There isn't only one Frankfurt in Germany ... The big Frankfurt is known as Frankfurt / Main and the other one is called Frankfurt / Oder. Main and Oder are both naems of rivers in the this towns. Frankfurt / O. is near the border of Poland and closed by Berlin.more
It is fun to go Inlineskating at the embankment of the river Oder. You can go from Eisenhuettenstadt to the village Wiesenau. It must be nearly 25 kilometer. In the middle ( 10 km ) of the tour you can make a stop in the village Aurith near the embankment and you can enjoy a drink in a beer garden there. This embankment is always great for walking...more
57 euro a night bed and breakfast single . Very comfortable and clean. The outside is pleasant so is...more
Turmstrasse 1, Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, 15234, Germany
Good for: Business
Fürstenwalder Str.47, Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, 15234, Germany
Good for: Couples
Frankfurt Oder is on the main direct rail line between Berlin Germany and Warsaw Poland, at the border. If your journey is not in a rush, Frankfurt Oder is a nice place for a stopover. Train times can be got at www.bahn.de , in english and others.. This site gives train times for the whole of europe,not just Germany.
We were flying in from new york and at the airport wanted to change dollars to euro. Figured out that every exchange counter at the airport was giving 20% lower rates than the actual rates. The actual rates from dollar to the euro was .69, and counter at the airport was giving it for .58. They are cheats and even the hotel was offering .59. Finally we wandered around and got Deutsche bank who gave us .69. If possible stick to withdrawing money from the ATM card from a well known bank and you should not have a problem. Dont use any of these exchanges anywhere else.
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You can walk across the Oder town bridge to the neighbouring Polish town Slubice. I just had to show my ID card, my friends had to show their US passports. Quick and painless procedure. You can also cross the bridge by car, but be prepared that this will take more time. Photo: Cris and I still on the German side, in front of the building where...more