The art of spring in Frankfurt

As spring takes hold of the northern hemisphere during the month of March, it’s the perfect time to fly SAA to Frankfurt. Temperatures begin to rise once more as the great melt sweeps in across Europe, heralding in blossoming buds and an essence of renewal.

March is the ideal time to take in the sights and sounds of Frankfurt as the warm weather allows you to walk the streets without feeling too hot under the collar. That means visits to Römerberg, the old town centre of Frankfurt can be lazily absorbed as you wander around the Justice Fountain and open fronted 15th to 18th-century shops which have been immaculately restored.

If a cultural experience is what makes you tick, then why not turn back the clocks by visiting Frankfurt’s Museum District, also known as the Museumsufer. With artworks from Rembrandt, Goya and Picasso on display in the Städel Art Museum to Greek, Roman and Egyptian sculptures in the Museum of Ancient Sculpture (Städtische Galerie Liebieghau) those with an eye for beauty will be mesmerized.  And, for those with other interests in mind, there is an array of other museums opens your mind to, as you take in everything from world culture to film.

For those who lean towards the modern, there’s something special Frankfurt has to offer, the world-renowned Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art (MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt). Opening its doors in 1991, it soon has become recognised as a contemporary art museum of the highest degree with over 5,000 pieces created by over 450 leading artists. So if the likes Francis Bacon or Andy Warhol pique your interest, why not pay them a visit.

With all of the above considered, Frankfurt offers up a world of old and new in a melting pot of rich culture and heritage that can all be taken in on a sightseeing bus or strolled through at your own leisurely pace. So, if you’re looking to travel this march, why not mark it with culture and book a flight direct to Frankfurt at