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Student Accommodation in Frankfurt

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41 mins by public transport to Central Frankfurt
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27 mins by public transport to Central Frankfurt
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22 mins by public transport to Central Frankfurt
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Double bedroom in 4-bedroom flat in Frankfurt
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18 mins by public transport to Central Frankfurt
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Alluring Double Bedroom in shared flat Frankfurt, Germany
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Enticing double bedroom in Bornheim Ostend
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Pleasant double bedroom next to Ostpark
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Spectacular double bedroom in Frankfurt
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Magnificent double bedroom in Frankfurt
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Snug double bedroom in Frankfurt
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Warm double bedroom in Frankfurt
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Charming double bedroom in Frankfurt
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The city has a futuristic skyline and Germany's busiest airport. Frankfurt am Main, Germany's financial and transportation hub is located on the Main River. Frankfurt is the European Central Bank's headquarters and the German Stock Exchange. Casita has hundreds of rooms in the city, check out multiple room types in our 214 accommodation options or ask for private lets. Casita offers you a wide range of student accommodation in Frankfurt for you to choose from according to your needs and budget. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in Frankfurt? 

The city has a long history of producing high-quality sausages (frankfurters). The European Central Bank's headquarters are in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Frankfurt Airport is Germany's largest and one of the busiest in Europe. 

The finest part about Frankfurt is its year-round fun and festivities. After learning about a couple of these festivals, you won't be reluctant to book Frankfurt student accommodation.

Universities in Frankfurt

  1. Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main (Campus Bockenheim)

  • 214 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Frankfurt Am Main transit station is 13-minutes away

  • Places of interest: MAIN TOWER

  1. European School of Design

  • 214 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Frankfurt Central Train Station is 8-minutes away

  • Places of interest: Eurotower

  1. Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

  • 214 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • City Gate transit station is just a minute away

  • Places of interest: Palmengarten

  1. Goethe University Frankfurt

  • 214 accommodation options are available a public transport ride away

  • Manzoni is 10-minutes away

  • Places of interest: MAIN TOWER 

Student Life

Do German universities provide accommodation?

German universities, like many other international universities, do not guarantee housing and it is only accessible on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Is Frankfurt expensive?

To begin with, Frankfurt is not a cheap city. It is Germany's second most expensive city after Munich. However, you can always set a budget for yourself and stick to it so you’d be able to manage living expenses. 

What Are Some Must-Visit Places in Frankfurt? 

  1. Römer

The Römer, the centre of a trio of gabled structures that have housed Frankfurt's city hall since 1405, will catch your eye. The "Goldener Schwan" building next door was similarly annexed because the council elected to relocate into residences that were already standing rather than build one from the start.

  1. Main Tower

Only one building in Frankfurt's ever-expanding jungle of skyscrapers has a viewing platform open to the public. Opened in 2000, the 200-meter Main Tower is the city's fourth-tallest structure, as well as Germany's fourth-tallest. And because it's on the east side of the Bankenviertel, the view over the Altstadt and the Main is clear from the summit.

  1. Städel Museum

The Städel Museum, one of Germany's most important cultural institutions, was just selected German Museum of the Year after adding a modern art wing in 2012. The museum was established in 1815 when a remarkable collection of old master paintings was gifted to the city by banker Johann Friedrich Städel.

  1. Cathedral of St. Bartholomew (Dom St. Bartholomaus)

Frankfurt Cathedral gained significance when Germany was united in the 19th century due to the time it served as the seat of the Holy Roman Empire. The Gothic-style cathedral was first erected in the 1300s and 1400s and has been meticulously restored twice: once after a fire in 1867 and again after the war in the 1950s. When it began conducting coronation rituals for Holy Roman Emperors in 1562, this former collegiate chapel earned the title "cathedral."

  1. Palmengarten

A 22-hectare botanical park in Frankfurt, Germany, opened in 1871 and displays plants from all over the world in greenhouses and out in the open air. The specimens are arranged geographically. The sub-Arctic region is housed in a glass pavilion, while the rainforest is in a tropicarium, and the desert is represented by two different structures.

Frankfurt Transportation

Frankfurt is no exception to Germany's reputation for high levels of efficiency, speed, and dependability in its transportation networks. There is no learning curve to the Rhine-Main Transport Association (RMV) transportation system's metro, tram, and bus lines (a luxury most locals do not have).

Each way commutes inside Frankfurt are between €1.80 and €2,0, while trips outside of Frankfurt are between €4.65 and 9,0, depending on the destination. Children can also get savings on day tickets or group tickets.

The U-Bahn (underground and overground), trams, and buses are the best modes of public transportation in Frankfurt. The S-Bahn can be used to get to the city's outskirts. An "U" in white letters on a blue background serves as the station sign. A white "S" on a green background signifies an S-Bahn train for trips to the suburbs or the airport.

Other Student Accommodation In Germany

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Frankfurt, Casita offers student accommodation in these cities in Germany: 

Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, Münster, Darmstadt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf

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