salt, and caraway seeds. It is eaten without a fork, spreading the cheese and onion with a knife on the bread. The name of the cheese means that it is made by hand, and the music symbolizes the sounds generated during digestion. To experience this magical city and these mouthwatering dishes for yourself, make sure to book the next flight to Frankfurt from Corendon Airlines and start your journey.

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