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Flights from Frankfurt Airport, Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt Airport is one of the busiest airports in Germany and even Europe. It covers an area of approximately 21 square kilometers and features two terminals and a smaller first class terminal used exclusively by Lufthansa. The airport has many amenities including shopping areas, food and beverage options as well as 24hr free Wi-Fi!

A host of airlines fly to and from Frankfurt Airport including British Airways, Qatar Airways and of course Air New Zealand.

Where to go

Domestic

Berlin

The laid back, slightly grungy capital of Germany is full of exciting things to do and see. Get acquainted with the history of Germany and its past by visiting the Memorial of the Berlin Wall where a museum stands just behind the actual remnants of the wall. Also visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, an architectural masterpiece that evokes feelings and emotions like no other. For something more lighthearted, head to the Berlin Philharmonic and indulge in a night of classical music.

Munich

Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, Munich has quite a different vibe to Berlin. It is famous for its iconic beer gardens and the best time to experience this is during the annual Oktoberfest where people sit out at the gardens and drink pints of beer. Other beautiful places to visit include the Munich Botanical Gardens, English Gardens and Marienplatz, the place to go for the best shopping and sightseeing.

Düsseldorf

Slightly less famous but by no means less beautiful is Düsseldorf.This understated city has its own charm, situated right on the banks of the Rhine. If you’re pressed for time, the best way to get to know Düsseldorf is to discover itsAltstadt(Old Town); the compact city center is best explored by walking, and it’s easy to navigate. The famous shopping boulevard Koenigsallee lines the east side of the Old Town, while the west side is bordered by the river Rhine.

International

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Diverse yet quietly romantic is the city of Amsterdam. Must-sees in this beautiful city include the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House and the Amsterdam Tulip Museum, a flower very much associated with the Netherlands. What’s unique about Amsterdam is its public transport system. Aside from the standard buses and trams, Amsterdam has the added bonus of an extensive canal network that allows you to travel around via canal boats. Biking is also very common in Amsterdam with dedicated bicycle paths around the city.

Salzburg, Austria

Made famous by the Hollywood hit musical ‘The Sound of Music’, Salzburg boasts incredible views of the Alps, along with stunning Baroque architecture evident in many of its key buildings. Must sees in Salzburg include the imposing Hohensalzburg Fortress and for classical music lovers, Mozart’s Birthplace and residence.

Marseille, France

For days of endless sunshine, cool breeze and freshest seafood, head south to Marseille. Drive or hike up the Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde for glorious panoramic views of Marseille. Visit the Old Port and take in the sights of fishermen hawking their daily catch, and sit at one of the cafes by the port and savour a dish of bouillabaisse or moules frites (mussels with fries). Also visit the imperial Palais Longchamp, the place that housed the French Royalty when they visited Marseille.

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