- By kevin
- On Mar 30, 2018
- Travel Tips
As with about every city in Germany, Frankfurt with its historic landmarks, and visitors looking for a romantic or atmospheric piece of the city. Frankfurt nowdays is a city representative of modern, business-oriented Germany. Just arrange several days to stay they for a short holiday. How to get around Frankfurt? Germany tours from Frankfurt with great deals on Globerouter.com now.
How to Get Around Frankfurt?
Frankfurt has an excellent public transportation system known as the RMV, which is comprised of buses, the U-Bahn subway system, the S-Bahn suburban railway, and Strassenbahn streetcars. Fares are issued by zone and tickets are valid on all parts of the system for an hour after purchase. A single fare in the inner zone costs EUR2.60 during peak morning and evening rush hour times and EUR2.30 the rest of the time. Day tickets cost EUR7.00 or EUR9.10 for the central zone plus airport.
Taxis are a readily available, if expensive, way to get around Frankfurt. A typical five-mile journey costs EUR16.
Leading car rental brands like Europcar and Sixt have outlets at the airport and in the city, and you can rent a car from as little as EUR28 per day. You should note that parking spaces can be difficult to find in tourist hotspots like Sachsenhausen, particularly on weekends. To avoid being towed and fined, park in a garage or Parkhaus for EUR1 per hour or EUR8 per day.