3 day weekend in Frankfurt

Visit the german city of Frankfurt at your own pace, with its mixture of rich history and modernity, and also spend some time on the Rhine river.

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Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a high-powered finance and business hub, home to one of the world’s largest stock exchanges and the gleaming headquarters of the European Central Bank, and famously hosts some of the world's most important trade fairs, attracting thousands of business travellers.

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Rudesheim

Some three million day-tripping coach tourists descend on Rüdesheim each year. The town centre – and especially its most famous feature, a medieval alley known as Drosselgasse – is kitschy and colourful, but there's also wonderful walking in the greater area, which is part of the Rheingau wine region, famed for its superior Rieslings.

ITINERARY

Day 1

Frankfurt


Arrival at the Frankfurt airport and transfer to the hotel by private car. After arrival at the hotel is free.
Stay at 4-star hotel in Frankfurt city centre.



Day 2

Frankfurt, Rudesheim


Breakfast at the hotel
One day excursion to the Rhine area. Head to Rüdesheim by public transport (approx. 1 hour from FRA main station) and get the Rhine Cruise from Rüdesheim afternoon. Until the start of the cruise, you can enjoy Rüdesheim with German wine and food. There is a cable car to go to Niederwalddenkmal which is a monument located on the hill. From there, you can enjoy the beautiful view with the valley of the Rhine. After enjoying Rüdesheim, join the Rhine Cruise and head to St.Goarshausen. After arriving at St.Goarshausen, you can take a walk around the small city and head back to Frankfurt by public transport. (Time table of Rhine cruise after October 2020 is not yet confirmed, please ask it before the booking)



Day 3

Frankfurt


Breakfast at the hotel
Keep your luggage at the hotel storage. Morning hop on hop off bus tour in Frankfurt city. Enjoy the international city that combines modern and historical. After having lunch.


Städel Museum /
Founded in 1815, this world-renowned art gallery has an outstanding collection of European art from masters including Dürer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Picasso and Cézanne, dating from the Middle Ages to today. More contemporary works by artists including Francis Bacon and Gerhard Richter are showcased in a subterranean extension lit by circular skylights.


Romer Platz /
The Römerberg is Frankfurt’s old central square. Ornate gable half-timbered buildings,
reconstructed after WWII, give an idea of how beautiful the city’s medieval core once was.

Alte Oper /
Inaugurated in 1880, the Italian Renaissance-style Alte Oper anchors the western end of the Zeil-Fressgass pedestrian zone. Burnt out in 1944, it narrowly avoided being razed and replaced with 1960s cubes. But it was reconstructed between 1976 and 1981. Other than the mosaics in the lobby, the interior – closed except during concerts – is modern.


Back to the hotel and pick up your luggage. Pick up at the hotel by the driver and transfer to Frankfurt airport.

Included

● Accommodation for 2 nights with breakfast
● Airport transfer(Day 1 & 3) by Private car
● One way Rhine River Cruise ticket with reservation
● 1 day hop on hop off bus ticket

Not Included

● Cost of public transport
● Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry and Tips
● City tax to be paid to the hotel
● Travel insurance
● Anything not specifically mentioned in “Service includes”

Please note that this tour will be subject to any social distancing measure taking place in this country and some modifications may apply to any activity per the requested period of travel. Please consult us for more information.

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