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Euro 2024 Travel Guide: Frankfurt

Frankfurt is gearing up to host several 2024 European Championship fixtures, making the city a premier destination for the tournament.

The city boasts a rich history, modern facilities and a diverse range of accommodation to suit every budget.

With Frankfurt set to provide an unforgettable experience for visitors, we’ve prepared a comprehensive guide to maximise the excitement of the tournament.

Euro 2024 Fixtures in Frankfurt

  • Monday, June 17 – Group E – Belgium vs Slovakia
  • Thursday, June 20 – Group C – Denmark vs England
  • Sunday, June 23 – Group A – Switzerland vs Germany
  • Wednesday, June 26 – Group E – Slovakia vs Romania
  • Monday, July 1 – Round of 16

Euro 2024 Stadium in Frankfurt

Deutsche Bank Park is home to Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt. It is renowned for generating a superb atmosphere and should be a great venue for Euro 2024.

It has previously hosted multiple sporting and musical events, including Muhammad Ali’s heavyweight boxing victory over Karl Mildenberger in 1966.

Euro 2024 Frankfurt Fan Zone

Fans are invited to experience the famous Frankfurt hospitality and soak up the passion and excitement surrounding Euro 2024.

Supporters can head north across the Main River to discover a vibrant festival atmosphere brimming with art, culture, music and football.

Located between Holbeinsteg and Friedensbrucke bridges, the lively zone offers plenty of food, beverages and activities to keep fans entertained between matches.

The Top Accommodation in Frankfurt

These are some of Trip Advisor’s best options for Euro 2024 accommodation:

The Best Bars in Frankfurt

According to Trip Advisor, these are the top-rated bars in Frankfurt:

The Best Restaurants in Frankfurt

These are Trip Advisor’s best places to eat in Frankfurt:

Travelling in Frankfurt

Frankfurt has an excellent rail network, making it easy to get around the city and beyond by train.

Frankfurt Central Station is a major hub for high-speed and regional connections to and from most German cities.

It’s also a key destination for international travellers coming from neighbouring countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and France.

If you are flying into Frankfurt Airport, you won’t have to worry about navigating a complex public transportation system upon arrival.

Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbahnhof is located directly next to the airport and is serviced by long-distance trains.

Download the DB Navigator app before your trip to stay on top of potential delays, platform numbers and other travel information,

Places to Visit in Frankfurt

Famed as the country’s beating financial heart, Frankfurt’s banking district skyscrapers will leave you awestruck.

The city also has plenty of other landmarks which capture the attention of visitors.

Culture vultures must visit the Goethe House Museum. The charming city centre and Romerberg Square are also essential stops on any tour of Frankfurt.

For anyone yearning for fresh air, a scenic escape to the Taunus mountains or a fascinating journey back in time at the Saalburg Roman is a great day out.

You can see our travel guides for all Euro 2024 host cities here, or follow the links below for more information about the 2024 European Championship in Germany.

Euro 2024 Links

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