Transfer to Frankfurt
p> Frankfurt consists of 46 districts and include a suburb and once small settlements. Worth a visit Altstadt, the Museum Quay and the Banks block.
p> You can see the landmark-symbols: the Römer Square and the Fountain of Justice on the north bank of the Main, in the Altstadt block. The small streets are decorated with neat facades of houses. In the center of the district, there is an inner city which is surrounded by Innenstadt. It was built on the site of fortifications. It is nice and just a walk, and look into souvenir shops and restaurants with German cuisine.
p> The Quay of Museums has a self-described name. Cultural life is concentrated in this district. There are endless exhibitions and events. Visiting all the museums will not succeed even for 3 days: there are too many of them. We recommend buying tickets for the Portikus exhibition area and the Sculpture Museum.
p> Banks block is similar to Moscow City in Russia. A complex of skyscrapers and tall buildings is also located on the embankment. There are offices are rented by small and large companies, as the European Central Bank and others in the towers. On the upper floors, there are many high-rises restaurants, and on the Main Tower there is an observation deck. You can rent a room in Eurotheum. The elite district bordered by the dysfunctional Bahnhofsviertel, where it is better not to stay for a long time especially at night.
p> It is worth taking time to Alt-Sachsenhausen with green parks, villas and boulevards. By the way, on Saturdays there is a flea market where vintage and rare things are sold. To see more attractions in a limited time, rent a car with a personal driver in Frankfurt. Do not need to look for parking or worry for someone else's car. Your carrier will take care of this.
p> In Frankfurt, several centuries in a row, the coronation of German rulers took place. Local residents are very proud of this fact. Yet - here the writer Goethe was born, and also the first parliament in the country was created. During World War II, all the buildings were destroyed, so it was rebuilt in a short time. New skyscrapers in the style of fireworks and to become the surviving buildings are erected every year. The view of the "old" architecture from the other side of the Main river is fascinating by the evening lights.
p> Moving around the city is best on foot in the historical part. Between districts - by public transport. Basically, it's the metro, trams and electric trains. 9 metro lines connect all the districts of the city, the departure time of each train is no more than 3 minutes. Suburban trains run 4 times per hour, ply and towards the airport.
p> After an excellent holiday, it is best to book a transfer to Frankfurt Airport. Passenger transportation of this type excludes delays for flights and unforeseen overpayments. You do not have to look for independent ways how to get to Frankfurt am Main.
p> Advantage of trams is unequivocal: they do not stand in traffic jams. Buses usually connect metro stations and electric trains and ply at night from the Central Bus Station. The fare in all modes of transport is the same, if you purchase the relevant tickets. Taxis are caught on the street and call on the phone, the price is calculated by the meter. There is also bicycle taxi, but for leisurely walks along the embankments you can rent a bicycle.