Frankfurt Germany was bombed during WW II, like many other cities and nearly all of its old half-timbered buildings were destroyed. The city was rebuilt with a mixture of modern and traditional architecture.  Some of the old buildings were faithfully restored. You shouldn't be at a loss as to what to do in Frankfurt, Germany.

You can take a leisurely day to explore the old town -- the Altstadt.  It's a great way to get over jet lag and still get something out of your first day on a trip.  Before WW II it was a great historic town, and even with the rebuilding, there are still historic things to see.  See the Gothe Haus, the birthplace of the 18th century writer Gothe.

The Romerberg area is the historic center of the Alstadt.  There are three old houses connected together that are called the Romer.  These houses were originally built in the 13th century.  About a century after they were built, they were bought by the city, interconnected, and used as the city hall -- the Rathaus. 

On the second floor is the Imperial Hall -- the Kaisersaal which you can visit on a tour.  The wonderfully elaborate front of the Romer overlooks the Romerberg Square -- Romerplatz.  There are many other reconstructed half-timbered houses in the area.

You can't miss the Church St. Bartholomaus which is also in the Altstadt.  This church is sometimes referred to as the Dom (the cathedral), but it isn't truly a cathedral.  The main construction was from the 13th to the 15th centuries. 

It was destroyed during WW II but resorted to it's former glory.  There is one altar remaining from the church's original interior called the Altar of Mary Sleeping -  the Maria Schlafaltar.  It was carved in the 15th century.

One interesting fact is that in the 14th century, the Dom was selected to be the electoral site for the kings of the Holy Roman Empire.  Several coronations took place here.  In the Dom Museum you can see some of the robes of Imperial Electors.  Some date from the 14th century and give you an idea of how ornate they were.

There are several museums on the south bank of the Main River.  The most important art museum is the Stadel Museum.  It contains paintings from most eras of European painting from early Flemish and Dutch masters, to German painters to Impressionists.  Other museums are nearby, and this south bank of the river is sometimes referred to as the Museum Embankment.

Most of what you probably want to do in Frankfurt can be reached on foot.  Nearly all the tourist type sights are within the old town walls.  You can get around Frankfurt by subway, trams and buses.  Consider a Frankfurt Card - Frankfurter Tageskarte - which will get you on public transportation and into museums.

So when you fly into Frankfurt Airport, consider spending a day or so in the city.  It might just surprise you with what it has to offer.

Consider booking car rental in Frankfurt,  should you be moving on to your next destination, or hitting the road on your self-drive tour of the Romantic route.

Take a drive along the Moselle Valley, which is one of Germany's wine growing areas that stretches from Germany to France and Luxembourg. There are scenic drives for road trips to Cologne, Bonn, or Munich and then on to a drive through the Black Forest. Explore Bavaria en route to Austria, should you be intent on renting a car crossing borders on a mini European trip.

Driving your Rental Car in Frankfurt

Driving in the city of Frankfurt is easy due to the excellent road system and signage, providing you heed them and go with the traffic flow. Driving in the city can be intense, but making yourself familiar with the rules and parking signage is advised, so you can find your way easily as the locals do.

Parking in Frankfurt can be difficult to find, so knowing the colour codes for parking can prevent a hefty fine.

Although public transport may be very convenient, it is essential to rent a car in Frankfurt for the many attractions that can be visited on the excellent autobahn motorways, for which Frankfurt is the hub in Germany.

Frankfurt International Airport - and Hahn Airport Car Rentals

Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) is the busiest airport in Germany, as it is the hub for many international and European destinations. All major rental companies are represented at Frankfurt Airport. You can find them at the Car Rental Centers in both terminals.

Frankfurt Airport car rental providers such as Avis, Budget. Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise rent a car, Hertz, Buchbinder and Thrifty, are located at both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at Frankfurt Airport.

There are quite a number of car hire companies located around the city, such as the for the traveler's convenience providing accessible car hire for any who don't want to pick up a rental car from the airport, eg. the Frankfurt Train Station (Hauptbahnhoff)

Using our booking at Car Hire International, will offer you cars at internet prices with quotes from any of these car hire companies to ensure you get the best car rental deal.

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Munich and Berlin draw more tourists, so Frankfurt may not be your ultimate destination in Germany, but it's worth a visit. You have two choices on arrival. Go into the city for a day or two to get over jet lag and see the sights, or immediately get out of town.

To get out of town, you book your Frankfurt car rental with us and easily get to the Rhine and Moselle areas of Germany. The Romantic Road isn't far away. You can fly on to another destination, or you can catch a train from the airport into town and get almost anywhere from the huge 19th century railway station in town.

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