Frankfurt is the most international and cosmopolitan city in Germany. Take one of the many walking or boat tours available and witness the diversity in architecture and style, and visit the home of famous writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Art lovers will find over a dozen museums spanning the riverbank, each dedicated to a specific area of German and world culture. If you visit during the famous ‘Night of the Museums’ festival the buildings open after dark to the public. For a touch of nature in the city, the beautiful Palm Gardens hosts a fascinating variety of plant life, and the Frankfurt Zoological Gardens are home to wild exotic animals. Alternatively, spend you days in the vibrant shopping area and catch a concert at the famous Old Opera House.
When to visit Frankfurt
There really are no restrictions here. The city has a packed calendar all year round, though April to September is peak season. The Jazz Festival in March is great if you are a music buff, and the traditional markets and spectacular lights make a lovely atmosphere at Christmas, where you can sample German sausage and mulled wine. Frankfurt apartments are available from HouseTrip so you can enjoy the city in comfort at a fraction of the price of the city hotels.
Getting to and around Frankfurt
Frankfurt Airport is vast with regular international flights. Buses or taxis serve to the city centre, and the train station has trains that run to Frankfurt and other German cities. You can also get to Frankfurt by train from other countries in Europe. We offer well maintained apartments in Frankfurt in central locations, providing an ideal base for exploring this diverse city on the river.
Where to stay in Frankfurt
We pride ourselves on our user friendly service and the quality of the properties that we offer. Each Frankfurt apartment is looked after by a local host, who can prove a great source of knowledge, directing you to the hidden gems off the well beaten tourist track. So if you want a true German experience in this beautiful city, then our stays are great for you.