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Frankfurt Boutique Hotel

Hotel Europa
sleep Sleeps 85 in 50 bedrooms
Clean and Comfortable budget hotel in heart of Frankfurt near main station

Amenity: Pet Friendly, Internet Access

EUR 40 – 220
Per Night
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Frankfurt Vacation Rentals & Boutique Hotels


Frankfurt German is known to be the largest city in the Hesse state and the 5th largest city within the country. Many of Frankfurt’s population is made up of foreign nationals and expatriate families from all over the world. The main language spoken in Frankfurt is German as well as English, especially amongst the younger folk. The city is also the central hub for many international activity, transport, business, tourism, culture activities as well as education. It is also the home to Germany’s international Airline Lufthansa.

Traveling in and around Frankfurt Germany is fairly easy and convenient with transportation including trams, trains, buses and taxi services. Tickets can conveniently be purchased at ATM-like machines and the main vehicle of taxi is the luxury Mercedes Benz, a German engineered, comfortable automobile. The climate is generally warmer during the months of May, June, July, August and September, reserving December, January and February for the colder seasons.


Frankfurt has history related to Roman times under the leadership of the iconic Charlemagne who was the leader of the Holy Roman Assembly. Charlemagne also went by the name Charles the Great and he was also the King of the Franks (from768), King of the Lombards (from 744) and the emperor of the Romans from 800. Historically Frankfurt was known to be one of the Roman Empire’s most valuable cities and no stranger to many crowned kings.

During WWII many historic buildings in Frankfurt were destroyed and more than 5,000 of its residents were killed in the process. Post-war lead to the reconstruction of most of Frankfurt Germany which also resulted in a different look for the architectural construction of many of the city’s buildings. However, certain structures were reconstructed to keep its original look.