Favourite airline: KLM
The favourite airline for flights from Bristol to Frankfurt is KLM.
KLM
21 %
Air France
18 %
bmi regional
9 %
Stopover flights are the cheapest connection
Flights with a stopover are on average £54.00 cheaper than direct flights.
non stop flight
1 stop
01h 40min
03h 15min
£205
£151
Favourite connection: via Paris - Charles de Gaulle
When booking flights from Bristol to Frankfurt 39 % of travellers prefer to fly via Paris - Charles de Gaulle.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Paris - Charles de Gaulle
14h 35min, from £223
39 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
03h 15min, from £151
25 %
1 stopover Brussels
05h 00min, from £250
14 %

Frankfurt's art and architecture

The city of Frankfurt in Germany is considered to be the gateway to Europe.  It's a friendly destination with plenty of things to do and see.  There are historical buildings nestled alongside modern architecture, fabulous shops, museums, churches, art galleries and public gardens.  

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Best for Frankfurt travel

Frankfurt is an exciting all year round travel and holiday destination.  The summers are warmer than in the UK while the winter months are colder.  Why not arrange a vacation to Frankfurt to coincide with the city's holidays and festivals?  During March and April, Dippemess is a big festival held in the Rhine area. The Carnival known as the Fifth Season  also takes place in February/March.

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Prior to getting to Frankfurt

There are two Frankfurt airports. Frankfurt Main Airport is close to the city centre and easy to reach by public transport. Frankfurt Hahn Airport is used by many low cost airline carriers and it takes around a 2 hour journey time to drive to the city centre.  The cost of living in Frankfurt is generally lower than in the UK.  Eating out in the city's restaurants and cafés is cheaper compared to the UK.

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Frankfurt: Local info

Transport to the city centre is easy to arrange. Take the local trains S8, S9 or RE80, which costs around 4.50 Euros to central Frankfurt.  Remember to buy tickets at the vending machine before boarding. Taxis take about 20 or 30 minutes to reach the city centre. Hostels in Frankfurt will cost you around 20 Euros per person while hotels are available for about 50 Euros per person. It's recommended to book accommodation early especially when the city is holding trade fairs. Frankfurt has a very reliable public transport system. There are trams, S-Bahn, underground and buses. Buy a Frankfurt Card which also includes offers for museums and other attractions. Taxis are more expensive and slower than using public transport. Once you settle into your accommodation, head to the city's tourist office at the main station [Hauptbahnhof]. Alternatively the Romer, one of Frankfurt's most famous landmarks opposite the Old St. Nicholas Church, is also a popular meeting point.

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