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Where to stay in Frankfurt

There are 541 holiday rentals available all over Frankfurt in Germany, and we’re confident you’ll find a property that meets your needs and your budget. Affordable vacation rentals in Frankfurt start at a nightly rate of $11, with 20% of properties priced under $45 per night. Whether you’re seeking a holiday home near Kleinmarkthalle, a spacious apartment close to Alte Oper, or a place that also gives you close access to Frankfurt — our goal is to help you find exactly what you need. Our website offers a wide selection of rental properties from top travel sites such as Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a solo travel expedition, going on a German honeymoon to Frankfurt, or planning a trip for a group of 15, we can match you with a rental accommodations that sleep everyone comfortably. Finding a beautiful home in Frankfurt for your Germany vacation has never been this easy.

Where Is Frankfurt in Germany?

As the largest German city in Hesse, Frankfurt stands at the epicentre of the larger Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region. Linking with the River Main, the city of Frankfurt forms a continuous conurbation with its neighboring city of Offenbach am Main.

What Is Frankfurt, Germany Known For?

Unlike any other German city, Frankfurt is a glittering urban metropolis. Structures of glass, steel, and concrete are an ubiquitous sight within this urban jungle. However, despite its high-powered status as a finance and commercial center, Frankfurt is also deeply rooted in tradition and old-world charm. Half-timbered buildings are collected in the old town and rustic taverns serve hearty meals that warm you from the inside out. A large city exuding a small-village vibe, Frankfurt is aplomb with boutiques, outdoor cafes, parks, and museums exuding a truly sophisticated European vibe.

Places to Visit in Frankfurt, Germany

  • The Römer: One of the city’s most important landmarks, The Römer has been the city hall of Frankfurt for over 600 years. Despite not being a museum, the opulently grand façade attracts millions for its quintessential Germanic aesthetic and — for a lucky few — also makes a stunning civil registration office or wedding venue.
  • Frankfurt Cathedral: The largest religious building in the city and a former collegiate church, Frankfurt Cathedral is remarkably not an actual cathedral. Dominated by the 95-meter high Gothic tower, the red sandstone building has crafted a remarkable reputation as a former election and coronation church of the Holy Roman Empire, to the extent that it is now known as a cathedral. A symbol of national unity, Frankfurt Cathedral also binds Germany together as a source of national pride, thanks to its sublime beauty and rich history.
  • Eiserner Steg: A footbridge that crosses the River Main, Eiserner Steg stretches up to 170 meters long and consists of riveted steel trusses with two bridge piers. Taking inspiration from its French sister, Pont des Arts, Eiserner Steg is a bridge where the lovers of Frankfurt attach love locks to promise that their love is forever unbreakable.

Popular Destinations Near Frankfurt

  • Wiesbaden: One of Europe’s oldest spa towns, Wiesbaden is also famous for its lines of antique neoclassical buildings, thermal baths, and sublime acres of parkland. Playing host to the European headquarters of the U.S. Army, Wiesbaden has a strong U.S. military presence, with around 19,000 U.S. citizens calling Wiesbaden home, alongside several other nomadic expats who have come to love this peacefully tranquil city, where the hot springs flow and offer a rejuvenating experience as soon as you set foot into the city.

Best Neighborhoods in Frankfurt

  • Sachsenhausen: The old-world core of Frankfurt, Sachsenhausen is all cobbled streets and bohemian plazas, plentiful with character. Famous for its apple wine plus the bars and cider houses that supply it, Sachsenhausen is the place to go for a good drink, a good night, and a good time.
  • Nordend: The place for the young, the beautiful, and the restless, Nordend has recently become increasingly more popular thanks to its chic wine bars, elegant restaurants, artisan boutiques, and organic supermarkets. Far away from the area bursting with youthful yuppie energy, Nordend is also where you discover an eclectic cocktail of indie shops, elegant architecture, and grand tree-lined avenues backed by stunning antique mansions.

Home-types in Frankfurt

Frankfurt has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Frankfurt:

Points of interests in Frankfurt

Frankfurt has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Frankfurt:
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