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I want to know if i can leave the airport and meet the city that night and come back thenext day to take my flight home, i do not need a visa to enter germany, can i just leave and come back the next day?
Yes as long as your passport allows you to enter Germany, you can leave the airport and come back the next day.
I am traveling from Atlanta to Cairo with an 8 hour layover in Frankfurt - all connections are on one reservation. My luggage will be checked and I'll have a small personal bag. Will there be enough time for me to explore the city for a few hours?
I fly from Bangalore to Atlanta via Frankfurt. The layover at Frankfurt is 1 hour 25 mins. Both the flights are Lufthansa. a) Is this enough for the transit ? b) whats the transit procedure at Frankfurt ?
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is go through Security and to your departure gate.
Greetings, I fly from Budapest to Tokyo with 1 h layover in Frankfurt. 1st flight is operated by Lufthansa, 2nd by ANA (both Star Alliance members). Is that layover time enough? Both flights are set at Terminal 1. Will they automatically take care of my luggage? I am EU-citizen leaving Schengen
Yes, that should be enough time. All you have to do is go through Schengen exit passport control and to your departure gate.
Hi I have 2 questions - I am Flying in from Dubrovnik to London via Frankfurt with a layover time of 1.25mts in terminal 1 itself. Is that time enough for me to change planes in the same terminal and will my luggage be transferred too? I'm flying Croatia so ir from Dubrovnik and then Lufthansa from Frankfurt.
I am flying Lufthansa and I have a three hour layover in Frankfurt from my flight from Atlanta and then I go on to Rome. Is there enough time to go to the lounge or would you advise against it? What are some good ideas for things to do at Frankfurt during our connection?