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Cheap Flights to Frankfurt

As you spend your first few hours getting to know Frankfurt, you'll be struck by the contrast of new and old; the city's skyscraper-strewn skyline is as modern as you'll find in Europe, but the gems of its Old Town that survived World War II remain as centuries-old reminders of the region's long history. Cheap flights to Frankfurt depart daily from dozens of U.S. cities, putting this complex and exciting destination within reach for an affordable international getaway.

Quick Travel Guide to Frankfurt

Travelers touring Europe too often neglect Frankfurt in favor of Berlin, Cologne and Munich, which is a shame, as Frankfurt is ideally equipped to welcome tourists. Well over one million visitors arrive each year for major conferences like the International Book Fair and Musikmesse Frankfurt, the biggest gathering for the musical instrument and equipment industry. Frankfurt is also the banking capital of Germany and one of the most significant financial centers in Europe, bringing in business travelers in droves. Tourists who are careful to avoid the busiest conference days can take advantage of competitive weekend rates at the fantastic hotel deals in Frankfurt, several of which are worth the trip by themselves.

You can easily dedicate a few days to exploring the city's central historic district on the beautiful Main River. Altstadt, Frankfurt's Old Town on the north bank, boasts sites including the imposing Gothic cathedral Dom St. Bartholomaus and Goethe Haus, the boyhood home of Germany's famous author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. On the south bank, appropriately nicknamed the "Museum Bank," numerous museums exhibit German history, art, film and literature. Highlights include the Stadel Museum, home to Monets and Renoirs, and Liebighaus, which houses sculptures from around the world.

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