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Frankfurt by train

Today the Monday Podcast combines two ideas. When I was younger, I used to enjoy going out for a day and just riding on trains in cities like London or Rotterdam. Now it was time to try this with my daughter in Frankfurt.

Secondly, I often read questions in forums about visiting Frankfurt for only a few hours, eg. between flights, and I wanted to see how much of Frankfurt it was possible to see using the trams and U-Bahn lines.

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7 Responses to “Frankfurt by train”

  1. Says:

    Frankfurt mit öffentlichem Verkehr besichtigen

    Ein Podcast aus Frankfurt – oft wird gefragt, was man innerhalb nur wenigen Stunden in Frankfurt sehen kann, vor allem fĂĽr Reisenden zwischen FlĂĽge oder ZĂĽge.

    Im Podcast wird versucht mit öffentlichem Verkehr, möglichst viel in wenig Zeit zu sehen.

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  7. shower enclosures Says:

    Excellent ideas here, have emailed my mum so expect a big reply!!

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