What to do in Frankfurt?

Kurztrip nach Frankfurt

This post is also available in: German

5 Reasons For A Short Break In Frankfurt

Still unsure where you want to go for your next city break? In Frankfurt you’ll find everything you need for a perfect short break. We’ve got 5 reasons for a short break in Frankfurt and why you should get yourself to the metropolis on the Main as soon as possible.

Mainhatten, 5 reasons for a short break in Frankfurt

What to do in Frankfurt?

  1. City of Contrasts

No other city can connect old and new as excitingly as Frankfurt am Main. Skyscrapers stretch up into the clouds next to venerable façades. One of the best examples is the New Old Town, which fits perfectly into the city’s image.

What to do in Frankfurt

  1. Oasis of Relaxation

If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city, you’re sure to find peace in one of Frankfurt’s many parks and islands. A visit to the Palmengarten during your short stay is a must and the Licht- und Luftbad park in Niederrad is one of Frankfurt’s most popular summer destinations. Bethmann Park is one of the city’s most beautiful parks.

What to do in Frankfurt

  1. Affordable, Modern Lodgings

Our Frankfurt hotels are the ultimate base for your trips through the city. As well as its central location, you can expect incredible value for money, excellent service and a delicious breakfast buffet. A huge bonus is the onsite car park, and even pets can come on your holiday with you for an extra fee.

  1. Colorful and Diverse

Many people might think of Frankfurt as unadventurous or even bougie, but Mainhatten’s new, colorful face impresses visitors time and time again. That’s how the Station Quarter (Bahnhofsviertel) has managed to transform itself into a new hotspot. In Nordend, bookshops and cosy cafés are strung alongside one another. In between, you can find what is probably the best jazz bar in the city: “Mampf”.

What to do in Frankfurt

  1. Frankfurt-on-Sea

A trip to Frankfurt offers art, culture, exciting architecture and delicacies, from international cuisines to typical Frankfurt green sauce. The city can also help if you’re missing the sea a bit too much. Stroll along the picturesque Main promenade. As boats sail by and seagulls circle in the sky, you’ll quickly forget your troubles.

What to do in Frankfurt, Mainpromenade

A great option for any traveler to the city is our Frankfurt airport hotel which offers excellent accommodation and superb transport links to all over the city.

Visiting Frankfurt soon?

Visiting Frankfurt soon?

Next to the FRA airport and right at the entrance of the Messe: The two MEININGER hotels in the Main metropolis are located exactly where city break travelers need them. From here arrivals and departures by plane or train are no problem at all and the hotspots of the city can be reached without any hassle.

Book now in Frankfurt - Save up to 20%
  • Share on:
geschrieben von / written by

Central, reasonably priced, modern and a great atmosphere – that is MEININGER, combining the best that hostels and hotels have to offer! 28 hotels in ten European cities offer ideal accommodation for city breaks, business travel, school trips, group tours, round-the-world trips and family excursions.

Be first to comment

You have the option of commenting on our blog posts. When you do this, we will collect your name, which will be displayed together with your comment. You have the option of uploading a photo. If you would like to post anonymously, then you can use a pseudonym. Your IP and email address will also be collected and/or requested. It is necessary to store your IP and email address in order to be able to defend ourselves against liability claims in cases of possible publication of illegal content. Moreover, we require your email address in case we need to contact you should third parties complain that your comment is illegal. The IP and email address are also saved in order to prevent spam. The legal bases for this are Art. 6 (1) 1b and f GDPR.

If you would like us to delete one of your published comments or your photo, then please get in touch with our data protection officer.