Layover in Frankfurt, Germany
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If you’re flying transatlantic to/from Europe on Lufthansa airlines there is a chance your flight might make a stopover in Frankfurt, Germany. This is what happened to me last year when I was flying from Helsinki back home to Canada. I didn’t want to spend all of my time at the airport, so I got a hotel for the evening (it was an overnight layover). The next morning I went on a short walk to explore some of Frankfurt. Here is the little bit of Frankfurt I got to see on my layover.
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I was only in Frankfurt for about 15 hours, so most of my time was spent getting some sleep at this Comfort Hotel. This hotel was a great option for my layover as it was a short walk to the Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (Central Train Station). It is also about 1.5km away from Römerberg. If you’re coming from the airport there is a train from Frankfurt Airport to Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof which only costs a few Euros. If you have more time to spend in Frankfurt there are plenty of hotel options you can book here.
Have you had a long layover? What did you do?