Hotel Aurelia

Arnoldshainerstrasse 16, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60489, Germany
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Eintracht v Hannover, plus local sunday match

by AFCB

Dear all,

I am visiting Frankfurt with a friend 21-24th of this month.

We plan to watch Eintracht v Hannover on the Saturday. Will this sell out? We are travelling over from the UK and cannot speak german so it is difficult to buy tickets beforehand.

Also we plan to see a match on Sunday, either at Mainz or Wiesbaden. Are these areas included in the Frankfurt zone 50 (i.e valid for a tageskarte).

I presume Wiesbaden match tickets will be easier to secure than Mainz ones?

Kind Regards
Paul

Re: Eintracht v Hannover, plus local sunday match

by chicabonita

No, Mainz or Wiesbaden are not included in the Frankfurt zone. Even the airport is not include in the Franfurt zone which is zone 5000.

But the "hessenticket" could be an option for you to go at least to Wiesbaden.

Re: Eintracht v Hannover, plus local sunday match

by abalada

> Will this sell out?
At the moment approx. 30% of the tickets are still available.

> We are travelling over from the UK and cannot speak german so it is difficult to buy tickets beforehand.
http://www.eintracht.de/english/about_eintracht/
order form for tickets in English
http://www.eintracht.de/english/about_eintracht/Bestellformular_GB_TK_0708.pdf

> Are these areas included in the Frankfurt zone 50 (i.e valid for a tageskarte).
No. Different zones. But you can buy day tickets also for Frankfurt+Mainz/Wiesbaden (latter will be always both included).
Mini group (2-5 persons) day ticket for this case will be EUR 22,00. Coverd are the zones: 3700, 5000, 6400, 6500, 6600, 5090, 2645, 3570, 3670, 3675, 5171, 6359
http://www.rmv.de

BUT - e.g. the match ticket for Eintracht vs. Hannover will cover public transport to/from the stadium in the whole RMV area (which stretches a lot further than Frankfurt/Mainz/Wiesbaden). One reason to get the match tickets in advance.

> I presume Wiesbaden match tickets will be easier to secure than Mainz ones?
1. FSV Mainz 05 - FC St. Pauli
87% are already sold. Guess this one will book out.
ticket shop
https://www2.eventimsports.de/shops/index.php3?shopid=94&sec_server=1&1217846735
"Ticket orders from outside Germany will not be sent. For further information please read the FAQ."

SV Wehen Wiesbaden vs. RW Oberhausen
ticket shop (at least halfway in English)
http://www2.reservix.de/reservation/plan_reservation_back.php?eventID=68573&eventGrpID=18104&presellercheckID=&langID=2

Also the Mainz 05 and Wehen match tickets will cover RMV transport to/from the stadium. If you can get hold of the tickets in advance ;-)

Re: Eintracht v Hannover, plus local sunday match

by Kakapo2

When I was still living in Germany a game Frankfurt vs. Hannover would never have sold out unless both teams would have done really well. As both teams are far from the top you can be rather sure that you will get tickets on the day.

Although Wehen's stadium (Wiesbaden) has only 13,000 seats I cannot imagine it sells out against Oberhausen. Oberhausen is no team that would attract spectators in away stadiums, and is not doing very well.

Mainz is first in the table, so the stadium (capacity 20,000) can always fill up. Their fans are hot and the opponent (St. Pauli) is ranking high in the table, so it could be difficult to get a ticket on the day.

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Bornheim - The Secluded Part of Frankfurt

by Weissdorn

Many visitors stroll up and down the Zeil and the Römer, and wonder, "Where are all the Frankfurters?" Answer: "They're hiding in Bornheim!" After working there for 5 years, I tend to think of the Bornheimers as the most Frankfurterish of all Frankfurters, but they consider themselves Bornheimers. Bornheim is the North-East Corner of Frankfurt - neither the posh district nor the ghetto, but it's that corner of Frankfurt that has kept it's true Frankfurt character throughout the decades. The best way to see it is to walk up and down the whole Berger Strasse, the street that runs right through the middle of Bornheim. Trendy sidewalk cafes on weekends are nice, pleasant to sit outside on in summer, and not too loud like a lot of other parts of Frankfurt, such as the Zeil or the Römer. They aren't as pricey as Fressgasse or the Römer either. They all have affordable menues. The service is usually friendlier. There are also lots of interesting boutiques and shops, and a cinema that shows art films, and still shows the Rocky Horror Picture Show in full original length.

Blue stanta

by shiran_d

Although it is often considered a dreary place of all work and no play, Frankfurt in fact offers visitors a lively and impressive cultural scene that provides a welcome diversion from its hard-nosed business activities.

Darmstadt

by antistar

Just 15 minutes away from Frankfurt Hbf by ICE, or 38 minutes by S-Bahn, is the former artist colony city of Darmstadt. It's an historic old city, if a little grubby these days, but the highlight of the whole show is worth a visit on its own. Up on top of a small hill overlooking the city center is a park containing the art deco Wedding Tower, the ostentacious Russian Chapel, and the turn of the century Artists Colony, replete with wonderful self-designed houses for the artists.

In addition the city has some great museums, and an appealing and centrally located palace. Don't be put off by the couple of kilometers of traffic ridden streets that lead from the station to the center and then on to the Wedding Tower: it's worth it in the end.

>>>My Darmstadt Page<<<

Museum of Modern Art

by xiquinho

The Museum für Moderne Kunst is known colloquially as the 'slice of cake' thanks to its odd triangular shape. The museum houses a fine collection of modern art and is particularly strong on 1960s pop art and more recent installationists including Nam June Paik and Bill Viola.

10 Domstrasse (Romer metro), Closed Mon.

Gummi Bears

by lenoreva about Bärentreff

Bärentreff is a great store on the Zeil that sells a German speciality - Gummi Bears (but not only bears - they have gummi candy in all shapes, sizes, and flavors). I always spend a ton of Euro in there! To get there, take the subway (lines U1, U2, or U3) to Hauptwache and walk down the Zeil in the direction of Konstablerwache. Turn left on the street (Schäfergasse) directly after the department store 'Hertie'. 1 Kilo bags of gummi candy for 5.10 Euro. My favorite kinds are Frucht-Buttermilch Flaschen (made with buttermilk), Soft-Bären (made with Yogurt), and the sea animal mix. You can also get sour ones, ones without sugar, etc.

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