|Distance from hotel||Time*||KM|
|Stadion am Halberg||7 '||4|
|Frankfurt Arena||40 '||49|
|Frankfurt Airport||30 '||43|
|Wiesbaden Train Station||17 '||12|
Frankfurt – the financial centre, the European city, the traffic hub, the smallest metropolis in the world. When you think of the city on the Main, you think of the Frankfurt Airport, the Paulskirche and Goethe, the Stock Exchange, the Book Fair and the skyline. No doubt about it: Frankfurt brings opposites together. A global city where international flair meets homey cosiness. Part of the unmistakable style of the city are the museums along the banks of the River Main, the bold high-rise architecture, the thinkers of the Frankfurt School as well as the Grüne Soße, Ebbelwei (apple wine) and Frankfurter sausages. And last but not least, and indeed difficult to believe, the financial metropolis is not a concrete jungle, but rather a very green city!