Frankfurt Flights GuideFrankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany, cut through by the Main River. Some of the main attractions are the Frankfurt City Forrest, Kaiserdom, Senckenberg Museum, Stadel Museum, Main Tower, Romberberg, Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art, the Old Opera House, St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, Zoo Frankfurt, the Eschenheimer Tower, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and the Palm Garden.
Frankfurt offers nonstop flights to Berlin, Munich, and Hamburg. You can also take the train from Frankfurt to Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Dusseldorf, and Stuttgart. Each of these cities is also accessible by car.
Frankfurt has a temperate oceanic climate with daily averages from 34.9°F in January to 68°F in July. May through October receive the most precipitation on average with peak rainfall in July.The best time to visit Frankfurt is from April to September when hours of sunshine exponentially increase from winter and the temperatures rise to a comfortable level.
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