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With an unmistakably cosmopolitan atmosphere, Frankfurt retains a distinctive charm and flair, accentuated by its fine ancient architecture, its famous museums and the splendid coffee houses with their gastronomic cuisine that Germany boasts. Düsseldorf to Frankfurt car rental should be on the top of your list while planning for a day trip to explore the country.
A timeless experience in a trip requires a well planned itinerary, searching, filtering and pre-booking on accommodation, airplane tickets and vehicles for squandering around. We are all in search of peace and while on a get-away we all deserve to be pampered with nothing but the best. Car hire from Düsseldorf to Frankfurt is specially designed for everyone whether you’re a solo backpacker or a lavish spender. The cost of taxi booking from Düsseldorf to Frankfurt would vary as per your desired vehicle.
Distance from Düsseldorf to Frankfurt- 232.2 km
Time taken- 2 hr, 27 min
Dusseldorf is to Germany what Milan is to Italy. The small city residing in the western part of the country is known to be the fashion and art capital, this university town of Germany attracts a lot of students from all around the world. The important cultural centre is equipped with a lot of museums and art galleries for all the art lovers to feast their eyes on. In addition to the numerous other things that one can do in Dusseldorf, every July, the city hosts Größte Kirmes am Rhein, when translated means largest fair on Rhein. The one week fun will rejuvenate your soul and will help you make some connections to cherish forever, November marks the arrival of Karneval which invites parades and quirky colours.
Known for its extraordinary museums which are present in abundance, the museums mostly cover the topics of art, science and history, the city has a lot to offer if you want to explore it on foot. A highlight of the city’s significance would make us give the names of Römerberg: Frankfurt's Ancient Town Center, Städel Museum, Museum District: Museumsufer, The Palm Garden and Senckenberg Natural History Museum. While in Germany, one simply can not miss the culinary magic that the country possesses, especially Frankfurt. German sausages have been taking a lot of space in our refrigerators and well, our hearts. Make sure to hog on Grüne Soße, Handkäs mit Musik and Frankfurter Rippchen. The beautiful cities are linked to some of the best places to escape midst nature without travelling too much or going too heavy on your pocket.