Cheap flights from Madrid to Frankfurt

Madrid airport

Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas

Place: Madrid View map

How to get to the airport: The Madrid Metro network connects the airport with the city. You can also get to Barajas on the local rail network, on the express bus or the city and inter-city bus routes that stop at the airport.Taxis also have direct access to Madrid airport.

Terminals: Terminal 1, 2, 3 and 4

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.

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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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