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Frankfurt, the largest financial centre in Europe

Frankfurt, the largest financial centre in Europe

Captivating contrasts await you in Frankfurt, the home of Goethe and Apple Wine. The Museum Embankment at the Main River is unique for the German cultural scenery.

About Germany

A look at the city´s silhouette reveals what most people already know: Frankfurt am Main exudes cosmopolitan flair and style. The impressive skyline, characterised by the unmistakable Messeturm Tower has become the city’s symbol. Over 300 financial institutions from around the world make the 1,200-year-old trade and commerce city one of Europe´s foremost finance centres. But not everything revolves around money. Frankfurt has in fact managed to retain much of its charm, serenity and old-town flair. Historical buildings, a renowned museum landscape, superb exhibition venues and countless sightseeing attractions, combined with numerous cultural highlights, international sporting events, superb nightlife locations and excellent shopping opportunities, ensure that you will not suffer even a minute of boredom.

Try typical Frankfurt specialities, such as Handkäs mit Musik (small pickled cheeses served in an onion vinaigrette), loin ribs with the traditional Green Sauce, made from seven different herbs.

In Frankfurt you will find large department stores, retail chains, specialist shops and designer boutiques. Most major international brand names are represented on the Zeil – Frankfurt’s popular and famous pedestrian promenade and Germany’s most profitable shopping street.

Frankfurt Tourismus and Congress
Römerberg 27, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: +49 (0)69 212 38800

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Frankfurt can be found.

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Which stations does the german ice train from frankfurt stop at? [b]We are wanting to travel from Frankfurt to Essen then to Munich and back to Frankfurt over 3 weeks is the ICE train the way to go and if so what rail pass is required for this or another train service you recommend?[/b] [b]Thank you. (...)

Ann R. | 28 de setiembre de 2016 answered | 0 Comments
Night trains Hi, if I purchase a rail global pass and I wish to take the night train with a sleeper from Amsterdam to Prague do I get a discount for this? if so what is the discount? thank you

Lucy C. | 26 de xunetu de 2016 answered | 2 Comments
Booking help from odense to frankfurt on 31 aug using rail pass I am finding the website very difficult. When I make choice and it says go to cart, with cost. How does the rail pass apply

Grahame S. | 5 de xunetu de 2016 answered | 4 Comments

Joy F. | 21 de xunu de 2016 answered | 2 Comments
What ticket do i need? Traveling from Frankfurt to Luxemborg to Brussels to Paris then to London.

carolyn m. | 20 de mayu de 2016 answered | 2 Comments

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  • four stars |
    "very clean and fast "

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    it was ok |
    "not too bad "

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    very Comfortable Journey |
    "We really enjoyed our journey on the high speed train from Paris to Frankfurt. The trip was smooth and the seats comfortable. I would have no hesitation in recommending transport of this kind to relatives and friends. "

  • Euro trip |
    "Ice trains are more comfortable "

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    Fabulous trip |
    "Carefree travel without the hassle of airports.Safe, efficient and comfortable. And on time! "

  • Frandkfurt to Zurich transfer |
    "Train was on time, comfortable, convenient "

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    Back home to France! |
    "We love train travel in Europe. We arrived from Australia via a cruise to Vancouver the a flight to Frankfort from Anchorage, Alaska. After a nights sleep we boarded an ICE train from Frankfurt. First class travel on a train to Paris then on to Bellac - a delight. Thanks "

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    travel with ease |
    "It was amazing to see country side and get away from the crowded tourist areas, no fuss over luggage, easy access to transport in the heart of capital cities. comfortable sitting, fast and no metal detectors and dealing with airport security. "

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    Geneva to Frankfurt |
    "Very comfortable coaches, smooth ride, on time, helpful staff with a smile. "

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    Eurail 4 country pass |
    "All went off well with no major problems. The pass was recognised everywhere with no difficulty. We had a few problems with luggage especially on NS double decker trains which have almost no provision for large bags. It would be nice if the pass were accepted by Thalys but at least there is now a through ordinary train from Brussels to Amsterdam. We were disappointed not to be allowed entry to the 1st class lounge at Frankfurt Hbf; we were allowed entry at Schiphol airport which was very good after a long flight. I sent the report to Eurail as requested but have never received the promise "small gift". "

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