Frankfurt Tour Package, Frankfurt Tour Package GermanyFrankfurt Tour Package, Frankfurt Tour Package Germany
  Toll Free Numbers - UK +44- 2080999171, US +1- 3474688595, India 1800-11-5757
Home Tsitours Europe Tsitours Germany TsitoursFrankfurt


Germany Cities
Germany Tours
Frankfurt is a city with two faces where on the one hand it is the financial capital of Germany and on the other it is a civilized place which invests more per year on the arts than any other city in Europe. Besides this, Frankfurt is a high spirited and international city with various things to do, throughout the day.

In fact, Frankfurt is a growing cultural centre for the whole of Hesse, with a good selection of theatres and galleries, and an even better range of museums, amongst them some are known for their architecture.

Over half of the city, including almost all of the centre, was devastated during world war II and the re-builders opted for innovation rather than for restoration. The result is a skyline that speaks more of Chicago than of Germany.

It is a charismatic European metropolitan city and a point where many cultures, languages and lifestyles blend with each other. The city is spread out on the banks of the Main river, the biggest part of town lies on the north bank.

Fact File
Country : Germany
Population : 650,486
Languages: German, English

Climate : In Frankfurt, summers are characterized as hot and humid while spring days are cool and pleasant. However, there is no specific rainy season in Germany, and one can expect drizzles in the summer and spring months. The best time to go to Frankfurt is from May to October, when the weather is more predictable and temperatures range between 10 degrees to 23 degrees Celsius. Those are the tourist months though, and most places are crowded. Winters are often bitter and cold beginning in November until February when snow can be expected and temperatures may drop below zero degree celcius.
Fair TowerOfficial Currency : Euro; 1 Euro = 52.443 Indian Rupee = 1.2047 US $ = 0.678141 GBP(subject to change)
Location : The city of Frankfurt is located in the central part of the country.

Getting There
By Air : ‘Flughafen Frankfurt am Main’ is Europe's biggest and busiest airport after London Heathrow airport. This international hub contains two terminals which are connected via rail link called Sky Line. The Sky Line transports passengers to either terminal in 3 minutes tops. The quickest and cheapest way to get to the city center is by hopping on a train - the journey time is cut to 10 minutes. The airport train station is a short walk from the arrival area in Terminal 1. Hotel shuttles and car rentals are also available.
By Train :
Finding way to the Regional Railway Station (level 01):
Follow the signs marked "Regionalbahnhof" indicating the correct route from the departure/arrivals hall in Terminal 1 to platforms 1-3 on level 01 (underground railway station), via the escalators. Trains to Frankfurt depart from platform 1. From Terminal 2, take the Sky Line to departure hall B in Terminal 1 and then follow the route described above, via the escalators.
Finding way to the International Railway Station (level 3):
Follow the signs "Fernbahnhof" which will lead you from halls A and B in Terminal 1, via the Frankfurt Airport Center (FAC) to the International Railway Station (platforms 4-7). Hall C is linked via the Sheraton Hotel. From Terminal 2, take the shuttle bus service (journey time: 10 minutes) to the bus station at Terminal 1. From there, follow the signs which take you past the Frankfurt Airport Centre (FAC) to the International Station. You can also travel on the Sky Line to Terminal 1 and then follow the above directions.

Getting Around
Public transport within Frankfurt is run by the Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt-am-Main – VGF, Kundenzentrum, Kurt-Schumacher-Strasse 10. VGF is run by the larger organisation, the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund –, which also provides excellent public transport information. VGF consists of 7 underground (U-Bahn), 9 tram (Strassenbahn) and over 40 bus lines. These are supplemented by an extensive network of city trains (S-Bahn) operated by Deutsche Bahn.
Besides these taxis, hired cars are also available in the city.

The city of Frankfurt has very good hotels to ensure a comfortable stay for the tourists. Mentioned below is a list of some of the hotels in the city:
5 star hotels in the city:
FrankfurtHotel Paris
Hotel Express by Holiday Inn
4 star hotels in the city:
Hotel Maritim
Hotel Concorde
Hotel Frankfurt Savoy
3 star hotels in the city:
Hotel Ibis Frankfurt
Hotel Friedensbrucke Frankfurt Luxor

Major Tourist attractions
Deutsches Filmmuseum : Presents film art by artists from around the world. ‘Sachsenhausen’ is the nightlife district located on the south bank of the river Main. Local food, beer and music are the favoured fare in this tavern area.

Alte Oper : the old opera house which was destroyed in the war has since been meticulously reconstructed down to the last detail.

Romerberg : This famous Frankfurt Book Fair used to be held in Romerberg,the old market square.

Museum Judengasse : the home’ of the financier Rothschild family’ has been converted into a museum celebrating the holocaust experience in Frankfurt.

Goethe Haus : Germany’s most acclaimed writer lived in this house from birth in 1749 until 1775.

Travel to Switzerland
Berne Switzerland Travel|Lucerne Switzerland Travel|Geneva Switzerland Travel|Zurich Switzerland |Interlaken Switzerland
France|Netherlands|Italy|England|Austria|Spain|Germany|India|Sri Lanka |Nepal|Maldives|Oriental Countries|Switzerland Holidays 

Copyright ©, All Rights Reserved