Living in Frankfurt
How do I find a place to live in Frankfurt?
Finding an apartment in Frankfurt can be a challenge. However, with a little patience and perseverance, you can also succeed in the local housing market. On the website of the International Office, you can find detailed information on dormitories, as well as numerous other links, tips and tricks for finding accommodation. The ASTA student union also provides information on the topic on its website.
Are there dormitories I can stay in?
Yes. You can find more information about dormitories on the website of the International Office.
Together with Munich, Hamburg and Cologne, Frankfurt is one of the more expensive cities in Germany. You can find detailed information on the cost of living here or on the website of the International Office.
With your Goethe Card, you can visit many museums in Frankfurt for free, get free entrance to Frankfurt’s Botanical Garden, use a Call-a-Bike free of charge for 45 minutes and get free public transportation. You can find more information on the discounts here.
Free public transportation in the State of Hesse as well as Mainz is included in your Goethe Card.