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Flights to Frankfurt (FRA)

A flight to Frankfurt won't leave you at a loss for vacation activities. Visit this city for culture, commerce, and cuisine.

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You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, teenagers, children, and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Frankfurt

Frankfurt, Bankfurt, Mainhattan, the "smallest metropolis in the world"—call it what you will, Frankfurt am Main is a German city with a difference. It’s the financial capital of continental Europe and Germany’s transportation center (boasting the country’s biggest and busiest airport), endowed with a skyline spiked with skyscrapers and host to some of Europe’s biggest trade fares.

But for all its muscular economic clout, Frankfurt has a sensitive side; it is a city full of museums, artistic innovation, and great music. Cultural highlights include the Museumsufer, a collection of 11 museums lined up on either side of the Main River. The Frankfurt Opera House, meanwhile, has been named Opera House of the Year on three separate occasions.

It is also a city with great theater (check out the English Theatre and International Theatre) and dance (Tiger Palace Variety Theatre), an impressive zoo, and the Römer. Of course, much of the joy of this city can be found by simply strolling around its streets and taking in the juxtaposition of older buildings with the city’s gleaming skyscrapers.

Frankfurt has a fantastic restaurant scene, too. This isn’t so much to do with the moneyed bankers who fill the tables of the city’s top restaurants as with the local chefs who are taking the German dining scene by storm. The city glitters with Michelin stars—Sra Bua by Juan Amador, Villa Merton, Tiger-Gourmet restaurant, Carmelo Greco, Ernos Bistro, Français, Lafleur, and Weinsinn each has a Michelin star to its name.

However, you needn’t spend a fortune to eat well in Frankfurt; there are abundant appetizing options at affordable prices. And since Frankfurt boasts an exceptionally diverse population, with inhabitants hailing from all across Europe, there’s something to suit every palate. (There’s even a smattering of "beachside" establishments, such as Maincafé and Frankfurt institution King Kamehameha Beach.)

Flights to Frankfurt are bound to leave a lasting impression on you; you’ll be just as taken with the soaring skyscrapers as you will with the city’s quaint medieval center. Frankfurt offers an invaluable insight into Germany’s past and its future, making it one of the most exciting destinations in Germany, if not Europe.

What to do in Frankfurt

See the Römer

The Römer family originally owned this medieval building, which is one of Frankfurt’s most recognizable landmarks. The family sold it to the city in 1405, whereupon it became Frankfurt’s rathaus (city hall).

Römerberg 27
60311
+49 69 2123 8800

Peruse the Städel Museum

Frankfurt banker and businessman Johann Friedrich Städel founded this museum in 1815. Today, it houses some of the most important works of European art from the past 700 years, including 3,000 paintings, 600 sculptures, 4,000 photographs, and more than 100,000 drawings and prints.

Schaumainkai 63
60596
+49 69 605 0980

Spend a day at Frankfurt Zoo

Frankfurt Zoo is recognized as one of the most important in Europe, not just because of its exotic inhabitants, but also for the conservation work it carries out each year. The facility itself is an oasis of lush green in the middle of the city, and visitors get to see animals as varied as wolves, tigers, lions, giraffes, penguins, snakes, and crocodiles. Sunday is piranha-feeding day.

Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316
+49 69 2123 3735

Where to eat in Frankfurt

Tigerpalast Restaurant (International)

Andreas Krolik’s Michelin-starred restaurant is the talk of the town. Set in a theater, it’s the perfect place for a pre-show meal of astounding quality. You’ll be spoiled for choice: there’s a vegetarian/vegan menu, a regular menu, and an a la carte menu, and the helpful staff are happy for you to mix and match dishes from each.

Heiligkreuzgasse 20
60313
+49 69 920 0220

The Ivory Club (Steakhouse)

With its low lighting and dark wood paneling, the Ivory Club is a throwback to the gentlemen’s clubs of yore (although, happily, ladies are very much welcome here today). The steaks are excellent, as is the seafood.

Taunusanlage 15
Guiolletstrasse
60325
+49 69 7706 7767
(German-language website)

Restaurant Medici (Mediterranean)

Brothers Christos and Stamatios Simiakos serve up modern Mediterranean fare at this centrally located restaurant. Prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is always buzzing, especially in the summer months, when you can dine on the sizeable outdoor terrace.

Weißadlergasse 2
60311
+49 69 2199 0794

Places to stay in Frankfurt

Villa Kennedy

This Rocco Forte property is set in a mansion built in 1904. Old World design features (think turrets and mahogany staircases) are juxtaposed with modern elements such as metal chandeliers. All in all, it's a unique hotel experience.

Kennedyallee 70
60596
+49 69 717 120

The Pure

Pure by name, pure by nature—the interior design of this hotel is best described as white minimalist. The Pure is an award-winning Design Hotel member and one of the most fun and startlingly original hotels in the city.

Niddastraße 86
60329
+49 69 710 4570

Gerbermuehle

Set in one of the nicest locations in Frankfurt, this excellent hotel by the Main River boasts beautifully designed rooms, a fantastic outdoor garden, a great restaurant, and helpful staff.

Gerbermühlstraße 105
60594
+49 69 689 7779

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