Those who travel to Frankfurt will find some superb shopping, marvellous museums, interesting historic sites, world-class opera and some charming neighbourhoods like Nordend and Bockenheim. With its excellent rail connections and Autobahn system, Frankfurt is the natural hub for travellers wishing to explore the surrounding towns and countryside.

Direct Flights to Frankfurt, Germany

Direct Flights to Frankfurt, Germany
The business capital of Germany and an important hub of European business, Frankfurt is home to the European Central Bank as well as one of Europe’s busiest stock exchanges. Attracting workers from across the globe, Frankfurt is an interesting mix of glossy high-rise skyscrapers and the traditions of the Old Town (Altstadt) with its stunning baroque architecture and bustling plazas.

Frankfurt boasts one of Europe’s largest airports used by over 50 million passengers every year. Well served by flights from across the UK and Europe, there are many superb deals on direct flights to Frankfurt, Germany to be found. For the cheapest flights to Frankfurt, Germany, we recommend that you book early and avoid the peak holiday seasons, however it’s always possible to find cheap flights to Frankfurt, Germany as airlines release their special offers throughout the year.

Cheap flights to Frankfurt, Germany

Running through the heart of Frankfurt is the mighty Main River with a host of beautiful bridges including the picturesque Bridge of Sighs which link the Old Town with the new. The river gives Frankfurt it’s other name of Frankfurt Main which it is sometimes known as.

Rivalling Berlin in terms of its impressive museums, Frankfurt boasts an incredible 60 museums including the Stadel Museum with its world-class collection of art work, the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History with its superb collection of dinosaur skeletons, the Struwwelpeter Museum (Slovenly Peter Museum) dedicated to the famous Children’s classics author Heinrich Hoffmann and the Caricatura Museum which is packed full of caricatures and satirical art.

Head to the historic Romerberg square which used to hold markets visited by merchants from across Europe in the 12th century and is home to some stunningly beautiful half-timbered traditional and the Romer town hall with its impressive neo-Gothic architecture. 
Catch an opera at the Alte Oper Concert Hall, relax in the Palm Garden or browse the shops in the MyZeil shopping centre, an eight-storey shoppers’ paradise. 

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Direct flights to Frankfurt, Germany from the UK are operated by airlines including Lufthansa, BMI and BA. Low cost flights to Frankfurt, Germany can be found on Ryanair. It is usually possible to find lastminute flights to Frankfurt, Germany as well as the cheapest deals around, try our flight search facility at

Frankfurt Climate

Frankfurt Climate
Frankfurt has a temperate continental climate, characterised by warm summers with occasional wet days, and cold winters. Temperatures are not extreme and never severe. Winters can bring occasional violent storms.