|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£208|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£185|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£280|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£226|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£122|
Frankfurt am Main, often known simply as Frankfurt, is a historic German city but also one that can boast 14 of Germany's 15 skyscrapers and that holds the title of Europe's largest financial centre. It is therefore a city of contrasts, as well as a global city, a transport hub and the site of Germany's busiest airport.
The best time to visit Frankfurt am Main is during the late spring, summer and early autumn, when the days are longer and warmer. December also makes for colder, but very festive, Frankfurt am Main holidays. Frankfurt airport is connected to the city by bus, train or taxi. Travelling around the city centre whilst there is best done by U-bahn (underground train) or foot. The time zone is GMT +1.
You will be spoilt for choice for things to see and do on your Frankfurt am Main holidays. To start with, there is Frankfurt am Main's Gothic-style cathedral, Saint Bartholomew's, St. Paul's Church (Paulskirche) which was one of the first buildings to be rebuilt after the war in 1945 and the Renaissance Alte Oper (Old Opera) building. The city's stock exchange building, the Börse, is still in use and cannot be entered but the bull and bear statues can be seen outside.
When you have completed your sight seeing and shopping for the day and want to spend an afternoon or evening relaxing, Frankfurt am Main offers plenty of spots to do so. Café Hauptwache sits in the public space from which it takes its name and occupies an old Baroque style building and former 18th-century military residence.The old town section of Sachenhausen, Alt-Sachenhausen, is famed for its cider bars, and makes a very pleasant setting popular with locals and tourists alike.