Crown Hotel

Moselstrasse 30, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60329, Germany
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Frankfurt in December

by crmartins

I'm thinking about going to Frankfurt in december

I have some doubts, althought

- Is frankurt hann (Ryanair airport) far form the city center?
- At what time it gets dark by that time?
- Do you know any hostel/hostal/hotel cheap and nice?


Thank you in advance

catarina

Re: Frankfurt in December

by HansDK

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is located approximately 125 km from the city of Frankfurt am Main.

Re: Frankfurt in December

by K_V_B

The "Frankfurt Hahn" is in, Hahn. It is really in the middle of nowhere (and actually even nearer to Luxemburg than Frankfurt).
After landing you will spend alomst two hours on a bus before you're in Frankfurt itself.
In mid December the suns sets around half past four in that part of the World.

Re: Frankfurt in December

by crmartins

uou!



thank you...

Re: Frankfurt in December

by nhoolb

As I said in your Riga post:

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/sunrise.html

Re: Frankfurt in December

by lostsooner55

For hostels in Frankfurt am Main, (the big Frankfurt,lol): (www.hostelword.com). The Frankfurt Hahn airport does have a web site that includes links for the busses to Frankfurt Main. There will be Christmas Markets in Frankfurt am Main, Mainz, and Heidelberg during the time of your visit. The markets are usually quite fun. Speaking of Heidelberg and Mainz, both are good day trips from Frankfurt. There is a very pretty old quarter of the city in Heidelberg which has a large pedestrian-only area. There is also the Heidelberg Castle. You might wish to visit the web site for the "Frankfurt Card". It is a card for tourists to save money on public transit and admissions to museums,etc. A world-wide site for events: (www.whatsonwhen.com). Gary

Re: Frankfurt in December

by crmartins

thank you...

I'm divided by the 2 destinations but those sunset times can't make me decide


;)

thanks. it was useful!

Re: Frankfurt in December

by abalada

If you travel in December before Christmas: Christmas Markets (and for them an early sunset is quite nice for the atmosphere)

Trier (closer to Hahn than Frankfurt, Germany's oldest city)
http://www.trier.de/
http://www.trierer-weihnachtsmarkt.de/

Bernkastel-Kues (small medieval town in the Moselle valley)
http://www.bernkastel.de/new2008/cms/front_content.php?idart=234&idcat=167
http://www.weihnachtsmarkt-bernkastel-kues.de

Of course Frankfurt has also its Christmas Market
http://www.frankfurt-tourismus.de/cms/tourismussuite/en/events_trade_fairs_messe_frankfurt/christmas_market_Frankfurt_xmas.html

Re: Frankfurt in December

by RhineRoll

Koblenz also has a very nice x-mas market and is quite well reached from Hahn airport (only 35 km, frequent bus).

http://www.weihnachtsmarkt-koblenz.de/en/startseite/index.html

In case you go for "The Hahn", be sure to don a really warm and weatherproof jacket, the airport sits on a 600 m high hilltop and often receives nasty snow and sleet showers. Some aircraft parking positions require about 300 metre walking till reaching the airport building, enough to be thoroughly soaked and chilled!

Win,
who experienced this once last December when flying from Hahn to London Stansted

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt am Main Tip

by Arual

Strange, I miss the trains. I miss walking to the station in Langen, getting on the train and going to class. I miss hanging out with my sidekick Joe, and getting on the train, bus, streetcar and exploring the city. That taxi driver that would always be there for me when I would return home after a 'stamtisch' at Fabrik.

Public Art - Mercury Fountain

by yooperprof

This cute little Mercury Statue - a fountain in the warm months of the year - stands opposite the huge Frankfurt Messe/Conference Center, in a small park honoring Germany's post World War II economic guru Ludwig Erhard. What's the connection with the messenger god, you might ask?

Well, our friend the god Mercury is very fast, that's why he delivers flowers in his spare time. And along the way, he's become a patron of merchants in general. "On time delivery" is what it's all about.

Hugo Lederer (1870-1940) was the sculptor.

Discovering Frankfurt By Bicycle

by Weissdorn

Renting a bike in Frankfurt used to be next to impossible. As a visitor to Frankfurt, you had to take your bike with you. For travels overseas, that was usually a hassle, because of the special packing requirements for a bike on a plane. Nowadays, the Deutsche Bahn has set up a series of stations in larger cities where you can rent a bike ? for a day or a week or even a month if you like. Their program is called Call-A-Bike , and all you have to do to get a bike is to call the number below. You use your credit card as a deposit and to pay the rental fees, and to register as a customer. Registration costs only 5 Euro, but this is credited towards your first rental. You can rent a bike for 0.06 Euro per minute, or 15 Euro a day, or 60 Euro a week. You might think, ?Oh what a drag! I have to go to the Main Train Station in Frankfurt to pick up the bike and drop it back off!? Guess what! You don't have to, because they have rental bike stations placed all over Frankfurt! But how do they do this? Every Call-A-Bike is locked with an electronic lock, that can be opened using a number code. If the lock is blinking green you can enter the code and unlock the bike. If it's red, then you just call the number on the lock, and ask them to release the lock where you are. When you don't want to use the bike anymore, you just park it on the corner of a major intersection in Frankfurt, and call in to have them lock the bike.
This is a great idea for people how have Eurail passes and want to ride a bike around the cities they visit. You don't have to drag a bike with you on the train, and you don't have to worry about your bike ? thank the electronic locking system. Call-A-Bike not only has bikes for Frankfurt, but for most larger cities in Germany, too.

If you REALLY have nothing...

by VincenZzo

If you REALLY have nothing else to do.... I mean REALLY nothing... you could come in the airport and take a better picture of the weird passenger's train... I would be REALLY happy to see it. Wow... isn't it wonderful :) Bet you can't get a better one!

Comical Art (1) / "Grüngürtel-Rundweg"

by MichaelFalk1969

A hiking/jogging/cycling-path ("Grüngürtelrundweg") of 60 km surrounds Frankfurt and is very popular as a recreational area in all seasons. The late artist F.K. Waechter donated some of his nature-themed works (based on his comical drawings) to the city of Frankfurt - they are now on display in the open, along the "Grüngürtel" path. Among them are a giant woodpecker, an oak with "monster children", an owl wearing a lambswool pullover and "Struwelpeter" (a willow tree with eyes that glow in the dark). These are no big sights, but if you happen to stay longer in Frankfurt or if you are looking for a nice nature spot in the vicinity of the city, this is the place.

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