Top destination - Why go there in Frankfurt, Germany ?

Frankfurt, German and European banking capital

Frankfurt, German and European banking capital - Sunset on skyscrappers
Sunset on skyscrappers

Hosting the headquarters of most German banks, and the European Central bank, Frankfurt-am-Main is truly the German and European banking capital. The old town is pretty small, but guests are mostly amazed by Mainhattan, the district with some of the highest skyscrappers in continental Europe, named after the Main, the river around which the city was built.

  • Is tap water safe to drink in Frankfurt, Germany ?
  • Yes
  • Average prices in Frankfurt (USD - 1€ = USD$1.216325 )
  • Public transport ticket : 2.97 |
  • Taxi (5km) : 14.97 |
  • Train (200km) : 59.4 |
  • Restaurant (2 persons) : 80 |
  • 5* hotel : 290 |
  • 3* hotel : 120 |
  • Appartment rent : 1220 |
  • Women haircut : 43.97 |
  • Men haircut : 29.19 |
  • Weekend city break (2 persons, 1 hotel night, without flights) : 700

 Best hotels - Where to stay in Frankfurt, Germany ?

Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt

Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt - Room with double bed
Room with double bed

Great hotel, with a peculiar design, it features a swimming pool on upper floor, good restaurants, and easy access to metro, although a bit away from center, but close to the trade fair.

Great Great 5/6 (1)  |No problem experienced with free wifi during the stay Perfect wifi  |Expensive-Expensive Expensive  |120 EUR  |See on map of Frankfurt, Germany Franklinstraße 65, 60486 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

InterContinental Frankfurt

InterContinental Frankfurt - Room view on Mainhattan skyline
Room view on Mainhattan skyline

Comfortable hotel ideally located at walking distance from the central trainstation, including metro and tramway networks. It offers a 24h fitness, a restaurant and a lobby bar.

Average Average 3/6 (1)  |Free wifi is fine but could be better Good wifi  |Expensive-Expensive Expensive  |125 EUR  |See on map of Frankfurt, Germany Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 43, 60329 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 Finest restaurants - Where to eat in Frankfurt, Germany ?

Die kuh die lacht

Die kuh die lacht - Front entrance
Front entrance

Small burger chain with several restaurants in Frankfurt and other German cities, they probably offer some of the best burgers in the city - including good vegetarian options.

Good Good 4/6 (1)  |Free wifi is fine but could be better Good wifi  |Affordable-Affordable Affordable  |15 EUR  |See on map of Frankfurt, Germany Schillerstraße 28, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Heidi und Paul

Heidi und Paul - Main counter
Main counter

Small restaurant chain around Frankfurt, it offers great Vegetarian options - or, if you are on diet, it has a very good salad choice, which you can compose yourself.

Good Good 4/6 (1)  |Free wifi is fine but could be better Good wifi  |Affordable-Affordable Affordable  |10 EUR  |See on map of Frankfurt, Germany Meisengasse 12, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 Excellent activities - What to do in Frankfurt, Germany ?

Free walking tours in Frankfurt

Free walking tour Frankfurt - The main spots you should know Discover the historic center of Frankfurt and be amazed

Amazing Amazing 6/6 (1)  |Cheap-Cheap Cheap  |