Apartments in Frankfurt – Cheap Holiday Rentals
Frankfurt is a big name in the business and finance world, with high-rise offices soaring above squares and wide boulevards. But it’s also home to a heady dose of culture, too, and is often cited as one of the most liveable cities in the world. Museums and picturesque parks rub shoulders with skyscrapers, whilst the popular university injects the city with a youthful edge. In true German style, the nightlife is second to none, with a whole host of fine dining restaurants, trendy bars, and super clubs. If you’re looking to explore a vibrant city that combines facets of old and new culture, and that boasts a friendly, welcoming personality, then Frankfurt is your city. Discover its many different sides with our collection of Frankfurt apartments. We have boutique flats and affordable holiday rentals dotted throughout the city, so you are free to plot your own German story.
Riverside Museums and Gorgeous Gardens - Things to do in Frankfurt
- Goethe House – Once the family residence of the Goethe family, including Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in the 1800s, this house is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
- Romer – Sitting pretty with chocolate-box architecture, this medieval building is one of the city’s most important landmarks.
- Alte Oper, Frankfurt – A grand opera house that showcases a jam-packed programme of concerts and performances throughout the year.
- Main Tower – This 56-storey skyscraper stands proudly over the Main River and offers a futuristic element to the city’s skyline.
- Naturmuseum Senckenberg – The second largest natural history museum in Germany, the Naturmuseum Senckenberg exhibits displays of wildlife and natural wonders stemming from Frankfurt and beyond.
- Palmengarten – This is one of Frankfurt’s two botanical gardens and the largest of its kind in the country. Here, there are plenty of exotic plants and magical walkways to explore.
- Stadel – The Stadel is an art museum that hosts one of Germany’s most important collections.
- Frankfurt Zoological Garden – With over 4,500 animals, this zoo offers a great day out for all the family. It was founded back in the 1850s and is the second oldest zoo in Germany.
- Frankfurt Cathedral – This Roman Catholic church sits in the centre of Frankfurt and is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew.
- St. Paul’s Church, Frankfurt am Main – Dating back to 1789, St. Paul’s Church is imbued with political symbolism and can be found in the popular Paulsplatz.
- Commerzbank-Arena – An important sports stadium which opened back in 1925. A range of sporting events take place here throughout the year.
- Museumsufer – The area to the south of the Main River is called the Museumsufer because of its collection of top-notch institutions, including the city’s best art gallery, the Stadel.
- Museum fur Moderne Kunst – Founded in 1981, this contemporary museum was the brainchild of architect Hans Hollein and showcases some of the best works by modern artists in the world.
- Liebieghaus – Home to the Stadtische Galerie Liebieghaus, a sculpture museum, this 19th century villa sits along the Main River.
Frankfurt is full of cultural wonders just waiting to be explored, and our selection of apartments in Frankfurt place you right in the centre of all the action.
Because of its huge business and financial prowess, Frankfurt accommodation is predominantly made up of high-rise hotels and plush suites. But there are also a selection of hostels and guesthouses thanks to the city’s youthful culture. There are also a huge number of city centre apartments that give you access to all the major attractions and offer the chance to explore everything the city has to offer.
Jazz and Acrobatics - Live Music Venues in Frankfurt
Frankfurt hosts a great live music scene, and you can find a trendy concert venue on practically every corner. Tigerpalast is known as one of the best venues in town and puts on live cabaret-style shows with eight diverse performances, including acrobats, dancers, and even animal acts. As well as the theatre space, there’s also an on-site fine dining restaurant and a trendy bar.
If you’re more of a music fan, head to Batschkapp which has been showcasing legendary bands since 1976. Famous faces like The Pogues, Supergrass, and Korn have graced the stage at this intimate venue.
For jazz enthusiasts, there’s Jazzlokal Mampf which is one of the hottest jazz and blues venues in town. For the most part, you’ll get to see local German musicians perform, but on rare occasions there are more well-known faces scheduled in. Alternatively, you can pop into Der Frankfurter Jazzkeller, a basement bar that hosts a programme of great jazz events. As well as trendy décor, there’s a great local beer selection and a friendly crowd.
Book one of our Frankfurt apartments so you have a close and comfortable place to stay after a hard night checking out the local live music scene.
Finding Frankfurt – Transport From the Airport to the City Centre
Frankfurt Airport is close to the city centre and is one of the busiest air hubs in Europe, which means there are plenty of ways you can easily get into town. The S-Bahn trains run direct from the airport to various hotspots around the city, with a journey time of less than half an hour. Alternatively, there are air shuttle buses that travel from all the terminals into the centre of the city. Otherwise, you can always hop in a taxi from the stands outside the airport, which offer a quick and relatively cheap way to get to your final destination.
Once you’re in Frankfurt there are a number of public transport options that will help you get around the city. Public bus services are usually the best way to get to grips with the city, with major routes connecting up all the top attractions. It’s also a great city to walk in, too, with plenty of great sights to see along the way. A lot of visitors choose to hire bikes and cycle through the city so they can immerse themselves in the local culture whilst being able to travel quickly from one hotspot to another.