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Birmingham Frankfurt from £134

A flight from Birmingham to Frankfurt takes 1 hour and 28 minutes. There are many airlines operating on this route, including KLM, SAS, Air France, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, and Swiss. Using the online price comparison tool, you can arrange a cheap flight with the listed airlines for the most convenient date and time to suit your travel schedule.The only direct flight to Frankfurt from Birmingham is offered by Lufthansa. Flying with other airlines will require arranging a connecting flight from Amsterdam. Although a flight which includes a transfer will be cheaper, it also adds several hours onto your travel schedule. Upon arrival at your destination airport, travelling into the city centre takes approximately 16 minutes, and transport is provided by a choice of either car rental, taxi hire, or by taking a public shuttle bus. A taxi will cost around 20 euros (£16), or you can catch a shuttle from just outside the airport terminals for 5 euros (£4).

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  • 1611

    Birmingham - Frankfurt

    Lufthansa
    29/10/2016 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Lufthansa
    01/11/2016 Direct flight Duration 02h00
    from £133.53
  • 1529

    Birmingham - Frankfurt

    Brussels Airlines
    31/12/2016 1 stop(s) Duration 07h00
    Brussels Airlines
    02/01/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 24h00
    from £245.03

Cheap Birmingham - Frankfurt Flights

To travel between Birmingham and Frankfurt at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for Birmingham - Frankfurt flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest Birmingham - Frankfurt flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Frankfurt 1 Senckenberg Natural History Museum

If you are near the Goethe University, it is worth checking out the Natural History Museum, with its many prehistoric artefacts including dinosaur skeletons and million year old fossils.

2 Palmengarten

You will find the Palmengarten within the Grünenberg Park, and is a large indoor climate controlled botanical garden. There are several sections in the botanical garden which simulate plant life in their natural habitat. Note there is a small entry fee.

3 Cathedral of St. Bartholomew

Located along the banks of the Main River, the Cathedral is open all week and has no entry fee. Constructed in the 14th century, the Cathedral has served as the coronation location of the Holy Roman Emperors, and today both the interior and exterior serve as a reminder of its rich cultural heritage.

4 Frankfurt Zoo

Zoos are a must see when visiting any new city, and the Frankfurt zoo is no exception. Housing a range of exotic animals such as apes, zebras, big cats, hippos, tropical fish, and more, the zoo is the ideal afternoon outing.

5 Staedel Museum

The Staedel Museum is one of Frankfurt's finest art museums, and is home to a collection of rare artwork from the 16th century to the present day. The museum has a varied array of artworks from different movements, and will be sure to attract even those who do not considered themselves art lovers.

Required travel documents for Germany

The time difference between the UK and Germany is 1 hour. Always carry your passport with you when travelling the streets, as German police have the right to ask for identification, and can issue a heavy fine if you fail to produce it. Germany has an extensive public transit system, so you can easily travel between cities and suburbs if you wish to get out and explore. Always arrange a travel insurance policy when travelling abroad, and be aware that the German emergency number is 112.
One of the most popular German cities, there is a wealth of culture and history to discover amongst the metropolitan city centre.