Maingau Hotel

Schifferstrasse 38-40, Frankfurt, Hesse, D-60594, Germany
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Forum Posts

Enough time for connection?

by monicarc

In GENERAL, please let me know if roughly an hour and a half is enough time to make a connection--arriving 8:55am from USA on Lufthansa, connecting also on Lufthansa to Dubrovnik at 10:30am. We will have checked baggage. Yes, I know there are many factors that play into making connections, so please, no lectures!!! thanks!

Re: Enough time for connection?

by xymmot

You should have no problem as long as you have no problems. If plane is on schedule, the airlines connection to their plane is fine. have fun Cheers Tommy x

Re: Enough time for connection?

by Dabs

If you google minimum connection time for Frankfurt it's listed as 45 minutes on most websites. Lufthansa's website recommends a connection time of 2 hours.

Re: Enough time for connection?

by christine.j

Croatia is not in Schengen and so you will have to go through passport control. You say, you have checked baggage, do you mean it's checked through all the way to Croatia? If so, I think you can make it. But if you have to go to baggage claim, get your luggage and check it in again, it looks very tight to me. I've been waiting often for friends or family members coming from the USA, and it could take up to one hour for them to get their luggage.

Re: Enough time for connection?

by leics

I agree with Christine. If you have to collect your bags and then re-check them it is very tight and allows no leeway for delays of any type. Frankfurt is a huge and very busy airport.

Airlines do not offer connections which they consider to be impossible....but they also do not allow for all possibilities (such as you having to pass through passport control).

If your bags will be checked through to your onward flight it will be much easier, of course.

Re: Enough time for connection?

by HansDK

Croatia is not in Schengen
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...and USA is not in Schengen. So why pass passport control? Or do you have to pass twice? Entering Schengen and leaving Schengen?

When both flights are on Lufthansa on one ticket your luggage will be checked through to your final destination.

Re: Enough time for connection?

by GrumpyDiver

It looks like you are booked on the same Lufthansa ticket, which means the airline feels you should make it. In the unlikely event that you do not make the connection, Lufthansa will rebook you on their next available flight to Dubrovnik. This is one advantage on booking through a single ticket.

Your bags should be checked through as you are connecting on the same airline and you are not going to clear customs in Germany. You are not actually entering the country, this means you are a "transit" passenger, and if things go normally, you have lots of time for the connection (unless the inbound flight is really late).

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Germany is crisp and clean!!

by Carrasco

I visited Germany in 2002, I was actually in Ansbach and Illesheim, 2 small towns South of Frankfurt. I must say, Germany was beautiful. Very clean place. The airport was quiet, easy to understand the signs, logically built. The roads were awesome, I live in South MS, USA and the roads there suck. In Germany they were awesome, the Autobahn is great, nice roads, very quiet. I spent some time in Southern Germany mostly, I was there for 2 weeks. Most everyone spoke a little english.

Dom kirche - the Dome - is the...

by barcodex

Dom kirche - the Dome - is the highest church in town, and as I heard, it is the only church that did not harm from 1944-1945 bombardments. Unfortunately, it was on restauration when I was in Frankfurt - hope to see it in all its beauty when I will return. Photo is taken from Eisener Steg bridge.

VT meetings

by tini58de

As I already mentioned in my Introduction the reason for actually visiting a little of Frankfurt was an invitation to a VT meeting! We had so much fun!!! Apart from the pictures here in my Frankfurt travelogues, make sure to have a look at nemorino's fabulous VT meeting travelogue!

Hungerharke besides the A5

by chicabonita

Besides the highway A5 near exit "Zeppelinheim" is a monument which remembers the Berlin Airlift in 1948/49. During the cold war the Soviets blocked all ways to Berlin by land and water. To avoid that the west part of the city would also be taken over by the Soviets the Western Powers decided to supply Berlins inhabitants with the necessities of life by air. The monument showing eastwards symbolises the three air corridors to Berlin. In Berlin-Templehof you find the same monument, just showing westwards. The people called the airplanes "Candy Bomber".

I only see the monument by passing by. I don't know if you can really "visite" it.

Rhön

by MichaelFalk1969

The Rhön is a hilly area roughly 1 hour northeast of Frankfurt whith excellent hiking possibilities. A good base to explore the region would be the little town of Gersfeld. From there, you can easily reach the hiking tracks around the Red Moor and the Black Moor, the Open Air Museum in Fladenburg or the Wasserkuppe, the highest mountain of the area.

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Address: Schifferstrasse 38-40, Frankfurt, Hesse, D-60594, Germany