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Frankfurt Airport Shuttle Service
To get around Frankfurt the best option is to take the UBahn the tram and bus system that runs above and below ground. The SBahn takes you to the suburbs. You have to have a ticket to get on; tickets are purchased from the ticket machine. The machines speak in German and English. You’ll need to press your destination in for each ticket you purchase. For a single trip into the city expect to pay $2.99 USD €2.36 EURO . If you don’t want to be on the bus, there are taxis all around the city, but fares tend to be expensive. Human powered bike taxis tend to cost less, and you can find them all around tourist destinations; they carry one or two passengers. If you want to rent a car it may prove to be difficult during the weekends. Parking will be limited which will mean you’ll need to use a parking garage. Typically parking garages will charge you $1.25 USD €1 EURO per hour or $10 USD €8 EURO per day. Taking a bike is also an option but finding a bike rental location may prove difficult.

Hotels near FRA
In Frankfurt has a host of hostels, cheap hotels and luxury style hotels. Make sure you plan well in advance because during major festivals and fairs hotel rates can get extremely high. At a hostel prepare to pay $25 USD €20 EURO for a single dorm. Some hostels have WiFi, free breakfast or dinner, and laundry facilities. There are a large number of international chain hotels like the Radisso, Sheraton, and the Westin. They can be a little on the high side costing $165 USD €130 EURO per night.

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Frankfurt International Airport (FRA)
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Frankfurt is the 5th largest city in Germany and apart of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region and the Frankfurt Airport is among the most traveled international airports in the world.
About Frankfurt Airport
Flughafen Frankfurt Airport abbreviated FRA is located in the fifth largest city in Germany, Frankfurt. The airport handles about 65 million passengers each year. FRA is ranked the 3rd busiest airport that is located in Europe and the 12th worldwide. Frankfurt itself is considered the largest financial sector in Europe. Frankfurt has an oceanic climate; with warm summers and moderate winter weather. Frankfurt is divided into 188 city boroughs that are apart of 46 city districts.

Frankfurt Restaurants
There are various restaurants all over Franfurt, one particular area to concentrate your search for great cuisine is the “munching alley” – Fressgass, located on Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse Street. If you’re looking to splurge expect to pay $38 USD (€30 EURO) to $63 USD (€50 EURO) try restaurants like: Surf-n-Turf Steakhouse, Orgeo’s ERben, Aquapazza, Nizza, and Taj Mahal.

Things to do in Frankfurt
There are museums in Frankfurt, if you go on Mondays they are closed an some public holidays. The museum district called Museumsufer, has a ticket that gives you admission to all museums for 2 consecutive days. Expect to pay $35.48 USD (€28 EURO) for a family pack (2 adults and 2 children). There are a ton of things to do in Frankfurt here is just a few:

Palmegarten – Palm Garden
The market in Bornheim
AlfredBrehm-Platz Zoo

There are many places to see when you are in Frankfurt. Some noticeable landmarks are the The Goethe Tower which is 43-metre high and is made out of wood from top to bottom. Sachsenhausen is an area near the riverbank which has an amazing 10 museums to visit such as the Deutsches Architekturmuseum which is a Architecture Museum of German structures.

If you are looking for performing arts you can drop by the Oper Frankfurt which is among the most famous opera houses in all of Europe. For those wanting simple family entertainment there are events such as the Museumsuferfest, Waldchestag and the Luminale also known as the festival of light which is held every 2 years which the buildings are illuminated attracting over 100,000 visitors.

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