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Business Class to Frankfurt

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First Class to Frankfurt

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Why visit Frankfurt?

When you’re planning your trip through the European cities, Frankfurt might not be the first choice on your list. However, it is one of the best places to visit if you want to embrace the true spirit of modern Europe. Frankfurt is an example of a perfect balance between echoes of the old glory of Altstadt and modern, almost North-American, feel of the city center.

Although it is a living, breathing city, Frankfurt is full of tourist attractions, from museums to taverns and shopping centers. There is something to do for everyone, which makes it a perfect tourist destination.

Frankfurt Airports

There are two airports in Frankfurt’s vicinity. Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, or HHN, is quite small and located further from the city. Still, it is a great destination if you’re looking for a cheap business class to Frankfurt.

Frankfurt Airport, also denoted as FRA, on the other hand, is one of the busiest airports in Europe. Almost 70 million passengers used its services last year. FRA provides everything you need for a comfortable journey, and it continues to improve and expand. It is also in close proximity to the city itself, so you will be able to start sightseeing right after the arrival.

Top 3 Airlines with Great Business Class to Frankfurt

Over 120 airlines use the Frankfurt airports, so picking the right one is a difficult task. Here are the top 3 airlines you can consider for business class flights to Frankfurt:

Lufthansa – around 75% of all passengers arriving to FRA are customers of this company. So, no matter where you are in the world, you will be able to get to Frankfurt with this airline;
American Airlines – this company is known for comfortable seats and great overall travel experience. If all you’re looking for is convenience – this is your safest bet;
United Airlines – the United business class is on par with previous contestants. The main benefits from this company, though, are the Polaris lounges you get to stay at not just before the journey, but also in the interim points of a long-haul flight.

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Business Class Lounges

A number of airlines that operate in Frankfurt offer comfortable lounges for their business class passengers and higher tier customers. For example, Lufthansa business class lounge offers you a comfortable bathroom, tasty coffee (courtesy of LavAzza) and a convenient working place. If you’re flying cheap first class to Frankfurt, you can use the Senator lounge, which is even cozier.

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Things To Do In Frankfurt

Frankfurt is full of beautiful buildings, so the first thing you can do there is admire the architectural masterpieces. Continue your exploration of the city by visiting a variety of museums, from the Museum of Modern Art to Goethe’s house. Once you’ve fed your mind and soul, it’s time to feast on something more tangible – visit some traditional taverns, taste the German cuisine and, most importantly, craft beer and wine.