Booking airport transfers in Frankfurt am Main
Like many other cities in Germany, Frankfurt am Main has more than a thousand year history. It is located in central Germany, on the banks of the River Main. Frankfurt was first mentioned in 794, gained strength and power in the time of the Roman Empire, and was almost completely destroyed by bombing the Allies during the Second World War. After the war, some of the historical buildings were restored and now Frankfurt am Main became a strange mixture of modern buildings, the tallest skyscraper in Europe and medieval buildings.
Currently Frankfurt am Main is the largest city in the state of Hesse. It is financial, cultural and economic center (where the headquarters of the European Central Bank and the German Stock Exchange DAX are situated), but the most important, it is a great place for recreation and tourism. By the way, Frankfurt am Main is one of the most popular cities among tourists interested in shopping and is currently ranking second place of shoppers popularity (after the Bavarian capital — the city of Munich), overtaking Berlin, Dusseldorf and Hamburg. Frankfurt am Main is convenient to travel from it both inside Germany and to Europe. If you are coming to the city or planning to leave it, it would be very convenient to book the transfer from us.
The main train station in Frankfurt am Main is Frankfurt Hbf. It is a major transport hub in Germany: 1,700 trains per day on working days and more than 350,000 passengers pass it daily. Here you also may find electric trains (S) and the underground (U). The capitals and cities of other European countries, are extremely close. For example, you need to travel to Paris (France) just 3 hours 49 minutes, to Amsterdam (Netherlands) — 3 hours 37 minutes, to Brussels (Belgium) — 3 hours 17 minutes, to Basel (Switzerland) — 2 hours 52 minutes, etc.
There is a tourist center in the main hall of rail station. There is the bus station next to Frankfurt Hbf. So if you want to take a ride on a comfortable bus, you should come to the same place. For those wishing to do so, we offer to book (reserve) the transfer from us. The bus ride, for example, to Paris, will cost two times cheaper than the train.
Frankfurt am Main Airport, or as it is called Rhein-Main is Germany's largest airport. It ranks third in Europe in terms of passenger traffic after London's “Heathrow” and Paris' “Charles de Gaulle”.
Frankfurt Airport information board includes a list of 62 airlines. Frankfurt Airport is an ideal transit point because of its central location and the excellent conditions of communication. The airport has two large and one small terminal for VIP-guests. There are only five halls. Between the terminals cruise a free bus and train on hovercraft — Sky Line. On the fourth floor of both terminals there are transit and public areas where Sky Line stops.
Basic services for travelers are concentrated in Terminal 1: many shops and cafes, offices of banks, post office, pharmacy, medical facility, telephone, Wi-Fi zones and terminals for Internet access. Permanent exhibitions and galleries devoted to aviation and travel are also situated here. We offer you to book the transfer to the airport from any spot of the city in advance. You may also reserve the transfer from Frankfurt am Main to other cities, for example, Bonn, Heidelberg, Nuremberg etc.
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