Frankfurt often makes the list of top cities in the world to live and conduct business. It is also full of tourist attractions and sights, with a charming old quarter of narrow streets flanked by timbered houses that open onto picturesque cobbled squares. Birthplace to one of Germany's most influential writers, Goethe, Frankfurt also features some of Germany's best museums and contemporary art galleries. Its skyline is characterised by striking Gothic and Neoclassical architecture juxtaposed with modern high-rise buildings. The city also hosts a wide range of important events such as the Frankfurt Book Fair. Venture out of the city to the adjacent Rhine Valley for magical castles, boat cruises and delectable wine tastings. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Frankfurt!
If you take a flight to Frankfurt for a city break, you will experience both the modern and the historic during your stay. Soak up the atmosphere of the Frankfurt's Old Town (Altstadt) and then visit cutting-edge art galleries and "Manhattan-style" buildings of the financial district. With such an international population, Frankfurt's restaurant scene enables visitors to dip their taste-buds in a diverse array of cuisines.
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Passengers travelling from Manchester to Frankfurt may land at Frankfurt Airport or Hahn Airport. Frankfurt Airport is the largest airport in Germany and third biggest in Europe, with 98 airlines serving 250 destinations. Hahn Airport is about 75 miles to the west of the city centre and primarily served by low-cost airlines.
Frankfurt Airport is about seven miles to the southwest of the city centre.
A connection between the airport and Frankfurt city centre is provided by the A3, A67 and A5 motorways. Taxis are available at both terminals, which are linked by a SkyLine train. Visitors travelling by train can catch the S-Bahn lines S8 and S9 from Terminal 1 and alight at either Frankfurt Hauptwache or Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof.
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is about 75 miles from Frankfurt city centre, between Hahn and Lautzenhausen in Rhineland-Palatinate.
Buses run throughout the day to Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (main station). By car, you can access via the A60 and B50 motorways.