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Welcome to Frankfurt
Discover a destination that is both cosmopolitan and true to its heritage with cheap flights to Frankfurt with Condor. As one of the world's leading financial centers, Frankfurt isn't just a German city: it's a global city, and as such is one the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities to visit in Europe. This lively metropolis boasts a futuristic skyline with dozens of modern skyscrapers and impressive Classicist museums on the banks of the River Main.
The city is also home to high-end shopping, restaurants, and cultural sights, including over 30 museums, many of which are considered to be internationally prestigious. Yet Frankfurt's modern cityscape doesn't mean the city isn't historic; it is, and dotted throughout the urban landscape are historic buildings which were rebuilt following the near-total destruction of the Old Town during World War II. The residents also reflect the diversity of Frankfurt; exploring the city, you'll find businessmen, students, artists, families, and of course other world travelers.
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The city center can be reached via bus, taxi, rental car, or train. The easiest method to reach downtown is by taking the S-Bahn train to Frankfurt Taunusanlage; the trains are both regular and quick - it takes just 14 minutes.
If you're staying outside the city center, consider taking a taxi from outside the terminal. If you're planning to visit other areas of Germany or to see the countryside, consider renting a car.
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Top Attractions in Frankfurt
Named after the nearby Main River, the Main Tower is one of the tallest buildings in Germany and features an observation deck for visitors to enjoy magnificent views of the city. The skyscraper also has a restaurant where travelers can savor their meals on the 53rd floor. You'll be glad you booked a cheap flight to Frankfurt!
This medieval building has been home of the city council for over 600 years, and continues to be so to this day. As it's still an administrative building, so it's not open to visitors. However, you don't need to go inside to be impressed; simply stand underneath the majestic Römer balcony, for example during Christmas time, when one of Germany's most beautiful Christmas markets takes place on the Römer.
The Senckenberg is a natural history museum and one of the best in Frankfurt. The museum features one of the largest dinosaur collections in Europe and a number of excellent displays, including Egyptian mummies and over 2,000 specimens of birds.
Shopping at the Zeil
The Zeil is a pedestrianized shopping center in Frankfurt, home to an abundance of department stores and flagship fashion stores. Nearby you'll also find the rooftop Zeil gallery, an indoor fresh food market, and "Fressgasse", which means "Munching Street" and features the best food Germany has to offer.
The oldest surviving building from the era, the Eschenheim Tower was originally constructed in 1400 and is located just north of the city center. It's in a busy area and can take even the expectant by surprise, but head inside to the restaurant and enjoy eating in historic surroundings.