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After we receive confirmed payment, we will send you your booking voucher with instructions on where the driver will meet you for your pickup, and local emergency contact numbers in case of any issues.
You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
Changes to your booking are easy and completely free of charge.
Airport transport in Frankfurt will certainly be not a problem, so you can just take things leisurely and only worry about where in the city you’ll want to spend some time. Frankfurt am Main (or simply Frankfurt) is the biggest city in Hesse, Germany. Its airport is one of the busiest in the world because of both touristic and business flights.
The Frankfurt Airport (Flughafen Frankfurt am Main) is 12 kilometers away from the city’s center, so choose your airport transfers carefully. Public transport such as train and taxi are available. There are also car rentals. And of course, you can book a convenient, cost-effective airport transfer with us.
There are also hotels at Frankfurt Airport. You can even find a dog hotel if you are bringing your beloved pet! Note that smoking is not allowed in the terminals. If you need to puff, you will need to go to the smoking booths. Other facilities available in the airport are diaper changing rooms, standup and sit-down internet terminals, 30-minute free Wi-Fi access, baggage counters, pharmacies, bathrooms and shower stalls, dry cleaning, and parking. Take note that parking isn’t free of charge but short term and long term parking is available and there is always enough space for travellers.
After taking your Frankfurt airport transfer, you'll have time to go to your hotel or choose the first tourist spot to visit. You can visit the Romerberg or Romer if you just want to view some traditional German architectural works. The plaza with a fountain at the center is surrounded by restaurants and stores. You can also find several churches in Frankfurt. The Frankfurt Cathedral has a 95-meter tall tower and a neo-gothic style. Tourists are allowed to go right to the top. What you will get is a nice view of the city. If you want another view of the city from the top, you can go to the only tower in the city’s center that’s open to the public. It is not the tallest but still a great choice, especially as other towers don’t have a viewing platform. It is about 200 meters high. There are plenty of museums to visit in Frankfurt. Don't miss the Museum of Ancient Sculpture, which is also called Liebieghaus. There are sculptures from the Middle Ages and Renaissance period. You should also visit the Alte Opera but it no longer hosts regular musical acts. If you are lucky to see the sun when you visit Frankfurt, go to the main river’s side for a stroll. There are various events held throughout the year.
Frankfurt Airport Guide
Flughafen Frankfurt am Main, or most popularly known as Frankfurt Airport, is located in Frankfurt, Germany. It is considered the third busiest airport in Europe, serving more than 15 million passengers. It also has the most number of international flight services destinations.
The airport has 2 major terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, plus the Lufthansa First Class Terminal exclusive for first class passengers only. Terminal 1 is older but also the biggest compared to the other two. First class passengers have privileged access to special facilities such as valet parking, white-linen restaurant, a cigar room as well as a relaxing bubble bath. They are also transferred from the terminal to their aircraft by a Porsche Panamera or a Mercedes Benz S-class.
When landing in Frankfurt airport, one of the initial concerns would be airport transfers. That is not a problem as there are many transportation options. Trains and taxi cabs are available means of transport, but for convenience, there are car rentals and airport transfer services.
During a layover, there’s no need to worry about lodging as there are a lot of hotels in and around the airport. There’s even a dog hotel for those who are bringing along their pets. Some of the hotels are walking distance while others are only a 15-minute drive. There’s the Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel, the Steigenberger Airport Hotel, the Hilton Garden Inn and many others.
Other services and facilities within the airport include baggage counters, diaper changing rooms, pharmacies, dry cleaning, bathrooms and internet terminals. There’s actually a free Wi-Fi access but it is only available for about 30 minutes from first access. There’s also a huge parking lot but there’s a corresponding fee for short or long term parking.
Shopping and enjoyment
Frankfurt airport is not just a gateway in and out of Germany but can also be a place or shopping and enjoyment. Shop for clothes, shoes, accessories and souvenirs or shop at Duty Free and enjoy great discounts.
Also enjoy great food offered by various dining facilities. Enjoy great German and Italian food within the terminal.
When feeling lost, don’t be afraid to approach the information desks visibly located at the arrival and departure halls. There are also touch-screen information kiosks in strategic areas of the terminals.