Car Hire Frankfurt Airport
Find car rental at Frankfurt Airport
Pick up your car rental from Frankfurt Airport quickly and easily. Frankfurt Airport is a major international airport and is by far the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany.
Frankfurt itself is a short drive from the airport. The roads are easy to navigate for tourists and the city is home to many amazing sights such as Goethe House Museum the Altstadt (Old Town) and the Römerberg – a square that hosts an annual Christmas market.
From there, explore the surrounding German areas in the comfort of your own hire car.
Address & Contact DetailsFlughafen Frankfurt, Terminal 1+2 Hugo Eckner Ring, Frankfurt, 60549. Tel: 06969027771
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Where to go from Frankfurt Airport
After you've collected your Avis hire car, it will take you 20 minutes from Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport to drive to central Frankfurt. Frankfurt is known as the most international city in Germany and is a large financial hub, with one of the world’s largest stock exchanges.
Frankfurt has an impressive skyline. The observation deck of the Main Tower, standing at 200 metres high, is the best place to view the city. Another grand building is the cathedral, the Kaiserdom, with its Gothic Tower It’s unusually built of red sandstone and was rebuilt after a fire all but destroyed it in 1867, and again after WW2.
The Naturkundemuseum Senckenberg (Natural History Museum) has an astounding collection of fossils, interesting and rare exhibits and Europe’s only complete diplodocus dinosaur remains.
Road trips from Frankfurt Airport
Why not drive the ‘German Romantic Road’ route starting in Frankfurt and experience fairy-tale castles, picturesque towns and stunning countryside? The great thing about renting an Avis hire car is that you can stop off along the way at your leisure.
Known as ‘the Pearl of the Romantic road’ due to its beautiful buildings and location. Visit The Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the former home of the Prince Bishops, one of the grandest palaces in Europe. The mirrored hall is particularly stunning, as are the elaborately decorated state rooms. Baroque in style, it is surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens. Würzburg is also home to one of the oldest churches in Germany and the Fortress Marienberg, which looms over the city.
Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber (the red castle on the Tauber) is a picturesque and quaint medieval town, where you’ll find narrow streets, turrets, fountains and towers. Walk along the city walls and climb to the top of the town hall for stunning views. There are a number of museums to enjoy including the Christmas museum, the Doll and Toy museum and the Medieval Criminal museum.
An interesting town, which sits within a crater left by a meteorite. Nördlingen is very well preserved with its outer wall is very much intact, its one of the few remaining medieval towns in Germany. There are some interesting museums to check out including the Town Wall Museum and the Bavarian Railway Museum.
Neuschwanstein is a castle that resembles a fairy-tale castle and is said to have inspired Walt Disney and Wagner. The Hohenschwangau is another castle, located across the valley from Neuschwanstein and the childhood residence of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. These are the some of the most visited castles in Europe.