Cheap flights from Jerez to Frankfurt from 269 €

Flight offers Jerez-Frankfurt

Jerez airport

Jerez

Place: North-west of the city, 8 kilometres away View map

How to get to the airport: There are several bus routes for getting to the airport: M-050, M-051 and M-052. The local C-1 route train also runs as far as the airport. Another option is by road, via the N-IV or the AP-4 by taxi or private vehicle.

Terminals: It has one terminal.

Frankfurt airport

Frankfurt

Place: 12 km to the south-east of the city centre View map

How to get to the city: The airport is connected to the city in various ways: by road, on the A3, A5 and A67 motorways; there are bus services from terminal 1 (numbers 61, 900, 73 and the Darmstadt Airliner), in the arrivals area; local, regional and long distance trains. There are taxi ranks at the terminal exits.

Terminals: The airport has 2 terminals, T1 and T2.

FAQs about our cheap Jerez-Frankfurt flights

How to get the cheapest Jerez-Frankfurt flight?

You can save on your Jerez-Frankfurt plane ticket and get the cheapest flight if you avoid peak season, book in advance and are flexible about dates and times for both your outbound and return flight.

What days of the week are cheapest to fly to Jerez-Frankfurt?

To find out which day is the cheapest to fly, just start a search in our cheap flight finder. Tell us where you are flying from, where you want to go and what dates you're thinking of. We'll show you the cheapest flights not only for the date you searched but on surrounding days as well, for both the outbound and return flight, so you can find the best deal. And be sure to look carefully at the different flight options we offer every day: certain times may save you even more on the price of your ticket.

When are the best flight deals to Jerez-Frankfurt?

You can get the cheapest flights by travelling outside peak season. Although it depends on the destination, in general Christmas, Easter and school holidays are peak season. Besides, if you're thinking about a weekend getaway, the earlier you book your flight, the better the price.

What day of the week is best for getting a cheap plane ticket to Jerez-Frankfurt?

You can find cheap flights any day of the week. The key to finding the best deals is to book early and be flexible. Usually, the earlier you book your plane tickets, the cheaper they will be. Besides, if you have some wiggle room as regards dates and times of flights, you'll be able to choose the cheapest price.

How far in advance should I book a flight to Jerez-Frankfurt to get the best deal?

The earlier you book your flights, the better the prices. Prices depend on the remaining seats on the flight and whether the cheapest fares (Economy) are still available or are selling out. So booking in advance is essential to get cheap flights.

Which fare guarantees me the best deal for my flight to Jerez-Frankfurt? 

Iberia offers different fares to guarantee the best deal for your travel needs. The Basic fare guarantees you the cheapest flight.

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Useful information if you're flying to Frankfurt

Hola Frankfurt!

Book one of our cheap flights to Frankfurt and you'll discover a city that's rich in every way. Located on the banks of the River Main, one of its hallmarks is the imposing skyline of modern high-rise buildings. The main one is the Commerzbank Tower by world-renowned Norman Foster, the tallest skyscraper in Germany and the second tallest in Europe. Frankfurt is also home to monuments and architectural ensembles dating back several hundreds of years, although due to bomb damage in the Second World War most of them have recently been rebuilt. The most outstanding attractions are the Gothic cathedral of Saint Bartholomew, St Paul's Church (seat in 1848 of the first democratically elected German parliament), and the Römer, a picturesque mediaeval building.

Unlike other neighbourhoods, Sachsenhausen in the city centre survived the bombings unscathed and today is one of the liveliest places in Frankfurt, with multiple restaurants and bars where you can taste the famous sausages and fine ciders, like the Zum Gemalten Haus and the Wagner. If you prefer cultural tourism, then you have a choice. Most of Frankfurt's museums are located on the banks of the river in what is called the Museumsufer. You'll find the Städel, one of the most important museums in Germany, with works by Rembrandt, Boticelli and Degas, the German Film Museum and Goethe's birthplace.

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