Cheap Car Hire Frankfurt airport terminal 1 & 2
Cheap 7,8,9 Seater Car and MPV Hire Frankfurt Airport Term 1
Need to hire a car at Frankfurt Airport Terminal 1 or 2? We provide cars and MPV’s from terminals 1 and 2 in Frankfurt airport and Frankfurt railway train station. The Mercedes Viano from Europcar is currently the only 8 seater available at Frankfurt airport. The 7 seater car range includes the Opel Zafira, VW Touran, VW Sharon and VW Caddy all provide 6 or 7 seaters with comfort but limited storage so do consider the larger 8 seater van for 5,6 or 7 passengers
Frankfurt is home to not only the busiest airport in Germany but one of the busiest in Europe. This fact alone makes it notable as being one of Germany’s melting pots of different cultures. It maintains being one of the biggest and most fun cities in Germany. It is known for a great skyline and being in a location near to a plethora of different scenic drives. Seeing as how Frankfurt is a mix of everything, it’s no wonder so many people get stuck and use this wonderful city as their home-base. Frankfurt is home to bankers, students, and everything in between. The city itself has many great sights like Römerberg, the 14th-century town hall as well as the 14th-century cathedral of Dom.
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The little town of Bad Homburg vor de Hohe is just outside of Frankfurt and is often done on a day trip. Along the A661 for around 20 minutes you’ll come to the Landgrave Castle and the Roman Fort, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In this area, you’ll also find the mineral springs at Kurpark as well as have the opportunity to rent a bike and peddle over to Kaiser-Wilhelm-Jubiläumspark. It is truly a fun day out and is easily reached from Frankfurt, making it one of the top places for many families to visit when getting out of the city. The views from the castle are incredibly picturesque and should not be missed!
Heidelberg is a great drive also and takes you across the Odenwald Mountain Range and the Forest of Odes – you’ll also get to the Rhine Valley plains. The Forest of Odes dominates the drive though, seeing as how it has a history dating back to over 400 BC. The forest alone is worth the trip, but you’ll also get to see Ruprecht-Karls-Universität on this drive which is the oldest university in Germany which dates back to 1386.
One last drive that should be done while in Frankfurt is only 45 minutes but is well worth it. Head to the city of Mainz, which dates back to 38 BC. It is home to Germany’s oldest Romanesque cathedral known as Dom St. Martin. The drive to Mainz is easily traveled if you hop on the A60.
Frankfurt in Germany is busy during Easter, Christmas and the summer months.
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