Hotel Jaguar-City

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Theobald-Christ Strasse 19, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60316, Germany
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Costs 38% less but rated 47% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Business5

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train from airport to amsterdam

by acloud

My 22 y.o. son will be traveling alone to Frankfurt (FRA) and taking a train to Amsterdam. I've learned from reading posts that there is a train station at the airport. I'm assuming that he will be able to catch his train there. Will that trip be direct to Amsterdam or will he need to change trains? He has already purchased a Eurail Pass. I know that some tickets require a surcharge for a reservation. Will this be one of those situations? If not, does that change once in the Netherlands? Thanks in advance for any help in this matter. This trip has come up quickly and he will be leaving in a few days. We plan on doing as much research as we can, but I have found that VT is always the best source for info.

Re: train from airport to amsterdam

by christine.j

Throughout the day there are several direct trains from the airport to Amsterdam, ICE trains without any surcharge.
You can check times here:
http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

Re: train from airport to amsterdam

by margsch

If you google Deutsche Bahn the first website will be in English, if not click on international guests and then it will go from german to English.
select as departure Frankfurt flughafen fernbahnhof (F,furt airport distance train station) and destination as Amsterdam. The age of the traveller goes somewhere too. I had a look myself and there are direct trains as well as others involving several changes, a nuisance with luggage. I am sure that you can buy a reservation only on this same website, you print if off at home. You must produce this printout and the same credit card when the conductor comes around.
Just make sure you select a train at least 2 hours after the plane lands as your son might be in a different terminal to the trains, terminal 1 basement.

Re: train from airport to amsterdam

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: FRA
To: Amsterdam

will tell you about the connections, if you have to change or not. And if compulsory seat reservation is required or not. It's not required on this route. Thus with an Eurail Pass he can just hop on the train. The pass has to be however validated at the counter once before first use. This can be done in the DB (German Rail) travel centers (ticket counters) at Frankfurt airport.

> If not, does that change once in the Netherlands?
Only for the Thalys Amsterdam - Brussels - Paris. Between Amsterdam and Brussels he can choose however on of the IC trains instead, which don't require a surcharge or compulsory seat reservation. Inside the Netherlands seat reservations are however not even possible.

Re: train from airport to amsterdam

by acloud

thanks all! you have eased a worried mother's mind. i know i can always count on VT to solve my problems!

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

i live in Sachsenhausen, the...

by catweazle

i live in Sachsenhausen, the southern part of frankfurt across the river main. I think it's a beautiful place to live, my ex flatmate thinks it's the most northern part of bavaria. (for her that's negative so she visits me only if i threaten her ;-)

sachsenhausen is actually divided in two parts: on the one hand the sort of bourgeios part with houses from the beginning of the 19th century, well restored, lots of trees and a quiet neighbourhood. strange thing here is, you don't see many foreigners. very germanish neighbourhood, but still nice to live.

the other part is Alt-sachsenhausen. i'll put it under warnings and dangers later.

the inhabitants of frankfurt are not known for their friendliness. you can easily spend an evening in a bar without getting to know anybody. can't be helped, just too many people here that are in frankfurt for 1-2 years to work (mostly) in a bank, earn (and spend) a lot of money and then leave again.

frankfurt itself is rather small. you can get everywhere easily and quickly by foot, bike, public transport. i enjoy the most walking around and look at the buildings and the architecture. the westend (located in the ...west of frankfurt) is perfect for this: you can see a lot of impressive GrĂĽnderzeitbauten (begining of the 19th century) and the synagogue (easily reconizable by police cars in front). btw, the westend is one the most expensive places to live in frankfurt.

Frankfurt Stock Exchange

by codrutz

Home of the DAX - the Stock Exchange in Frankfurt is one of the busiest and well known stock market in the world. Too bad we can't shoot inside...the trading floor is enourmous, and the feeling is full of ... money :))

JP Morgan CCC

by chicabonita

Last wednesday on 18 June this years JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge took place. I joined the run for the 3th time. It is so great and lots of fun. More than 50.000 people join the competition. It's fun to see the different T-Shirts which each company has.

Next Challenge will take place on 16 June 2004

Ort der Stille - Place of Silence

by christine.j

Just a few meters away from the noise of the city, there is the Lourdes Grotto of the Liebfrauenkirche. It's a small square, hidden from the street by a wall and it's supposed to be a place of silence. You can go, sit down and enjoy a moment of peace. Or, if you're religious, you can lighten a candle and put it to the hundreds of others at the Lourdes Grotto.
The grotto was established in 1920 , the statue of Mary is from 1885. This place is one of the very few,which was not destroyed by the bombs in World War II.

You can get there by turning left into the yard of the Liebfrauenkirche. Walk down towards the Roemer from the Zeil and turn left. There is a wall, but an entrance gate has been left.

Comical Art (2): "Struwwelpeter" tree

by MichaelFalk1969

The "Struwwelpeter" is a famous old children`s book named after the protagonist, an unruly boy with a bizarre haircut. The late artist F.K. Waechter has decorated a willow tree in the Schwanheim meadows with a pair of eyes (that glow in the dusk) and named him "Struwwelpeter" - very fitting, as the willow twigs resemble the afro-style haircut of the literary "Struwwelpeter". My first thought was that this tree looks just like an Ent in the "Lord of the Rings" movie.

How to get there: Drive direction Höchst/Schwanheim, then Schwanheim - Rheinlandstrasse. Drive along the Rheinlandstrasse past the small train station and then turn left. Park the car here. Go ca. 100 metres along the wood path parallel to the street past a childrens playground until you see an open meadow. Turn right on the hiking/cycling path and walk ca. 10 minutes until you see the tree on the righthand side (t-junction). A nice hiking path, by the way!

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Address: Theobald-Christ Strasse 19, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60316, Germany