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Highlights in Frankfurt am Main
- Cultural and historical hub
- Germany’s business capital
- Beautiful cathedral
- A green jungle within the concrete jungle
- Delicious food
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Frankfurt am Main is the financial hub of the country and it offers some of the best places to stay. Innenstadt and Bankenviertel are very central surrounded by impressive skyscrapers. The Altstadt (or Old Town) is one of the most beautiful parts of the city with unique architecture and great atmosphere along the river Main. Bahnhofsviertel is the area close to the railway station and this is ideal for a short stay. The Westend is a residential district for those who want a quieter area.A place for every traveller
Frankfurt offers such a wide array of accommodation options for individuals, families, couples and friends who wish to stay in the main financial city of Germany. The properties will provide all the amenities you need for your stay including good Internet services and some extras such as jacuzzis and swimming pools. The properties are equipped with comfortable furniture in well-arranged spaces and contemporary decoration and colours that will give you a warm welcome and that will make you feel at home.
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The area and getting around
Frankfurt am Main (Frankfurt on the Main) is in the western part of Germany. Walking around is the best way to see the Frankfurt Tower, appreciate the high skyscrapers that shape the skyline of the city and admire the Main Tower or the Commerzbank Tower. If you like shopping make sure you check Zeil Street! Spend some time in the heart of the Altstadt and enjoy the Römerberg atmosphere and get mesmerised by its architecture.Explore the surroundings of Frankfurt-am-Main
Discover and visit the museums on both sides of the Main River, including the Museum Giersch and Deutsches Architekturmuseum. Explore the neighbourhoods at your own pace, cross the pedestrian bridge Eiser Steg or attend the yearly world’s biggest publishing fair at the Messe Frankfurt around mid-October. But if you are still curious, thanks to its great railway connections, the city is a good starting point for visiting neighbouring places including Brussels, Eastern France or Luxembourg in a short amount of time. Get on the train and spend some time visiting other cities and exploring more of Europe’s greatest urban destinations.
Travellers and activities
Tall buildings, vibrant atmosphere, cultural activities, great landmarks and a great collection of museums and historic buildings make Frankfurt-am-Main one of the most desirable cities to visit or live in. Ideal destination for a weekend getaway, the city offers a vast selection of activities and places to go within this unique urban jungle. The impressive town hall with its three gabled houses is one of the symbols of this city and it gives a special sight to this busy, yet global destination. Its impressive skyline, outlined by high buildings, has awarded the city the nickname of “Mainhattan” and Chicago on the Main” as it reminds the skylines of these major American cities. Explore and enjoy your urban stay in Frankfurt!Frankfurt am Main for museum lovers
As we have mentioned before, Frankfurt is a city with a vast cultural offer. If you love art, history and science you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to museums. Visit the Jewish Museum spread across two venues - Rothschild Palace and Museum Judengasse. The Museum of Modern Art is a great gallery for contemporary art and the Goethe Museum houses q4 galleries showcasing the artwork of one of the greatest writers, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The Naturmuseum Senckenberg in Frankfurt's Senckenberg Gardens is one of the most modern museums of natural history in Europe with one of the world's largest collections of stuffed birds and a large exhibit of the development of mankind. The Städel Museum is where you can enjoy the collection of paintings from the 14th century. Start organising your visits!
Did you know that there are about 180 nationalities living in Frankfurt-am-Main?
Top 5 travel tips in Frankfurt am Main
The Römerberg is one of the main squares, in front of the beautiful Town Hall known as Römer. Explore the open-fronted shops and admire the Gothic church of St. Leonhard, Old St. Nicholas Church, the Historical Museum or the Wertheim House, now a restaurant. The square was the heart of the old city in medieval times and it has seen many Imperial coronations, trade fairs and now, the annual and beautiful Christmas markets when the festive season arrives.2. Visit Frankfurt cathedral
The cathedral is a Roman Catholic building of red sandstone that was finished around the 15th century and it stands with a 95-meter tall tower and it still suprasses the altitude of the city skyscrapers. The great sculpture of the Crucifixion is worth seeing as well as the grave-slab of King Günther von Schwarzburg or the skullcap of St. Bartholomew.3. Shop like a local
Markets are the meeting point for many locals to do their daily shopping looking for fresh fruits and veggies. In Frankfurt you can go to Kleinmarkthalle, a place of 1,500 square meters with 150 market stalls with the finest goods in the country. Here is where you can also sample some traditional pastries, delicious cheeses, fabulous sausages and the famous Green Sauce made of herbs, egg and sour cream.4. Visit the jungle in Frankfurt
Are you longing for palm trees, exotic flora and a lush green jungle in the middle of an urban setting? Palmengarten Botanical Gardens is a 22-hectare garden with perfectly simulated climates zones in its Tropicarium, an area of 14 modern glass greenhouses with a great variety of exotic plants, rainforests, mangroves and dry deserts with its stunning cacti. Get ready to be wowed!5. Sip the signature drink!
The apfelwein or ebbelwoi, is a crisp apple cider produced around Frankfurt. Around the historic area of Sachsenhausen, in the Old Town, there's a wide choice of apple cider taverns lining up the cobbled streets, where you can sample this delicious and locally made drink. Prost!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Frankfurt am Main
Considering the average price of £143.94 per night, Frankfurt am Main lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Germany.
Those who want to save as much as possible should visit Frankfurt am Main in November, December, and January which are the months that offer the best prices, with average prices of £118, £125.98, and £127.97 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Frankfurt am Main was July, with an average price of £164.65 per night. This was followed by April, with an average of £155.03, and February, with £153.96.
So you don't run out of accommodation options in Frankfurt am Main, it is necessary to be proactive, as 64% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in Frankfurt am Main are April (the average amount of properties that are free reached 55.5% of the total in 2020), May (47.4%), and June (45.25%).
The months with the lowest properties available in Frankfurt am Main are, in order, January, March and August, with respective average availability figures of 8%, 21.75%, and 28.4%, based on data collected in 2020.
In Frankfurt am Main we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 110 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 9 local and international partners.