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Discover Frankfurt – From Free City to EuroCity.

Where was the famous poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe born? Where were German emperors crowned? Why do Frankfurt’s traditional apple wine glasses carry such a unique pattern? Which is the tallest skyscraper in Europe? Where does the European Central Bank have its headquarters? Frankfurt’s superbly trained and certified tour guides present our wonderful city in a total of 20 languages.

Developed especially for school children between the ages of 6 and 10 our children’s tour provides the oppportunity to learn more about the historical old town centre and the modern metropolis of Frankfurt am Main.

A visit to the Main Tower’s observation platform (height 200 m) makes for a memorable experience. The platform offers its visitors a magnificent view of Frankfurt and the surrounding region

Tour 2
Duration in hours: 3

Sights: This motorised city tour includes the same basic components as Tour 1, with the additional choice of an inside viewing of the Goethe House (max. 30 persons per tour guide) or a viisit of the Historical Museum (models of the old town center) or the Kaisersaal (if accessible) or the Main Tower’s observation platform.

Prices:

German-speaking guide EUR 99,00
Foreign-speaking Guide EUR 109,00
Goethe House per person EUR 2,00

per person (reduced admission) EUR 1,00
Historical Museum (Models of the Old Town Ce

entre) per person EUR 1,00

Kaisersaal im Römer per person EUR 1,50

MAIN TOWER (Observation Platform) per person EUR 4,00

per person (reduced admission) EUR 3,00
Coach hire upon request from EUR 165,00
to EUR 300,00

All prices include 16 % V.A.T.!!

Daily motorised city tours in 8 languages
for individuals and small groups

Arabic, Chinese, German, English, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish

Sights: Comprehensive motorised city tour inclusive visit of the Römerberg (old town centre) and the Goethe House. During the summer season, the programme is amended to include a visit of the Main Tower’s spectacular observation platform, from where guests are presented with a fascinating bird’s eye view of Frankfurt. This stop takes the 14:15 h time slot during the tours.

Duration: 2.5 hours

Summer Programme (April – October)
Daily pick-up service at 10 h. and 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 10:15 h. annd 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Winter Programme (November – March)
Daily pick-up service at 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Price per person:
EUR 25,00* Adults
EUR 20,00* Students, Senior citizens, Handicapped
EUR 10,00 Children between the ages of 6 and 10

*25% discount for Frankfurt Card holders!

This tours can only take place with three or more full paying participants

Daily motorised city tours in 8 languages
for individuals and sm

mall groups

Arabic, Chinese, German, English, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish

Sights: Comprehensive motorised city tour inclusive visit of the Römerberg (old town centre) and the Goethe House. During the summer season, the programme is amended to include a visit of the Main Tower’s spectacular observation platform, from where guests are presented with a fascinating bird’s eye view of Frankfurt. This stop takes the 14:15 h time slot during the tours.

Duration: 2.5 hours

Summer Programme (April – October)
Daily pick-up service at 10 h. and 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 10:15 h. and 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Winter Programme (November – March)
Daily pick-up service at 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Price per person:
EUR 25,00* Adults
EUR 20,00* Students, Senior citizens, Handicapped
EUR 10,00 Children between the ages of 6 and 10

*25% discount for Frankfurt Card holders!

This tours can only take place with three or more full paying participants

Today´s cathedral is a Gothic and neo-Gothic nave with a transept and tower. The present-day Frankfurt Cathedral was originally a Carolingian chapel. Although called a cathedral since the 18th century, it never was an episcopal church in the true sense.

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From mediaeval times onwards, the cathedral served as the seat of the imperial monastery, becoming the electoral site for German kings in the 12th century. Further, it was Frankfurt´s only parish church from 1239 until the construction of old St Peter´s Church in 1419. With the relocation of the coronation ceremonies for Holy Roman kings from Aachen to Frankfurt in 1562, the monastery received the honorary title of “cathedral”, which has remained to this day. The vested right of coronation lay with the City of Aachen – with the Archbishop of Cologne, to be precise – while the Archbishop of Mainz oversaw the election of the monarch. Frankfurt, belonged to the dominion of Mainz, which is why the archbishop appointed himself provost of Frankfurt, authorising him to perform coronation ceremonies as well. Thus, Bartholomew Monastery was designated “second episcopal church”.

On 14 August 1867, just one day before the visit of the Prussian king, Wilhelm I, a fire ravaged much of the cathedral. Flying sparks had caused the cathedral´s roof to catch fire, completely destroying it as well as the tower. The interior was severely damaged. Soon thereafter, the cathedral was comprehensively reconstructed in neo-Gothic style under the supervision of Franz Josef Denzinger. Air raids at the en

nd of Second World War once again badly damaged the roof of the cathedral; the vault of the southern transept and parts of the cloister were completely destroyed. Reconstruction work lasted from 1950 to 1953, the interior was repainted in discreet white. During the last restoration phase from 1991 to 1994, the walls and columns were painted brick-red. The white stone blocks were repainted according to the mediaeval originals. The renovators tried their best to render the interior as close to the Gothic original as possible. Still existing colour schemes on vaults and stone sculptures were cleansed and repainted.

Opening hours:
Mon. – Thu. and Sat. 9:00 – 12:00 h and 14:30 – 18:00 h (during winter until 17:00 h)
Fri. and Sun. only during afternoons.

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme
Tanusanlage 12
60329 Frankfurt am Main

Stop S1 – 6, S 8 / 9 Taunusanlage

Allegedly the twin towers of the Deutsche Bank headquarters are called “Credit and Debit” by locals, these faceted glass towers are different colours depending on viewing angle. From above, they reflect the ground, appearing black and from the ground, they reflect the blue sky. The towers have a common podium base.

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme
Tanusanlage 12
60329 Frankfurt am Main

Stop S1 – 6, S 8 / 9 Taunusanlage

Allegedly the twin towers of the Deutsche Bank headquarters are called “Credit and Debit” by locals, these faceted glass towers are different colours depending on viewing angle. From above, they reflect the ground, appearing black and from the ground, they reflect the blue sky. The towers have a common podium base.

Especially for Visitors

It is hard to imagine that the historical Kaiserdom imperial cathedral was the highest building in the city as late as the 1950s. Today, the famous skyline can be seen from very far away. And right in the middle, where the banking quarter meets the city center: the MAIN TOWER.

If you take a somewhat closer look at Frankfurt, you soon discover that Germany’s leading financial center has a great deal more to offer than just stock markets and banks. And not everything at the MAIN TOWER revolves around international finance either! With its cultural highlights and first-class cuisine, exciting insights and constantly fascinating panoramas, the MAIN TOWER is not just a special skyscraper, it has also become a true symbol of Frankfurt.
Welcome

Welcome to Frankfurt! We would like to invite you to take a closer look at Frankfurt, the metropolis, where the world obviously feels at home. Frankfurt is the centre of one of the most productive and dynamic regions in Europe. As continental Europe’s largest financial centre, home of the European Central Bank and to the headquarters of many companies, the international importance of Frankfurt continues to grow. Frankfurt is a dynamic European metropolis, a global village, a melting pot of cultures, languages and lifestyles. The imposing skyline is what newcomers remember most. But behind those glass facades the atmosphere is surprisingly relaxed.
Nice to meet you in Germany’s most international city: open-minded, tolerant and diverse.
Welcome to Frankfurt!
Sightseeing

View over the river Main to the cathedral

Frankfurt’s high-rise buildings conjure up images of Manhattan, leading some locals to refer to the city as “Mainhattan”.

On warm summer evenings people converge on the banks of the river Main to enjoy a cool beer in the delightful outdoor setting of a beer garden or a glass of apple wine in one of the city’s many taverns.

The Städel Museum

Frankfurt’s cultural life is known for its diversity. There are renowned museums with exhibitions from all fields and epochs. Contemporary art is presented in more than 100 galleries. International stars of the theatre and musical world perform here regularly. The Old Opera, the Städel Museum, the Schirn Museum and the “Museumsufer”, the museum embankment along the river Main, are internationally recognized.

frankfurt is a city of contrasts, a city of variety. Let’s take time to discover it. Frankfurt has its own congenial way of life, which Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Frankfurt’s most famous son, summed up so well: “Here I am human, here I can be myself.”
Frankfurt is a city of trade fair, a financial centre, a transportation hub, a major European metropolis, but also a city of intellect, of apple wine, of small-town friendliness, green spaces and 180 nationalities.

Transportas
Yet despite Frankfurt’s diversity it is still easy to keep an overview of the metropolis. The distances one needs to cover to visit colleagues or friends in the city are comparatively short, while its excellent infrastructure enables visitors and residents alike to reach even remote destinations quickly and conveniently.
Frankfurt is a city you have just got to get to know!

Getting round in Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main area is easy and convenient, thanks to a modern, efficient and well-run public transportation system.
You can use streetcars (‘trams’), buses, underground and surface rapid transit trains.The fastest way of travelling within the city of Frankfurt is the “U-Bahn”, the underground train. There are several lines covering a large part of the city, particularly the central, northern and eastern areas

The S-Bahn or Schnellbahn (fast-train) services many of the districts not covered by the U-Bahn. It also serves many outlying areas, including the Taunus mountains and other cities within the region such as Wiesbaden, Mainz, Offenbach, Hanau and Darmstadt. The local bus system completes the public transport network with frequent stops ensuring that you are delivered close to you final destination.

here are many reasons for visiting Frankfurt. You will find that there are numerous options when organising your stay. The world is welcome in Frankfurt.

We would like to help you in finding the kind of hotel just right for you. From an unassuming guesthouse to a suite in a luxury hotel – everyone is sure to find something to suit his or her taste and wallet. An easy booking system assists us in comforting your visit.
Going out
Old Opera

You will want for nothing in Frankfurt.
A broad spectrum of cultural institutions, including such internationally acclaimed establishments as the Radio Symphony Orchestra of the Hessischer Rundfunk and the Museum Society attract guests and guest performers from all over the world.

With 36 museums, innumerable galleries, theatres and nightclubs, Frankfurt stands tall on the German cultural skyline. From comprehensive art collections to special interest exhibitions on the popular Museum Embankment – the artistic institutions of the city have something to offer for everyone.

Frankfurt’s opera performances and Museum Concerts are led by the world-famous conductor Paolo Carignani. International stars from the world of classical cabaret appear at the “Tigerpalast” (Tiger Palace), whilst the “Festhalle” (Festival Hall) hosts the superstars of rock and pop.

Frankfurt is an exciting and multi-cultural city. People from over 180 different countries live here. Due to this international atmosphere you will find two English, one French, a Russian, a Japanese and an Italian theatre in addition to the municipal opera and theatre venues.
Triathlon event “Ironman Germany”

The range of dining to be found in Frankfurt pays further tribute to the internationality of the city. From hearty, down-to-earth cooking through to gourmet temples, not to mention the exquisite Lebanese, Italian or Japanese restaurants, you will appreciate the good dining as well as the fun and entertainment offered in the bars and nightclubs.

Frankfurt also plays host to numerous high profile sporting events, such as the traditional and internationally renowned cycling event “Around the Henninger Turm”, and the triathlon event “Ironman Germany”.

VIesbuciai

1.*
this little *Bed & Breakfast Hotel Djaran – simple, inexpensive and homely – is located near Offenbach’s main train station.
Important Information
Location:

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Address: Bismarckstr. 147
Rooms: 21
Accepted Creditcards:
Cancelation Policy: Cancellations out of fair times are free of charge till 12:00 hours on arrival day, for fair times – 60 days prior to arrival. For arrivals after 18:00 hours and for reservations during fair times a credit card number with expiry date is needed to guarantee a booking. After the named terms and by no-show following fee will be charged: out of fair times 95% for the first night and in fair times 80% of the price for the whole reservation period.
check-in: 14:00
check-out: 12:00

hair-dryer, cable TV, mini-refrigerator, partly with shower

Facilities: Heating, Shower, TV, Refridgerator, Working desk
Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 65 – 125
Book Now! Double Room
Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 75 – 145
Book Now! Triple Room
hair-dryer, cable TV, mini-refrigerator, partly with shower

Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge
Price: EUR 65 – 175

Services / Facilities / Amenities
General
24 hour Front Desk , Continental Breakfast, Heating, Non Smoking Rooms, Parking

Location
City Center , Near Airport, Near Exibitioncentre, Near subway, Near train-station

Hotel information

Room information
All rooms are equipped with cable TV and mini refrigerator. Some rooms have shared facilities on the floor, hair dryer.
Food & Beverage

Area information
Located in the city centre. For information about wellness and leisure activities ask the reception.

Travel information
The Hotel located opposite to main station Offenbach am Main.
10 minutes by car from the A 661, exit Offenbach Kaiserlei. Good train connections to Frankfurt.

Distances:

Frankfurt Fair 12 km *
Offenbach rail station 0,03 km *
Frankfurt Main airport 12 km *
Offenbach city centre 0,5 km

Cancellation
Cancellations out of fair times are free of charge till 12:00 hours on arrival day, for fair times – 60 days prior to arrival. For arrivals after 18:00 hours and for reservations during fair times a credit card number with expiry date is needed to guarantee a booking. After the named terms and by no-show following fee will be charged: out of fair times 95% for the first night and in fair times 80% of the price for the whole reservation period.

Child policy
children under and including age 10 can stay for free in room of parents.

2.**
Hotel Jaguar is located in the centre of Frankfurt in a quiet side road near the zoo.
It couldn´t be placed more conveniently. There is a good and direct connection to the hotel, if you arrive by car or by public transportation. The airport, the fair and other destinations are within easy reach. Underground and tram stop by the hotel (just 2 min away).
We offer 30 rooms that are all equipped with shower/toilet, tv and safe. Some of those even have a kitchenette.

Important Information
Location:

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Address: Theobald Christ Str.19 [ show map ]
Rooms: 28
Accepted Creditcards:
Cancelation Policy: Reservations for more then 5 nights during fairperiods can only be cancelled in exchange for a fee. Cancellations and no show are charged with 80 % of the total cost. Reservations during regular periods can be cancelled for free until 24 hours before the date of arrival.
check-in: 08:00
check-out: 12:00

Rooms
Book Now! Single Room
Facilities: Bathroom, Guest toilet, Heating, Mini-bar, Safe Deposit Box, Satelite TV, Shower, Toilet, TV, Internet facilities, Kitchenette, Wake Up Service/Alarm-clock, Working desk

Rate per room per night, Including continental breakfast, Including service charge, Including VAT, Including electricity and water charges

Price: EUR 35 – 150
Book Now! Twin bed Room

Price: EUR 64 – 200
Book Now! Double Room

Rate per room per night, Including breakfast, Including service charge, Including VAT, Including electricity and water charges

Price: EUR 55 – 180
Book Now! Tripleroom

Rate per room per night, Including continental breakfast, Including service charge, Including VAT, Including electricity and water charges

Price: EUR 80 – 80

Services / Facilities / Amenities
General
24 hour Front Desk , Continental Breakfast, Elevator, Family Rooms, Heating, Non Smoking Rooms, Parking, Pets allowed, Safe deposit box, Soundproof-rooms

Services
Internet services , Ironing Service, Laundry, Room-service, Wireless Lan

Location
City Center , Near Airport, Near Exibitioncentre, Near Highway, Near subway, Near train-station, Park, Shopping Center

Hotel information
5 floors
Non-smoking rooms available
Pets allowed (EUR 10 surcharge)
Parking space in underground garage available on surcharge
Wireless internet access (WLAN)
NOTE: American Express cards are NOT accepted!!
Area information
Tourist sights:
Zoo (50 m)
Jewish-Museum (1 km)
Townhall-Römer (2 km)
Fair-Congresscentre (3 km)
Zeil (0.5 km)
Opera (2 km)
Berger Strasse (0,5 km)
Palmgarden (3 km)
Goethe-House (2 km)
Sachsenhausen (1,5Km)

Travel information
In order to make your arrival as convenient as possible please follow the instructions.
child policy
Child up to 6 years free of charge

3.***
Set in a convenient central location, the hotel is within easy reach of the business world in this major banking and shopping city, home of international banks, but also trendy shops, Designer stores and boutiques. All sights are within walking distance. Restaurants, Grand-Cafés, nightclubs, pubs and the traditional taverns of the Old Sachsenhausen district. The central station is 300 meters away, where all public tranport meets. Parkingspace and parkinghouses are sufficiantly available.

Important Information
Location:
Address: Moselstrasse 12 [ show map ]
Rooms: 94
Accepted Creditcards:
Cancelation Policy: before 18.00 hours date of arrival. In time of traid fairs, the cancellation must be at least 6 weeks before the date of arrival.
check-in: 15:00
check-out: 11:00

Rooms
Book Now! Standard Single Room
In times of trade fairs, the bookings are only accepted, with a valid credit card.
Facilities: Bath, Mini-bar, Shower, Telephone, Toilet, TV
Rate per room per night, Including buffet breakfast, Including taxes, Including service charge
Price: EUR 60 – 65
Book Now! Standard Double Room
In times of trade fairs, the bookings are only accepted, with a valid credit card.
Facilities: Bath, Mini-bar, Shower, Telephone, Toilet, TV
Rate per room per night, Including buffet breakfast, Including taxes, Including service charge
Price: EUR 60 – 65
Book Now! Stay 3 nights – pay for 2: Single Room
Including buffet breakfast, Including taxes, Excluding taxes, Including VAT, Rate per package per night
Price: EUR 28 – 28
Book Now! Stay 3 nights – pay for 2: Double Room
Including buffet breakfast, Including taxes, Excluding taxes, Including VAT, Rate per package per night

Price: EUR 33.3 – 33.3
Book Now! Stay 2 Nights, get 20% discount – Single Room

Including breakfast, Including taxes, Excluding taxes, Including VAT, Rate per package per night

Price: EUR 33.6 – 33.6
Book Now! Stay 2 nights, get 20% discount -Double room
Price: EUR 40 – 40
Location
City Center

More information
Quick description
Set in a convenient central location, the hotel is within easy reach of the business world in this major banking and shopping city, home of international banks, but also trendy shops, Designer stores and boutiques. All sights are within walking distance. Restaurants, Grand-Cafés, nightclubs, pubs and the traditional taverns of the Old Sachsenhausen district. The central station is 300 meters away, where all public tranport meets. Parkingspace and parkinghouses are sufficiantly available.

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3***
The InterCityHotel Frankfurt is a new, modern hotel in the city center within walking distance to the main railway station, banking area, fair grounds and shopping arcades. Every guest receives a ticket for free use of public transportation, valid for the length of stay at the hotel.

Important Information
Location:

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Address: Poststrasse 8 [ show map ]
Rooms: 384
Accepted Creditcards:
Cancelation Policy: 48 hours before date of arrival, during fairs 10 weeks before arrival. Please see comments for the exact fair periods!
check-in: 15:00
check-out: 12:00

Rooms
Book Now! Standard Single room
Breakfast: EUR 13 per person per day
1 Child up to 12 years old is free of charge in the parent’s room
Facilities: Mini-bar, Safe Deposit Box, Shower, Telephone, Toilet, TV, Internet facilities
Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 49 – 249
Book Now! Standard Double room
Breakfast: EUR 13 per person per day
1 Child up to 12 years old is free of charge in the parent’s room. No extra bed.

Price: EUR 49 – 334

Services / Facilities / Amenities
General
Bar , Garden, Parking, Pets allowed, Restaurant, Terrace

Location
City Center , Near Airport, Near Highway

More information
Quick description
The InterCityHotel Frankfurt is a new, modern hotel in the city center within walking distance to the main railway station, banking area, fair grounds and shopping arcades. Every guest receives a ticket for free use of public transportation, valid for the length of stay at the hotel.
Hotel information
As a special service every guest receives upon check-in a complimentary ticket for all public transportation within the city centre of Frankfurt including Frankfurt Airport, valid for the length of stay at our hotel.
Travel information
No matter where you come from, the fastest route is via the “Autobahn” A5, exit “Westkreuz/Stadtmitte/Messe”, then straight on with direction to the “Hauptbahnhof” (main station).
The Hotel is located directly at the north side of the main station.

Cancellation
48 hours before date of arrival, during fairs 10 weeks before arrival. Please see comments for the exact fair periods!
Child policy
1 Child up to 12 years old is free of charge in the parent’s room

4.****

Located in a predominant position on the banks of the river Main and in the centre of the bank metropolis, the newest Steigenberger Hotel opened in May 2001.

True to the hotel’s motto “Let the good times roll”, you will find a pleasantly casual atmosphere – with a great deal of modern comfort and very personal service!

Relax in the pleasant comfort of the Anglo-American design – and enjoy a breathtaking view over Frankfurt’s skyline on the upper floors.
In the heart of the banking metropolis, on the banks of the river Main and only 600 m away from the Römer (City Hall), the Steigenberger Hotel is located in a very central position with good transport connections.

The Trade Fair and Congress Centre (4 km), as well as the main railway station (3 km) and the airport (13 km) can all be reached quickly from here.

Important Information
Location:
Address: Lange Straße 5-9 [ show map ]
Rooms: 149
Accepted Creditcards:
Cancelation Policy: during standard periods: 24 hours before date of arrival during fairs: 10 weeks before date of arrival
check-in: 15:00
check-out: 12:00

Rooms
Book Now! Single room standard
Breakfast: EUR 16 per person per day.
Cancellation deadline during fairs is 10 weeks prior to arrival

Facilities: Airconditioning, Bath, Mini-bar, Pay-TV, Safe Deposit Box, Shower, Telephone, Toilet, TV, Hair Dryer, Internet facilities, Working desk

Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 68 – 269
Book Now! Double Room standard
Breakfast: EUR 16 per person per day.

Cancellation deadline during fairs is 10 weeks prior to arrival
Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 68 – 296

Services / Facilities / Amenities
General
Bar , Garden, Non Smoking Rooms, Parking, Restaurant, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled

Services
Meeting/Banquet Facilities , Room-service

Location
City Center , Near Airport, Near Highway

More information
Quick description
Located in a predominant position on the banks of the river Main and in the centre of the bank metropolis, the newest Steigenberger Hotel opened in May 2001.

True to the hotel’s motto “Let the good times roll”, you will find a pleasantly casual atmosphere – with a great deal of modern comfort and very personal service!

Relax in the pleasant comfort of the Anglo-American design – and enjoy a breathtaking view over Frankfurt’s skyline on the upper floors.
In the heart of the banking metropolis, on the banks of the river Main and only 600 m away from the Römer (City Hall), the Steigenberger Hotel is located in a very central position with good transport connections.

The Trade Fair and Congress Centre (4 km), as well as the main railway station (3 km) and the airport (13 km) can all be reached quickly from here.
Food & Beverage
breakfast: EUR 16 per person per day
Travel information

By car:
On the motorway from eastern/southern/western directions
Drive on the motorway A 3 until Offenbacher Kreuz, then change to the A 661 towards Offenbach/Bad Homburg. Take the exit Offenbach-Kaiserlei (from here approx. 3 km), continue on the B 43 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte (city centre), cross the bridge “Flößerbrücke”, continue on the road Obermainanlage until the first crossing, take the next two left turns and follow the Lange Straße until the end. You will find the hotel on your right hand side.
On the motorway coming from the north

By plane:
From Frankfurt Rhein/Main Airport (13 km) take the train to Frankfurt main station. From here take the underground numbers 5-7 to the station “Konstablerwache”.
Comments
Please note: cancellation deadline 10 weeks before date of arrival!!
Cancellation
during standard periods: 24 hours before date of arrival
during fairs: 10 weeks before date of arrival
Child policy
Children up to 12 years for free

5.*****

At the Steigenberger Airport Hotel, you can enjoy deluxe comfort close to the airport, as well as good connections to downtown. Right on the edge of the forest but only 900m from Frankfurt Int. Airport, the Hotel gives you the chance to experience the allure of a world airport ‘in close up’. Enjoy our delicious breakfast from the plentiful buffet in our ‘Five Continents’ restaurant or a snack in ‘Con.nex.ion’, our lobby bistro bar. Whatever you desire, you are sure to find something suitable to satisfy your ‘hunger’. For relaxation, we commend our 570 m² fitness and wellness zone, the biggest of its kind at Frankfurt Airport.

Important Information
Location:

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Address: Unterschweinstiege 16 [ show map ]
Rooms: 573
Accepted Creditcards:
Cancelation Policy: The reservation must be cancelled by 12 pm on arrival day. During FAIRTIMES periods reservations must be cancelled 4 weeks prior to arrival. Guaranteed bookings will be held for the first night and in event of non arrival a no-show charge will be charged. CANCELLATION FEE: 80 percent of the confirmed rate for the first night.
check-in: 14:00
check-out: 12:00

Rooms
Book Now! Single Room

Facilities: Airconditioning, Bath, Bathroom, Heating, Mini-bar, Pay-TV, Radio, Safe Deposit Box, Satelite TV, Telephone, Toilet, TV, Hair Dryer, Internet facilities, Wake Up Service/Alarm-clock, Working desk

Rate per room per night, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 120 – 259
Book Now! Double Room

Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 140 – 279
Book Now! Comfort Room
Facilities:

Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Services / Facilities / Amenities
General
24 hour Front Desk , Bar, Continental Breakfast, Elevator, Express checkin/checkout, Heating, Luggage storage, Newspapers, Non Smoking Rooms, Parking, Pets allowed, Restaurant, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled, Safe deposit box, Soundproof-rooms, Terrace

Activities
Biking , Cycling, Fitness Center, Massage, Sauna, Spa & Wellness Centre, Swimming pool, Turkish/steam bath, Walking
Services
Airport Shuttle , Babysitting/Child Services, Bicycle rent, Breakfast in the room, Business Center, Currency exchange, Dry Cleaning, Fax/photo-copy, Internet services, Ironing Service, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Packed Lunches, Room-service, Shoe Shine, Ticket service, Tour desk, Viproom facilities, Wireless Lan
Location
Forest , Near Airport, Near Highway
More information
Quick description
At the Steigenberger Airport Hotel, you can enjoy deluxe comfort close to the airport, as well as good connections to downtown. Right on the edge of the forest but only 900m from Frankfurt Int. Airport, the Hotel gives you the chance to experience the allure of a world airport ‘in close up’. Enjoy our delicious breakfast from the plentiful buffet in our ‘Five Continents’ restaurant or a snack in ‘Con.nex.ion’, our lobby bistro bar. Whatever you desire, you are sure to find something suitable to satisfy your ‘hunger’. For relaxation, we commend our 570 m² fitness and wellness zone, the biggest of its kind at Frankfurt Airport.
Hotel information
The biggest wellness and fitness area (570m²) at the airport Frankfurt invites you. Heated pool, various saunas and showers and different offers for massages invite you to relax at the 9th floor.

Room information
573 rooms and suites (20-130m²)
*comfort category: radio, internet, e-mail via TV, international TV programs via satellite, Pay-TV, telephone with voicemail, individual regulable air condition, mini bar, safe, windows with noise protection, high speed internet connection and hairdryer.
*deluxe category: equipped like comfort rooms with designer bathroom and round shower
*executive category: with comfort, bigger rooms and with trouser press

Food & Beverage
4 Restaurants: the breakfast restaurant “Five Continents”, the traditional “Waldrestaurant Unterschweinstiege” with terrace in summer and regional gastronomic specialities, the trend restaurant “Faces” with bar and the bistro bar “Con.nex.ion” at out lobby which is 24 hours open.

Area information
Only 900m from airport Frankfurt but it is quite located because of the adjacent city forest of Frankfurt; 1,8 km to the ICE-station of the airport, 10 km to the city centre, 12 km to the fair grounds, 85 km to Heidelberg.
Travel information
by car:
from the motorways A3 and A5 direction “Frankfurter Kreuz”, exit “Flughafen”, B43
exit “Untzerschweinstiege/Schwanheim”
follow the signs “Steigenberger Airport Hotel”
by train:
ICE-Station: from the airrail-terminal to the shuttle bus
by plain: 24 hours shuttle-service
*terminal 1: exit A1 & C7
*terminal 2: exit D/E
Cancellation
The reservation must be cancelled by 12 pm on arrival day. During FAIRTIMES periods reservations must be cancelled 4 weeks prior to arrival. Guaranteed bookings will be held for the first night and in event of non arrival a no-show charge will be charged. CANCELLATION FEE: 80 percent of the confirmed rate for the first night

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Airport Transportation

Fares to downtown Frankfurt: Taxi $30; Train $5; Bus; $4. From Rhine-Main Airport the fastest and most economical way to travel to Frankfurt is by the S-Bahn train (Lines S-14 and S-15). The trip to the city takes less than 15 minutes.

U-Bahn, (Subway), Bus & Streetcar
Frankfurt has a similar U-Bahn and S-Bahn subway system to the one in Munich, with the U-Bahn covering Frankfurt’s urban area and the S-Bahn extending into the outer boroughs. Tickets ($1.50) are sold at the blue vending machines located throughout the city. We suggest the 24-hour ticket for $6. The city buses (Stadtbus) and streetcars (Strassenbahn) are inexpensive and a reliable way to get around. Your subway tickets are valid on all forms of public transport.

Taxi
In a word: expensive. Taxis can be found at the city’s various taxi stands or by phoning in advance...ask your hotel concierge local companies. Stick to the excellent public transport system!

International Frankfurt Fairs
These world renowned fairs draw over a million people to the city during August. The equally traditional Book Fair is held in October.

Stadtische Buhnen Arts Complex
Home to the City Opera and major musical events. Addr: Theaterpaltz Ph: 236061.

Alte Oper (Old Opera House)
Frequent operas, symphonies and choral groups. Addr: Opernplatz Ph: 13-40-400.

The Frankfurt Zoo
One of Europe’s oldest (1858) and most interesting, you’ll see many familiar and rare species of animals. Guided tours. Open daily. Addr: Alfred-Brehm-Platz 16 Ph: 212-33731.

Jazz
Jazz enthusiasts will love Frankfurt. The City is filled with good clubs. Some of the most popular are: Der Jazzkeller Addr: Kleine Bockenheimerstrasse 18a Ph: 28-85-37. Jazz Kneipe Addr: Berlinerstrasse 70 Ph: 28-71-73.

Frankfurt’s Main Shopping Streets
Frankfurts’s shopping is concentrated along the pedestrian street Zeil, with equally exciting stores along the cross streets Schillerstr. and Goethestr. Grosse Bockenheimerstrasse, a.k.a. Fressgasse (Feast Street), is an endless choice of gourmet food shops and restaurants.

Kaufhof & Hertie
The city’s main department stores.

Bellak
Stocks an imaginative display of fine German handicrafts. Artisans from throughout the country are represented. Addr: 20 Goethestr.

J.A. Henckels
Est. in 1721 and now having 7 locations throughout Germany. This fine store carries some of the finest cutlery in the world. Addr: Rossmarkt 11

Fleamarkets
Two famous weekend markets, Sat. 9-2 at Schaumainkai and Sun. 8-2 at Sclachthof in Sachsenhausen. Best to be early, at the very least a colorful experience.

Weinhaus Bruckenkeller
Medieval ambience, strolling musicians and excellent German food and wines. In the heart of the Old Town. Closed Sun.. Addr: Schutzenstrasse 6 Ph: 28-42-38. Expensive.

Reastaurant Francais
Superb French and German cuisine. Superb selection of wine & beer. Addr: 17 Am Kaiserplatz Ph: 20251. Expensive.

Erno’s Bistro
Popular bistro featuring excellent French cooking. A fashionable meeting spot for Frankfurt’s international community. Closed weekends and mid-June to mid-July. Addr: Liebigstrasse 15 Ph: 72-19-97. Expensive.

Gildestuben
Colorful beer tavern. Enjoy regional specialties and outdoor garden dining in summer. Addr: Bleichstr. 38 Ph: 283-228. Moderate.

Alte Bruckenmuhle
Traditional Frankfurt recipes. Located in quaint Sachenhausen, just outside Frankfurt. No Sat. lunch. Addr: 10 Wallstr. Ph: 612543. Moderate.

Zum Gemalten Haus
This “Painted House” is lively tavern known for its homebrewed both apple-wine. Mon-Tues. closed. Addr: Schweizerstr. 67 Ph: 614-559. Inexpensive

Goethe House & Museum
A shrine for Goethe enthusiasts since 1863. There’s an adjoining room to the house that displays a rare collection of the great poet’s work – including a first edition of Faust. Open daily. Addr: Grosser Hirschgraben 23 Ph: 28-28-24.

Altstadt (Old Town)
Frankfurt’s hauntingingly beautiful medieval quarter is centered around a cluster of Gothic buildings known as the Romer – it includes such historic landmarks as the Imperial Hall, Romerberg Square and the Cathedral.

Hauptwache
This interesting baroque building stands in the heart of modern Frankfurt.

Palm Garden
Surely, the Palm Garden is one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Europe. A must visit, especially during the spring and autumn seasons. Open daily. Addr: Palmengartenstr. Ph: 212-33382.

Museum of Modern Art
Frankfurt’s newest museum boasts an unusual architecture and a varied collection of art from the 1960’s to present day. Closed Mon. Addr: Domstrasse 10. Ph: 212-38819.

Jewish Museum
Housed in the former Rothschild Palais, Frankfurt’s ancient Jewish community is documented in print and fine art. Tues.-Sun. Addr: Unermainkai 14-15. Ph: 212-35000.

Film Museum
One of Germany’s oldest museum’s and a testament to the country’s love for and roots in the movie making industry. Addr: Schaumainkai 41.

Frankfurt has always been and still remains a major European commercial crossroad. Situated on a long bend in the Main River and connected to the powerful north/south trade routes of the Rhein, Frankfurt’s political and trade dynasties prospered over the centuries. Examples include Charlemagne’s heirs and the fabled 19th century Rothschilds. A streak of liberalism as well as an appreciation of the arts have thrived in Frankfurt. The great, 19th century poet Goethe was born and flourished here and the first German parliament convened at St. Paul’s Church in 1848.
After the second World War, Frankfurt rebuilt itself by utilizing the prevailing architectural styles of modern, post war Europe. Today, the city boasts the country’s busiest airport, tallest office building, largest stock exchange and most lucrative shopping district. Its trade fair grounds are legendary and attract over a million visitors annually.
Consequently, present day Frankfurt is often considered high on business and low on charm. In response, the city’s tourist association has embarked on a dynamic strategy highlighting specific and very worthwhile historical attractions. High on the list is the cobblestone paved district of Sachsenhausen. Amidst the inner city’s encircling glass and metal, this lovely district nicely quenches the thirst for a romantic past. Here you will find small squares, fountains, numerous museums, taverns and cozy restaurants . . .

Old Opera House
The Old Opera House is a building typically representative of the Gründerzeit (the time of the founders), the moment in which Germany experienced an industrial launch in the late 19th Century. The building is the result of a donations of the wealthier neighbours of Frankfurt; on October 22, 1880, after 7 years of work, The Opera Theatre was officially opened with a rendition of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”.

Until its destruction sometime near the end of the Second World War, Frankfurt ‘s Opera House had eight artistic directors, many premiers and famous composers and soloists using its facilities and stages. Some of Wagner’s newest operas were performed here, and names such as Bizet, Leoncavallo, Puccini, Mascagni, Smetana, Richard Strauss and Humperdinck were all on the program.

After the war, an arduous debate broke out that lasted for several years, which contemplated if the Old Opera House should be reconstructed or if the ruins should simply be removed. Fortunately, the first post-war mayor’s proposal to dynamite the remains failed hopelessly. Restoration and reconstruction lasted until 1981, when the Opera House was formally reopened. Today it hosts over 600 concerts a year and special performances such as the dance arts, have made the Opera come to be a crucial cultural center in Frankfurt.

Come to the Old Opera House and enjoy one of the many performances put on here while learning German at a German Language Course in Frankfurt.
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In Frankfurt you will encounter a moderately humid climate, with rain throughout most of the year. Frankfurt’s summers are generally warm with some rainy days, the hottest month being July. During this sunny season you’ll enjoy temperatures of between 10 and 32 degrees Celsius (50 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit). Moderately light clothes should be fine but it is always a good idea to bring a rainproof coat along for the occasional rainy day or chillier night.

During the winter, skies are almost always covered in clouds and the weather is coldest in January. During this time of the year temperatures range between -10 and 10 degrees Celsius (14 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit). If you’re in town during the winter season you will need rainproof and warm clothing.

Average Temperature
Month JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Temp. Celsius 3 ? 7 ? 12 ? 16 ? 20 ? 22? 26? 23 ? 19? 16 ? 9 ? 4 ?

from the airport: Those arriving in Germany by plane will usually land at Frankfurt Airport, Frankfurt am Main, coded FRA in the international aviation codes. The city has the largest airport in the country, with the most frequent and connections to all destinations worldwide.

In order to get from the airport to the city there are two options: public transport is available; subway line S8 will take you to the central station downtown in under 30 minutes. If you prefer taxis, a ride will cost you between 15 and 25 Euros, depending on where you are going and how heavy the traffic is.

From the station: Once you are in the lobby you should see the Tour Office to the right, just in front of the main exit.

By car: The A3, A5, A66 and A67 highways lead right into the heart of the city. The best thing to do would be to follow the signs indicating ‘Zentrum ‘ (downtown) and the ‘Hauptbahnhof ‘ (central station). The Tour Office is just in front of the station. There are other tour offices in the Römerberg, the city’s historic quarter and also on the pedestrian-only Die Zeil Street.

Moving around Frankfurt

The fastest and cheapest way of moving around in Frankfurt is using public transport, namely the subway and buses. Taxis are also trustworthy although a little more expensive. It is perfectly safe to flag a taxi on the street. Another option is renting a car.

For stock brokers working in the Frankfurt stock exchange a typical day doesn’t end until the New York Stock Exchange closes. They are constantly on tenterhooks when it comes to activities on Wall Street, glued to their cell phones and keeping electronic pagers on them at all times.
However not everyone in this city is in finance. Many others allow themselves some leisure time after work at one of the city’s many bars, maybe drinking an Ebbelwoi (Apfelwein or apple wine in the dialect used in Hesse), the region’s typical cider.

People in Frankfurt are open and friendly and you will be sure to find them in bars socializing with the next table along.

The Frankfurt of today is the result of a fusion of a score of minor municipalities. However, despite the over half a million inhabitants, one doesn’t get the feeling of being in a large city.

Frankfurt is not just an agglomeration of skyscrapers bunched together in a financial district; it also has enormous parks stretching all over its city centre, such as the Botanic Gardens or the Palmengarten with a group of greenhouses harbouring exotic plants.

Frankfurt ‘s cultural life is especially important: the Schirn Museum, the Staedel Institute of Art along the Museum Embankment, the Museum of Modern Art, the Leibig Municipal Museum of Sculpture, the Museum of Architecture and Film. There is also a great selection of theatre, ballet and concerts.

The fifth biggest city in Germany, Frankfurt on Main (Frankfurt am Main) has gained enormous economic power – both within Germany and abroad – thanks to its position as a key transport hub and its status as a major venue for international trade fairs and other business events. Located in the middle of the highly productive Rhine-Main region in Germany, right at the centre of Europe, the city is the financial heart not only of Germany but also of the European Union, pumping Euros into the world economy.

The price of fuel is an important element in costing an international trip.

Drivers are invited to check this report which is compiled fortnightly from information supplied by IRU national associations and by “TCS Tourisme et Documents”, Geneva.
Prices you can see here are an average for each country. Click on the country to see price fluctuation.
Country Currency 95 lead free 98 lead free Diesel
Andorra

0.812 0.855 0.714
Austria

0.894 0.954 0.843
Belgium

1.116 1.154 0.886
Bulgaria
BGN 1.27 1.55 1.20
Croatia
HRK 6.86 6.92 6.15
Czech Republic
CZK 23.50 29.60 23.70
Denmark
DKK 8.55 8.84 7.63
Estonia
EEK 11.25 12.00 11.25
Finland

1.112 1.140 0.911
France

1.038 1.061 0.915
Germany

1.060 1.100 0.940
Greece

0.748 0.922 0.748
Hungary
HUF 247.50 256.50 231.00
Ireland

0.986 1.055 0.975
Italy

1.080 0.999
Latvia
LVL 0.49 0.50 0.47
Lithuania
LTL 2.40 2.47 2.46
Luxemburg

0.902 0.928 0.724
Netherlands

1.239 1.292 0.905
Norway
NOK 10.05 10.55 9.00
Poland
PLN 3.65 3.90 3.48
Portugal

1.055 1.115 0.884
Romania
ROL 29’300 31’700 27’700
Russia
RUB 15.17 16.20 13.25
Serbia&Montenegro
CSD 62.00 67.60 53.80
Slovakia
SKK 33.40 36.00 33.80
Slovenia
SIT 200.50 204.80 199.90
Spain

0.844 0.933 0.808
Sweden
SEK 9.55 9.85 9.27
Switzerland
CHF 1.37 1.41 1.52
Ukraine
UAH 2.90 3.60 2.35
United Kingdom
GBP 0.847 0.901 0.870
USA
USD 0.511

IRU – 2005 –
updated 24 January 2005
Šalis, vieta: Vokietija, Frankfurtas
Parodos pradžia: 2005-01-26
Parodos pabaiga: 2005-01-30
Tema: Popieriaus, Kalėdų ir Grožio pasaulis
Transportas: Lėktuvas Autobusas
Tinklapis: Tinklapis

Kviečiame aplankyti tris tarptautines muges, vykstančias vienu metu
Frankfurte prie Maino (Vokietijoje)
POPIERIAUS PASAULIS / KALĖDŲ PASAULIS
GROŽIO PASAULIS
Kelionė autobusu 2005 01 25 – 01 30
Kelionė lėktuvu 2005 01 26 – 01 29

POPIERIAUS PASAULIS – tai ištisas rašymo ir grafikos meno produkcijos pasaulis, reikmenys mokyklai, ofisui ir konferencijoms.
2004-siais metais šioje parodoje produkciją pristatė 2.518 eksponentai iš daugiau negu 63 šalių, apsilankė 68.896 lankytojai, ekspozicijos plotas užėmė 91.278 kv.m.
Produktų grupės
• Biuro reikmenys
• Kompiuterių ir spausdintuvų priedai
• Mokykliniai reikmenys
• Dovanos
• Kūrybos pasaulis
• Įpakavimas /Atvirutės /Kalendoriukai
• Ofisinis, permatomas popierius
• Namų apyvokos popierius
• Įvairenybės
• Leidėjai / asociacijos KALĖDŲ PASAULIS – Europos unikali prekybos mugė skirta šventinėms dekoracijoms, floristikai, fejerverkams, parduotuvių vitrinų apipavidalinimui, vakarėliams bei karnavalams.
2004-siais metais mugėje lankėsi 30.076 lankytojai. Net 47.129 kvadratinių metrų plote 1.031 dalyvis pristatė savo produkciją.

Produktų grupės
• Kalėdų – sezoninė prekyba

GROZIO PASAULIS – parfumerijos, kosmetikos, kosmetikos parduotuvių ir šukuosenų madų tarptautinė paroda.

KELIONĖS AUTOBUSU PROGRAMA 2005 01 25-30

2005 01 25 d. 6.00 val. išvykimas iš Vilniaus nuo viešbučio „Panorama“ (anksčiau buvęs „Gintaras“, Sodų g. 14), 7.30 val. iš Kauno nuo „Statoil“ degalinės (Savanorių pr. gale arčiau autostrados).Kelionė per Lenkiją. Nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 26 d. Pusryčiai. Kelionė per Lenkiją, Vokietiją. Dieną sustojimas alaus darykloje Vokietijoje, alaus degustacija. Atvykimas į Maincą – Reinlando-Pfalco žemės sostinę. Apsigyvenimas ir nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 27 d. Pusryčiai. Vykimas autobusu į muges Frankfurte. Vakare pažintis su Frankfurtu. Nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 13 d. Pusryčiai. Darbas mugėse. Vakare pažintis su senuoju vyskupijos miestu Maincu, turinčiu XI a. romantišką katedrą ir gražų senamiestį. Nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 28 d. Pusryčiai. Darbas mugėse. Vakare išvykimas į namus. Nakvynė viešbutyje pakeliui Vokietijoje.

2005 01 29 d. Pusryčiai. Kelionė per Lenkiją. Vėlai vakare sugrįžimas į namus.
Kelionės autobusu kaina – 1260 Lt (esant ne mažesnei kaip 30 asmenų grupei).
Į kainą įskaičiuota: kelionė komfortabiliu autobusu, 2 nakvynės su pusryčiais turistinės klasės viešbučiuose pakeliui, 3 nakvynės su pusryčiais dviviečiuose kambariuose viešbutyje Maince, pervežimai autobusu viešbutis-paroda-viešbutis, kelionės dokumentų sutvarkymas, sveikatos draudimas kelionės laikotarpiui, kelių ir ekologijos mokesčiai, vadovo-vertėjo paslaugos.

KELIONĖS LĖKTUVU PROGRAMA 2004 01 26-29
2005 01 26 d. 11:30 val. skrydis lėktuvu Vilnius – Frankfurtas. Atskridus 13:00 val. pervežimas autobusu į viešbutį Miunchene. Apsigyvenimas. Nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 27 d. Pusryčiai. Darbas mugėse. Po parodos darbo laiko – pažintis su Frankfurtu. Nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 28 d. Pusryčiai. Darbas mugėse. Nakvynė viešbutyje.

2005 01 29 d. Pusryčiai. Laisvas laikas. Pervežimas autobusu į oro uostą, 14:20val. skrydis Miunchenas – Vilnius. 17:35 val. lėktuvas nusileidžia Vilniaus oro uoste. Sugrįžimas į namus.
Kelionės lėktuvu kaina priklauso nuo pasirinkto viešbučio (skrydžio kaina 971 Lt)
Į kainą įskaičiuota: kelionės dokumentų sutvarkymas, kelionė lėktuvu, medicininių išlaidų draudimas kelionės laikotarpiui, 5 nakvynės viešbutyje Vokietijoje dviviečiuose kambariuose su pusryčiais bei visais patogumais, pervežimas į/iš oro uosto iš/į viešbutį ir iš/į muges, vadovo – vertėjo paslaugos.
Už įėjimą į mugę ir kitus mokamus objektus mokama papildomai (pageidaujant bilieto kaina įtraukiama išrašant sąskaitą). Bilieto kaina į mugę vienai dienai – 19 EUR (kasoje – 25 EUR), visoms dienoms – 40 EUR (kasoje – 60 EUR). Katalogas – 10 EUR.
Vykstantiems individualiai ar kitu laiku sutvarkome visus kelionės dokumentus, užsakome viešbučius, aviabilietus.

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