Compare Cheap Flights to Frankfurt, Germany
Experience German culture at its finest in Frankfurt. Check out Webjet's latest deals, find the cheapest flights and get ready to experience the city's famous gastronomy scene, architecture and nightlife.
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Best Time To Visit with Cheap Flights to Frankfurt
There is never really a bad time to book flights to Frankfurt. If you’re looking for mild weather and fewer crowds, book your tickets to Frankfurt for travel in April and May. Those looking for more of a summer holiday, which might include soaking up some sun or relaxing at cafes along the River Main, can search and book cheap flights to Frankfurt departing in July or August.
Christmas in Germany is a big deal. Much like other German cities, the winter snowfall transforms Frankfurt into a Christmas wonderland. The snow, twinkling festive lights and legendary Christmas markets make for an incredible experience if you’re headed to Germany on flights to Frankfurt during winter. If you’re looking to enjoy a Christmas you’ll never forget, make sure you book your flights to Frankfurt for December. The downside to this festive splendour is that December is also an extremely popular time for tourism in Germany, so secure the best price on your cheap flights to Frankfurt by getting in early.
Another of the most popular times of the year to book tickets to Frankfurt for is between late September and mid-October when the world-famous Oktoberfest kicks off. This epic event sees thousands of visitors stream through airports all over Germany to enjoy the festivities and Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is no exception. Book your flights to Frankfurt well in advance if you plan on attending Oktoberfest.
Packing Tips for Travellers
For Flights to Frankfurt During Winter
If your flights to Frankfurt have been booked for travel during the city’s colder months (October to February), you’re going to need to pack very warm clothes. The average daytime temperatures over these months is 0 °C. If you’re departing from a warm destination, be sure to pack a warmer layer in your carry-on luggage so it’s on hand when your flights to Frankfurt land at Frankfurt Airport.
For Flights to Frankfurt During Summer
Not only does Frankfurt turn into a winter wonderland during the Christmas season, but the summer months are a fantastic time to discover the city on cheap flights to Frankfurt. If you’ve got tickets to Frankfurt booked for between June and August, you can look forward to blue skies and warm weather. It really is a great summer city.
Travelling with Children
Thinking about booking your flights to Frankfurt for a family holiday with your kids? Great! Here are just a few recommendations on what to do in Frankfurt with the family.
If you’ve booked an airfare to Frankfurt and are travelling with kids who love animals, put an outing to the Frankfurt Zoo on your holiday itinerary. The Zoo is situated in the middle of the city, and houses more than 4,500 animals, reptiles and birds.
The word ‘museum’ doesn’t always strike excitement into the hearts of kids. But just wait until your troop discover the joy of the Experiminta museum. After all, there is a reason it is one of the most popular museums in Frankfurt for a family outing. With a visit to Experminta, touching, exploring and interacting with the exhibits are all part of the experience. Kids are encouraged to experiment and get up close with some of the contemporary science and modern history displays all around the massive building.
The Eissporthalle is a giant ice-skating rink. The “Ice Sports Hall” is open to people of all ages to enjoy watching ice hockey games and skating competitions. You might even take to the ice and go for a skate yourself.
Airports in Frankfurt
Frankfurt Airport is an international airport 12 km from the city centre. It's the busiest airport in Germany, with 1,365 flights per day and 106 airlines flying to 275 destinations around the world. It also serves as the main hub for Lufthansa and is a focus city for SunExpress Deutschland, and TUI fly Deutschland.
Getting to and from Frankfurt Airport
The easiest way to get from the airport into Frankfurt is with the S-Bahn. A one-way ticket costs EUR 4.65, and it takes approximately 16 minutes to reach the city centre. Trains leave every 10 minutes at Terminal 1 from platforms 4 to 7.
The AirLiner bus runs from the airport to the main railway station of Darmstadt. Buses leave every 30 to 60 minutes with a travel time of 30 minutes. Fares are EUR 8.45 for a one-way trip or EUR 16.90 for a return.
If you don't want to use public transportation or prefer to be dropped off right outside your hotel, you can take a taxi. To avoid wasting time negotiating fares with drivers, make an online reservation through TaxiTender. It will take you 20 minutes to get to the city centre and cost around EUR 30 one way.