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Frankfurt is more than just a financial hub with an airport. The German city on the Main is bright, creative and has some incredible nightlife. With interesting museums, a beautiful old town and an impressive skyline, Frankfurt, Germany's little "Mainhatten", is definitely worth a visit!
Hostels in Frankfurt are as hip and international as the city itself. Here you can meet travellers from all over the world and, thanks to their perfect location, move quickly and easily through the city. Close to the main stations and with free breakfast, free pasta nights and even hosting music gigs, your Frankfurt hostel will be way more than just a place to stay. You can choose dorms to meet other travellers, or if you prefer a quieter place, stay in a private room - which in some hostels includes a TV (Netflix and chill?) and a bath.
Most Frankfurt hostels are located in the city centre, near the main train station as well as all the important places such as the shopping mile, interesting museums, the Main, plus all of the best bars and clubs. If you’re just passing through or have an early flight, there are hostels to choose from near Frankfurt airport. If you’re visiting Frankfurt for one of its many exhibitions, choose a hostel in artistic Gallus.
Spend your day hopping around Frankfurt’s exciting museums, such as the Deutsches Filmmuseum or the Städel Museum on the Museumsufer. Stroll through the old town past the Römerberg, the Paulskirche, the old opera house and the imperial cathedral of St. Bartholomew, before strolling through the city’s market hall. Fancy flying high? The Main Tower offers a 360-degree view over the city and will put you on equal footing with Frankfurt’s impressive skyline. Take a walk along the banks of the Main and dive into Frankfurt's vibrant nightlife in the evening.
The trams, subway, S-Bahn and many buses bring you quickly to your destination in Frankfurt. There are also buses at night, so you can safely return from the club to your hostel bed. The main provider of public transport in Frankfurt is the Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt am Main (VGF), where you can get a ticket quickly and easily. There’s also the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsbund (RMV) which operates within the city and regionally. A regular train runs from Frankfurt Airport to the city centre; it takes 40 minutes and will cost you around €5.