A city like no other – Frankfurt
Frankfurt is anything but run-of-the-mill, with its breathtaking skyline, quaint charm and unique atmosphere. Skyscrapers emblazoned with the names of Germany's biggest banks rise up in Frankfurt's Westend. You can see them almost "eye-to-eye" when your plane comes in to land at Germany's largest airport. Air travelers can check in at IntercityHotel Frankfurt Airport and then settle back in comfort as public transportation whisks them downtown. Fun stops on a city tour of Frankfurt am Main include the Frankfurt Zoo and the exhibition grounds. To rest your feet, drop in at a traditional cider tavern in the district of Sachsenhausen. Sightseeing with a spectacular backdrop Modern skyscrapers are everywhere to be seen, even if your destination is the neoclassical Stock Exchange building or the baroque Alte Oper (old opera). Frankfurt may seem imposing and cosmopolitan, but its historic center – the "Römerberg" – is quaint and charming. If sporting events take place in town, the historic Town Hall often welcomes the high-profile athletes in front of cheering guests.
right by the hotel
Prices: € 21/day
Fernbahnhof Frankfurt Airport
Distance: 4.5 km
Estimated taxi fare: € 12 (one way)» Search for saver fares
Distance: 4.0 km
Estimated taxi fare: € 12 (one way)
Our shuttlebus runs every 30 minutes to and from all terminals.
€7 per person and stay.
Free for children under 12.
Service starts at 4:45 am from the hotel to the airport and the final trip of the day is from the airport to the hotel at 12:30 am. The journey takes about 6-8 minutes.
Terminal 1: Arrivals level, hall b and exit 5
Terminal 2: Gates D/E
Due to construction work on Terminal 1, stops are currently changing regularly. For current stops, please refer to Frankfurt Airport’s website www.frankfurt-airport.de and refer to the signage on site.
A highlight: Airport tours
You can see the preparation that goes into a super-jumbo flight as part of an airport tour. There are various routes to suit every planespotter, enabling you to get an extensive view behind the scenes of Germany's biggest commercial airport. If you fancy taking a tour, you can even choose its thematic focus.
Discover the Commerzbank Arena
Sports fan can look forward to a very special experience at the Commerzbank Arena, formerly known as the "Waldstadion" (forest stadium),in Frankfurt: By taking a tour, you can get to know one of Germany's greatest football stadiums and find out all about the history of the tradition-steeped Eintracht Frankfurt club. You will visit the subs’ benches, go through the tunnel onto the pitch and take a seat on the trainer's bench.