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As the business and financial centre of Germany, you can be sure that there are plenty of cheap flights to Frankfurt to accommodate the many business travellers. The city's skyline is something out of a futuristic sci-fi film and Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is huge. Frankfurt/Hahn (HHN) is a regional airport which is mainly used by low cost airlines.
Since Frankfurt is a business destination, flights are generally cheaper on weekends, the same goes with hotels. Frankfurt is the largest traffic hub in Germany which means that you can find cheap flights practically any time, even last minute. Avoid holidays in Frankfurt during its biggest trade fairs. Hotel prices and flights sky rocket!
Direct flights to Frankfurt take 1 hour 20 minutes from London.
Frankfurt's population is widely diverse. 35% of the city is immigrants, making it the most international city in Germany. Alongside this, you can be sure to discover a host of arts, museums, theatres and culinary pleasures from all over the world.
Old Town: The old city of Frankfurt is called Römerberg. The Eiserner Steg stretching across the river is the most well-known bridge in the city, built in 1869. Cross it from Römerberg to Sachsenhausen to get great views of the skyline, particularly at night with your Frankfurt car hire.
Museums: It's no use booking flights to Frankfurt if you don't plan to visit any of this city's impressive museums! Everything from German film, architecture, applied arts to communication is covered in the city's museums.
Stadtwald: As for things to do, when the weather is nice everyone heads to the riverside or Stadtwald, the city forest. It's a huge park, the biggest inner-city forest in Germany.
Find more information on Frankfurt Tourism.
There are plenty of hotels in Frankfurt but they easily book up (at high prices) during major trade fairs where even modest rooms at budget hotels in Frankfurt can jump to over €300/night. If you're staying longer than a couple of nights, consider asking for a discount or corporate rate.