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Frankfurt Airport Car Hire

Book your cheap car hire online for all car rental at Frankfurt Airport, Germany. We have cars available at the airport and all other major locations in Germany including Dussledorf, Munich, Stuttgart and Bremen

Frankfurt airport (FRA) is a major terminal for international flights, and has the largest air-freight terminal in Europe. Situated eight miles southwest of Frankfurt city centre, Frankfurt Airport is a busy hub for travellers visiting the city either on business or for pleasure.

The airport has two main terminals both providing passengers with top class facilities. Branches of banks, ATMs, bureau de change facilities, excellent restaurants, cafés and bars can all be found in the concourses of either terminal. Gift shops, newsagents and duty-free shopping are all available providing an opportunity for the traveller to purchase designer labelled gifts, clothing and jewellery.

Frankfurt Airport Parking

Frankfurt Airport provides extensive car parking facilities. There are plentiful spaces for short and long-term parking in underground and multi storey facilities that allow swift access to the terminal complexes. Disabled passenger parking areas are also provided. Frankfurt Airport also provides exclusive spaces for female passengers.

Places to visit in Frankfurt

With your car hired from the airport you will be within a short drive of Frankfurt and its surrounding countryside. Frankfurt has been a trading centre since the 13th century. Today it is still a major commercial and manufacturing centre and home to the European Central Bank, hosting numerous trading fairs on books, cars, consumer goods and technology.

Standing on the banks of the River Main and Germany's only city of skyscrapers, the city is ironically known as 'Mainhattan' in recognition of its architectural and economic parallels with its Trans - Atlantic neighbour in the Big Apple'.

The city has been a commercial centre since the thirteenth century. Today the European Central Bank has its home here. In contrast to the central district's skyscrapers, the Sachsenhausen area is packed with half-timbered houses and traditional cider taverns lining the narrow, winding streets of old cobblestones.

Frankfurt is a vibrant cultural centre with world-class opera, theatre and ballet. Its most famous son is Goethe, Germany's premier poet, who has had a museum established in his memory.

For the gourmet, a wide selection of multi cultural cuisine can be found in Frankfurt. Mediterranean, Thai, Japanese, Latin American and of course German. The city's most famous speciality is Frankfurter Wurstchen, a long, thin, smoked pork sausage that is very much superior to the hot dog you may be used to. Frankfurt Crown Cake with its delicious praline topping is also a local speciality to die for. 'Ebbelwoi', an apple wine, is the classic regional drink and is commonly found in traditional taverns. Served in decorative clay pitchers, it comes in varying strengths, some of which are deceptively strong.