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When people think of Frankfurt, the first thing that comes to mind is the city's banking district and its huge skyscrapers. In contrast to this is the old town, just a stone's throw away, which combines tradition with modernity. But there are many other things that are typical of the big Hessian city: the typical Frankfurt dialect, the apple wine, or a special kind of green sauce called "Grie Soß". You can find these delicacies in the "Freßgass", the pedestrian zone. You can also really enjoy yourself with a RV rental in Frankfurt and escape the noise of the city center on the banks of the Main and or in the Palmengarten.
Away from the city walls, the Schwanheim Dunes are a real insider tip. They are a type of inland dunes; they are very rare and only a few of them exist in Europe. The boardwalk is ideal for hikers.
Frankfurt is very conveniently located. The Frankfurter Kreuz intersection is one of the busiest road junctions, not only in Germany but throughout Europe. By car, you can reach Frankfurt from all directions via the A3 and A5 motorways and the B53. By train, you can travel to Frankfurt's main railway station. More than 1,100 trains arrive and depart here every day, connecting the city with international and national destinations. Frankfurt Airport is also one of the most important airports in Germany. More than 1,300 flights are handled here every day, and all the well-known airlines such as Lufthansa, Eurowings, TUIfly, Ryanair or Condor are represented. A somewhat smaller commercial airport is located in Frankfurt-Hahn.
Central parking with a camper rental in Frankfurt is difficult, but there are a few possibilities on the outskirts of the city. At City Camp Frankfurt, look for the street name "An der Sandelmühle", you can park for €8.50 per day. Alternatively, to the west, there is the Camp-Phönix Park in Eschborn, directly adjacent to Frankfurt. Here you can even park for free. Just a few kilometres outside the city limits, you can park your RV free of charge in Bad Vilbel, either at the open-air swimming pool or at the fairground ("Festplatz“).