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Frankfurt Airport is the busiest air hub in Germany and is just 15kms southwest of the centre of Frankfurt am Main. The airport's location alongside the A3 motorway provides those with hire cars or motorhomes access to other roads leading to destinations around the state of Hesse. Motorhome parks in the Taunus Mountains or in riverside locations in the lowlands provide visitors with the chance of being close to nature.
Wiesbaden is a highlight of the many exceptional towns in the state. Heidelberg, famous for its historic schloss and heady atmosphere is an easy trip. Trier is a little farther, but sites such as well-preserved Roman ruins and a 3rd century cathedral make it worthwhile. Those with plenty of time could head over to Wurzburg and then follow the Romantic Road down to Bavaria.
Frankfurt is a pleasure for culture vultures and those who like good food and exciting nightlife. Schaumainkai is a street running beside the River Main and is home to a complex containing 10 of the city's 30 museums. Two of these are the Museum of World Cultures and the German Architecture Museum.
A popular flea market is staged on Schaumainkai every Saturday. The pedestrian-only zone of Zeil is a city centre thoroughfare that features an impressive array of shops and chic boutiques. St Paul's Church and the medieval timbered Wertheim House are two of the tourism highlights in the centre. The Romer is a series of magnificent gabled structures on one side of the landmark Romerberg plaza.
Bad Homburg is on the slopes of the Taunus Mountains. Stately homes, the iconic White Tower, rejuvenating spas and a top-notch casino are the draws here. Wiesbaden is another spa and gambling town with attractive architecture, a museum with eclectic exhibits and the exhilarating Neroberg cable-car service.
Campingplatz Niederwaldsee, south of Russelshiem, is the nearest motorhome park to the airport. Its prime location near motorways is ideal for holidaymakers who are driving south to Heidelberg and the Black Forest. An ambient beer garden and hygienic bathrooms are among onsite bonuses.
City Camp Frankfurt is on the eastern outskirts of Frankfurt. There is an excellent restaurant right next to this camp. The U-Bahn stations of Sandelmuhle and Heddernheim are only a few minutes away on foot. This campsite is ideal for people wishing to be near all the conveniences, yet in a bucolic riverside location.
Campingplatz Mainkur also enjoys a riverside setting and its pitches are set in between tall trees which provide a respite from the heat on hot days. A booth selling groceries and other traveller's provisions, a public lounge and a children's play facility are the principal onsite amenities.
The A3 from the airport and connecting motorways around are spacious and rarely congested. Driving even the larger motorhomes on them presents few problems. German drivers obey the Highway Code and are considerate towards other road users. Police in the country keep an eye out for drivers who seem to be drunk. The legal alcohol limit is 0.05 per cent.