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Most people just call the city “Frankfurt.” However, its full name is Frankfurt am Main. The Main is the river that flows through the city and gives Frankfurt much of its character. Frankfurt is located in the Germany state of Hesse and is one of Europe’s leading financial cities.
For nearly five centuries, Frankfurt am Main was one of Germany’s city-states, a place that is both a city and an independent state, like Rome and Berlin are today. It counted as one of the most important hubs of the Holy Roman Empire. When the empire collapsed, it lost its city-state status and eventually became a part of Hesse.
It is also one of the world’s Alpha cities, (like Moscow, Zurich and Milan) which means that its economy is integrated into the global economy. In Frankfurt, people can do business, get a degree at a world-class university, partake in the nightlife scene and experience history.
The city is also an important jumping-off point for the rest of Europe. It’s friendly and historic, and traveling here, due to Frankfurt’s layout and transportation, is convenient.
Why not let us get your travels started off on the right foot? Bounce partners with businesses in cities around the world to provide you with a place to stash your bags for the day. Luggage storage in Frankfurt (via a Bounce partner) is easy to find, because we have partners all over Frankfurt. It’s also inexpensive. Check out your app to find out more.
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Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof, or the Frankfurt Central Station, is an important transportation stop not only in Germany but in Europe as well. It dates back to the late 1880s. As with many of the structures in Europe, the Frankfurt Central Station sustained damage during World War II, though most of the damage came in the form of broken windows.
Due to its central location in Germany, this Frankfurt train station sees almost 500,000 passengers each day, arriving from places like Berlin, Amsterdam, and Kassel. In total, the Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof has 25 tracks. Four S-Bahn and four U-Bahn tracks also run through the station as do three tram stops.
If your travels take you to this neoclassical wonder, then you’ll want to investigate your options for luggage storage in Frankfurt. The station is a comfortable place to sit and people-watch between trains. There are also plenty of places to eat in and around the station. To find bag storage, consult your Bounce luggage storage app.
Frankfurt’s city center is where the river and the action is. Travelers find excellent places to shop, delicious food in world-class restaurants and plenty of interesting things to see. If you haven’t been to Frankfurt before, you may want to make Main Tower your first stop. This high-rise building gives you excellent views of the River, as well as of other notable sights in the city. It’s also an awesome place to try out some international cuisine. Once you’re at the top of the tower, make sure you make a stop at the Main Tower Restaurant & Lounge.
Frankfurt is also an excellent place to see some breathtaking architecture. If you have time to visit only one location, then make sure it’s the Frankfurt Cathedral. It’s not far from the Main and is a superior example of Gothic architecture. Finally, if you must walk around, then why not go to a place that’s specifically dedicated to walking. The Eiserner Steg, or Iron Footbridge, cross the Main at City Center and Sachsenhausen. Word has it that it’s absolutely breathtaking to see in the late afternoon and early evening. That’s when the sun starts to dip below the horizon, painting the waves of the Main in Technicolor beauty.
When you’re taking a walkabout in Frankfurt City Center, it makes sense to check out your options for bag storage in Frankfurt. Bounce partners with businesses around the globe, including in Frankfurt, in order to offer you the most convenient options for luggage storage in the city.
Although not as popular with passengers as Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof, the city’s OST (east) station, does have its benefits. Visitors here can catch the U-Bahn here, as well as trains on the #3 mainline. However, its real purpose is to deal with shipping container trains. The OST Bahnhof is one of two of Frankfurt am Main’s freight yards. The city’s eastern river port is just east of the station.
If you’re passing through the OST station, be sure to check out Bounce. Through our partners, it’s possible to find luggage storage in Frankfurt near the OST train station.
The Frankfurt Airport, known as the Rhein-Main-Flughafen in German, is Frankfurt’s primary international airport. The airport covers nearly 6,000 acres of land and receives flights from all over the world. In terms of passenger traffic numbers, Frankfurt is Germany’s busiest. (It ranks fourth overall for traffic in Europe.) Around 70 million passengers fly through here each year. Until 2005, part of the airport was also the site of the Rhein-Main Air Base.
Most major world airlines, as well as many regional airlines, fly through Frankfurt. Airlines like Air Canada, Air France, Lufthansa, Air Europa, British Airways, KLM and United are just some of the airlines that make stops in Frankfurt.
Securing luggage storage in Frankfurt in or near the airport is many passengers’ first priority when they land for a long layover in this city. Fortunately, we have many partners in the area who’d love to provide you with bag storage in Frankfurt. Consult your Bounce app to find these locations.
Plant lovers should put Frankfurt’s Palmengarten on their bucket lists. It is one of the city’s botanical gardens and boasts 22 hectares of beauty and greenery, just waiting to be discovered. Although this botanical garden belongs to the city of Frankfurt now, it was originally the brainchild and personal project of Heinrich Siesmayer, Palmengarten’s financier and architect. Throughout its history, it has had its share of impressive guests, like Buffalo Bill, who visited here in the late 1800s.
Visitors love the Palmengarten for its fragrant beauty. It offers city visitors a chance to get away from the bustling streets of Frankfurt for a few hours. If you’d like to be among them, then take advantage of Bounce’s options for luggage storage in Frankfurt before you stop by.
In the mid-1700s, the man who is Germany’s cultural Godfather, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, was born. Visitors to his former childhood home can see how Goethe lived. His grandmother, Cornelia Goethe, originally purchased the home in 1733. Initially, the home wasn’t one home at all. It was two. Goethe’s father, Johann Caspar Goethe, set to remodeling and modernizing the home until it became the house that modern visitors see today.
Goethe’s father made sure to keep the home’s facade, with its double overhang, intact. (This building feature wasn’t permitted on new homes from the years 1719 to 1749, which is why his father tagged it a remodel and not a new build.) Fast forward several hundred years to the World War II years. The allies destroyed the home when they bombed Frankfurt am Main in 1944. After the war, the home was once again restored, with the restoration crew making every attempt to restore it to its original condition and appearance.
If you are planning on visiting Goethe House and Museum, you should check into luggage storage in Frankfurt before you visit the museum. It’s a site that is worth lingering over, as are the excavated foundations of Frankfurt’s Jewish ghetto and the Jewish cemetery, which are nearby. Connecting with a Bounce partner in the area ensures that you’re able to delve deeply into the history of Goethe’s life as well as the history of Germany itself.
Despite never actually having been a bishop’s church, the Frankfurt Cathedral was bestowed with the title of Kaiserdom, or “Imperial Cathedral.” The Frankfurt Cathedral is now the fifth known building that has stood on the cathedral’s grounds.
In any event, this Gothic church sits on the site of a Merovingian chapel, which dated back to the year 680. A Carolingian church, the Salvator Basilica, replaced the chapel in 852. Building and rebuilding continued on the site until the mid-1900s when the current cathedral began to take shape. That restoration gave the Frankfurt Cathedral its current look.
Visitors to the church appreciate not only its beauty but also its history. There is an alter from the baroque period that depicts the Virgin Mary’s Assumption and the cathedral museum houses artifacts, like the remains of a girl’s grave from the Merovingian Era.
If your travels in Frankfurt am Main will bring you to the Frankfurt Cathedral, then be sure to check out your options for bag storage in Frankfurt. For less than $6 a day, a Bounce partner will stash your bags so that you can enjoy all the sights of Frankfurt completely unencumbered by your belongings.
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Frankfurt Airport is the central hub of Lufthansa Airlines along with a host of others. It is one of the busiest airports in Germany and sees thousands of passengers a day. After landing or while on a layover, head to Frankfurt, stow your bags with Bounce and spend time seeing the sights.
Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Frankfurt?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Eschenheim Tower, Haus Wertheym, and Dauth-Schneider. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Frankfurt are Ibis Frankfurt Centrum, Grand Hotel Empire, and Westend Gate. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Frankfurt are United Hostel, Five elements, and A&O Hotel and Hostel Frankfurt Galluswarte.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Frankfurt?
Frankfurt offers several scenic parks including Korean Garden, Bethmannpark, and Adolph von Holzhausen Park.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in Frankfurt?
If you're looking for a good museum in Frankfurt, we recommend Renten Tower, Städel, and Goethe House. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Frankfurt's most popular historical attractions including Bockenheimer Warte, Rumpenheimer Schloss, or Altes Rathaus Sossenheim and monuments like Leopold's Column, 13er Husaren-Denkmal, or Platz der verlorenen Kinder. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Bunker, Heinrich Hoffmanns Eiskeller, or Grundmauern Schloß.
Where can I store my luggage in Frankfurt?
We've partnered with local Frankfurt businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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