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Flights to Frankfurt, Germany

Flights to Frankfurt, Germany

Visit Frankfurt – a modern city with tradition

Frankfurt am Main is the business and financial capital of Germany. The city is famous for its high-rise buildings and the third busiest airport in Europe. Fly to Frankfurt for a trade fair, for shopping or simply to visit this vibrant, modern city.

Frankfurt for urban travellers

For your first impression of the city, walk across the Iron Footbridge. Visit Frankfurt's wonderful cathedral. Stop in the Römerberg, a picturesque square. Don't forget to visit one of the city's many world-famous museums. Stroll through the beautiful Grüneburg park and enjoy a coffee and pastry in one of the cafés, or buy a frankfurter from a stall on the street. And don't forget to sample some Apfelwein, a local speciality.

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Frankfurt for a trade fair

Messe Frankfurt is one of the largest trade fair and exhibition grounds in the world. The Frankfurt Book Fair is the world's largest trade fair for books, with a tradition dating back to 1485. The Frankfurt Motor Show is one of the world's largest motor shows. Held every two years, it attracts almost a million visitors.

Frankfurt for shopping

The pedestrianised Zeil is the busiest shopping destination in the city. The most famous department store on the street is the Zeilgalerie, but the MyZeil shopping mall is not to be missed either. On Goethestrasse you will find the boutiques of famous fashion designers. If antiques are your thing, make sure you visit the Saturday flea market by the river.

Frankfurt for museums

Most of Frankfurt's museums are located in the Museumsufer district. They include the Architecture Museum, the German Film Museum, the Museum of Communications, the Jewish Museum and various art galleries. The Museum of Modern Art contains works by world-famous modern artists, while the Städel Museum's collection includes masterpieces by Monet, Van Gogh, Cézanne and Matisse. Also worth a visit is the Goethe House, where Germany's most famous writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born.

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When travelling to Frankfurt do not miss:

  • Römerberg: the old centre of the city, with its fifteenth-century town hall.
  • The Kaiserdom: the Cathedral of St Bartholomew, Frankfurt's most important church, was built in the fourteenth century, in the Gothic style.
  • Eiserner Steg: the Iron Footbridge is Frankfurt's most famous pedestrian bridge and offers an excellent view of the city.
  • The Alte Oper (Old Opera): built in the late nineteenth century, this Renaissance-style building is today a venue for concerts and conferences.
  • St Paul's Church: once the seat of the first democratically elected parliament, it is today used for various cultural events.
  • Sachsenhausen: this district south of the river Main is famous for its traditional cider houses, serving Apfelwein.
  • Grüneburg: the largest and most popular park in the city.
  • Main Tower: this 200-metre-high skyscraper offers an unforgettable bird's-eye view of the city.

Frankfurt is a city of contrasts in which the tallest and most modern skyscrapers alternate with old, romantic buildings. Visit it with us.

You can read more about Frankfurt in OnAir Magazine