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These campervans are available at our local depot in Frankfurt. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Frankfurt
Our depot is located 20 minutes away from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) and a 30-minute drive from the city centre. Starting your road trip in Frankfurt? If you're arriving by airplane, we’ll pick you up at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your campervan. After returning your van at our depot, we’ll drive you back to the airport. Free of charge in regular hours, of course.
On-street parking in Frankfurt city-centre is tricky and also expensive at around €1.00 per 20 minutes. While there are car-parks within the city that charge €1.00 - 3.00 per hour, a better option is one of the cheap Park and Rides on the outskirts of the city such as P+R Nieder-Eschbach or P+R Kalbach, both 20 minutes from the city centre.
Hire a campervan in Frankfurt and stay at one of the several camping grounds within easy reach of the city. For example, Campingplatz Mainkur, 14 minutes from Frankfurt, located on the banks of the river Main, and where you’re able to take the bus into the city centre. There’s also Nature Lovers Morfelden-Walldorf campsite, 20 minutes from the city centre, or Campingplatz Dreieich-Offenthal which has a pool.
From its skyline of shimmering skyscrapers to its rich intellectual heritage, this international powerhouse is an ultramodern melting pot of arts, culture, and people.
Frankfurt is a truly cosmopolitan city. One in three residents in the city aren’t German and more than 100 different languages are spoken on a daily basis. This open spirit and knack for cultural exchange flow deep in the riverside city, which has long been a centre for trade and a hub of different influences, ideas, and attitudes. Perhaps no surprise then that Frankfurt was the birthplace of Germany’s literary master Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, as well as the philosophical movement known as the Frankfurt School. US President John F Kennedy called Frankfurt the ‘cradle of democracy in Germany’ and Wikimania, the annual Wikipedia conference, is held here today. While the city’s now being hailed as Europe’s post-Brexit financial capital, it’s not all hard-nosed bankers and businessmen. The city’s intellectual and commercial know-how finds complement in the cosy warmth of cider pubs, ancient traditions, and cheerful people. The city ranks in the top 8 European cities for quality of living — so think how good it must be just for a holiday. Hire a campervan in Frankfurt, which, with its vibrant culture, ever-evolving landscape, and open-minded attitude, has earned the nickname ‘Mainhattan’ — a thrilling and dynamic city to rival even that most iconic of American destinations.
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