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Frankfurt, Germany is one of the most quintessential German cities, with gorgeous Gothic architecture, incredible museums, and delicious food. Although Frankfurt is not as large as Munich or Berlin, its charm makes it worth a visit. Like other popular German cities, Frankfurt is a popular destination for Christmas markets and Oktoberfest celebrations. It’s full of history, art, and an interesting combination of modern skyscrapers and medieval architecture. In addition, Frankfurt is close to plenty of other German cities, such as Cologne and Heidelberg, so it’s a perfect destination for travellers looking to visit multiple German towns while on holiday. With several airfare options from Sydney to Frankfurt, Webjet can help you plan an amazing holiday in Germany.

 

 

Start planning your next European holiday with Webjet’s cheap flights from Sydney to Frankfurt, Germany on some of the region’s top airlines.

 

The best time to book cheap flights from Sydney to Frankfurt

 

 

The best time to book cheap airfares from Sydney to Frankfurt is between April and May. During this spring season, weather starts to warm up, but you will beat the peak tourist season that occurs in summer. Spring temperatures average about 17-20°C during the day, but can drop down to 5°C at night, so be sure to pack a coat. Summer temperatures heat up to a beautiful 24-26°C, but it tends to rain fairly regularly between June and August. With the large crowds of tourists in the summer months, Frankfurt hotels also raise their prices. If you plan to visit in summer, be sure to book your accommodation as far in advance as possible to secure the best rates.

 

 

For the cheapest rates on a trip to Frankfurt, you could opt to visit the city in winter. Winter temperatures tend to stay around 5°C during the day, but can drop below freezing at night. Visiting in winter, you may also experience some snow in the city. Since this is the low season to visit Germany, you can secure some amazing deals on hotels and cheap flights from SYD to FRA.

 

 

Another incredible time to experience Frankfurt are during Oktoberfest and the Christmas holiday. Oktoberfest is held during September and October and is similar to the massive beer festival in Munich. The Christmas season is another special time to visit Frankfurt. Germans love to get into the festive spirit in December, decking out its cities in decorations and world-famous Christmas markets. These celebrations do get busy, so be sure to book your accommodation in advance if you plan to visit during Oktoberfest or Christmastime.

 

Departing From Sydney

 

 

Sydney Airport is located 7 kilometres (4.3 miles) south of the CBD, making it easy to reach. Sydney is one of the major international hubs in Australia, and has a variety of airlines flying in and out.

 

 

A wide variety of airlines offer cheap airfares from Sydney to Frankfurt, including Virgin Australia, Qantas, American Airlines, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, and Lufthansa. Each week, about 1,300 flights make the journey from Sydney to Frankfurt Airport (FRA) with one stopover. A short stopover will get you into Germany in less than 23 hours.

 

 

Getting to Sydney Airport (SYD)

 

 

There are plenty of ways to get to Sydney Airport on any budget. The most affordable way to get from central Sydney to the airport is on the Airport Link train. The Airport Link departs from several stations around Sydney, including Central Station, Wynyard, Bondi Beach, and Darling Harbour. You can even catch a train from suburbs as far out as Wollongong. Trains from the CBD take about 15 minutes, and trains from Bondi take about 45 minutes. CBD train tickets are $18.70 AUD, and Bondi tickets are $19.70 AUD. You can purchase tickets separately or use your Opal card.

 

 

Since the airport is conveniently located near the CBD, you can take a taxi or Uber to get to the airport quickly. A taxi ride from the CBD takes about 20 minutes and costs about $45-$60 AUD. If you’re travelling from Bondi, you might have a similar fare of $45-$65 AUD, with a travel time of less than 30 minutes.

 

 

Parking at Sydney Airport


There are lots of parking options at Sydney Airport. Try to book your parking space ahead of time to get the lowest rates and to make sure your preferred parking lot doesn’t fill up.

 

 

Where to Park at Sydney Airport


• The Blu Emu car park is the cheapest parking option. A shuttle transports you to the Domestic Terminal, and from there, you can catch a free train to the International Terminal. Rates start at $30 AUD per day to park.

 

 

• The P7 car park offers quick access to the International Terminal, which is only a 5-minute walk away and offers covered spots. When you book ahead, daily rates for the P7 car park start at $55 AUD.

 

 

 

Arriving in Frankfurt

 

 

Frankfurt Airport is the major international airport in the city of Frankfurt. It contains two passenger terminals and is the busiest airport by foot traffic in Germany. The airport is located about 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) southwest from the city centre and offers several routes into Frankfurt.

 

 

How to Get from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to Your Frankfurt Hotel or Accommodation

 

 

The most cost-effective way to get from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to the city centre is by taking the regional train to Frankfurt Central Station. The journey to the city centre from the airport takes between 10-12 minutes. A single-way trip only costs €2.80 ($4.50 AUD). Be sure not to lose your ticket; tickets are often checked on German trains, and the fine for not carrying a valid ticket is a steep €60 ($95 AUD).

 

 

If you are tired after the long journey, you might want to opt for a more direct route. The most convenient way to get from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to your hotel in the city centre is by taxi. A taxi costs approximately €40 ($64 AUD) and will get you into the city in about 15 minutes without traffic.

 

 

Things to do in Frankfurt

 

 

Visit the Museumsufer


Located on the south bank of the River Main is one of the most popular attractions in Frankfurt, the Museumsufer. Translated to the “Museum Embankment,” the Museumsufer is made up of a cluster of 12 museums dedicated to film, art, history, and other interesting topics. You might decide to go to the Museum of World Heritages, the Icon Museum, the Städel Art Museum, the German Architecture Museum, or all of the above.

 

 

Wander around the Römerberg


One of the most gorgeous areas in Frankfurt is the Old Town, a public square with gorgeous, quintessentially German buildings. Some popular components of this area include the Justice Fountain, which is located in the centre, the Old Town Hall, and the Historical Museum. During the holiday season, the Christmas market that makes up this square is quite a spectacle.

 

 

Marvel at St. Bartholomew's Cathedral


This breathtaking cathedral was built between the 13th and 15th centuries out of red sandstone and in the Gothic style. In the 16th to 18th centuries, this was considered the Imperial Cathedral, where emperors were coronated. Tourists can enter St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral and climb to the top of the highest tower, which offers a gorgeous view of Frankfurt.

 

 

Goethe House and Museum


One of the most prominent German writers, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, comes from Frankfurt. Tourists can view the Goethe family’s home, where he lived between his birth in 1749 and 1765. The ornate dining room and Goethe’s writing room, where he wrote many of his earliest works, are two spots that cannot be missed. Next to the house is the Goethe Museum, a gallery that shows art from Goethe’s time, mostly of the late baroque and romantic styles.

 

 

Eschenheimer Turm


Frankfurt’s medieval wall does not stand the way it did at the time for multiple reasons: old age and the modernisation of defense systems. However, the 10-storey tower, which guarded the northern wall, was spared of demolition and instead became a monument. This tower is the oldest unaltered landmark in Frankfurt, as it was constructed at the beginning of the 15th century. Currently, visitors cannot enter unless they reserve a table at the high-class restaurant inside, but viewing the outside makes this detour worthwhile.

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