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Route Summary - Munich to Frankfurt
 
 

Mostly overlooked by foreign visitors, the alluring city of Frankfurt hosts some extraordinary archaeological treasures. From breathtaking museums with historical importance to the lively city centre known for chilling around with your loved ones and having the best that Germany has to offer, you can get it all over here. Frankfurt is indubitably a very beautiful place and it is linked to some of the most attractive places that the country has, for example, Munich. 

We recommend you to travel to Munich from Frankfurt in your private car to get rid of the tedious process of standing in a queue to get a ticket and fighting for the seats in a public transportation. A laid-back trip requires pre planning, make sure to pre book your taxi from Munich to Frankfurt online to avail the best deals possible. An ideal Munich to Frankfurt transfers is just a click away. 

 

Distance from Munich to Frankfurt-  392.1 km 

Time taken- 4 hr 6 min

 

MUNICH

Home to numerous centuries old  museums and decades old buildings with remarkable historical significance, the proud German city of Munich is as enchanting as it is ancient.  The city is the capital and most populated city of Bavaria - the second most populous state in Germany. It is also the third-largest city in the country, and is situated across the banks of river Isar. The city is the development haven of Bavaria, for its occupancy to the organizational region of Upper Bavaria. The annual Oktoberfest is held every year and is a must-experience for all the adrenaline junkies out there to taste the finest breweries of the country, at one place. Apart from its beer, the city is also known for its Weißwürste white veal sausage, only boiled. 


 



 
FRANKFURT

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.