Frankfurt, on the banks of the Main, is the finanial and business hub of Germany. It is a city that successfully combines the old with the new, culture with pleasure. The old town, Romerberg, is home to well preserved buildings dating from the fifteenth century, some of which were restored after WW2. If you are interested in historic buildings, take a tour of the area with its cathedral, town hall, old opera house, its churches and stock exchange. The Iron Bridge is an historic landmark that gives great views of the river and the cityscape. Those on a cultural trip will be pleased with the number of museums and galleries in Frankfurt and the variety of their exhibits. The city holds many fairs including the world's largest book fair, held each year in mid October, and the motor show which is held on alternate years in September. A good and cost effective way to see the city and its main attractions is to take hop-on-hop-off ticket. This also gives discounts on certain entry fees. With churches and museums, parks and gardens, zoo and botanical gardens, shops and markets; a Frankfurt city break caters for all interests.
As always, German accommodation offers high standards in both its accommodation and its service and has tariffs to suit most budgets. A plethora of restaurants, bistros, cafes and beer cellars provide a wide ranging menu that satisfies all tastes and budgets. Whatever you fancy, be it fast food or a gourmet meal, you'll have a choice of venue. When it comes to evening entertainment you have an equally wide choice from concerts to opera, jazz clubs to discos. Whatever your mood and requirements, you'll find an appropriate venue in Frankfurt.
Low cost Frankfurt city breaks are most popular between late spring and early autumn when average summer temperatures lie in the mid twenties, a temperature that is conducive to sightseeing. December also brings visitors flocking to the city's Christmas market. Located in Romerburg, Paulsplatz and Mainkai in the old town, it is one of the countries most impressive. The massive and beautifully decorated tree dominates the scene where log cabins sell a variety of hand-crafted goodies and tasty food and drink. Together with the twinkling lights, music and carousels, the effect is quite magical. Many regional airports have direct flights to Frankfurt. You can check on the Cheekytrip website to see if your local airport has city breaks to Frankfurt.
If you are looking for a bargain break to Frankfurt you'll be delighted with what you find on the Cheekytrip website. As a price comparison site we have access to the best offers from over three dozen holiday companies, all of whom are competing for your booking. This inevitably results in offers that give great value for money. Simply enter your point of departure, your dates and destination and we'll show you the Frankfurt city break that costs the least. All you then have to do to secure your trip is to make a phone call. Since offers change on a daily basis, to avoid disappointment, ring the number and book today.