Frankfurt - Frankfurt is the city of great diversity
Frankfurt has long been an important transit point for river, rail, and road traffic from Switzerland and southern Germany, north along the Rhine into the Ruhr region and the Main into north-central Germany. Since the canalization of the River Main in the 1880s, it is still the most important transport hub in western Germany and an important inland waterway port. Frankfurt Airport is Germany's largest airport and it is one of the busiest in Europe.
Best time to visit: Mar-To-Jun
Things to do: Climb The Main Tower, Take A Boat Ride, Taste Wine In A Vineyard, Picnic Near River Main
HOW TO REACH FRANKFURT
- Flight - For International Trips, the only option to reach Frankfurt will be by Air. The main Airport is Frankfurt Airport and it is usually busy.
- Rail - There are numerous rail connections all over Europe. However, International trips by Rail is not possible for every destination.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Taxi - Uber continues to operate in seven German cities: Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart, but not in several other countries. In contrast, Uber contracts with a German taxi company to provide its services.
- Ride Sharing - A cheap and partially green way to get around Germany with your own car is ridesharing. It's not Uber-style ridesharing that's common elsewhere. Instead, travel as a passenger in a private car for gas bills.
- Train - Trains, trams, subways and buses are becoming more and more accessible. Some stations have corrugated platform boundaries to facilitate the movement of visually impaired passengers.