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Cost of Living for Expats in Frankfurt With Things to Do List

Things to do in Frankfurt With Cost of Living Short Analysis

If you are curious to know how much your spent will be if you start living in German city of Frankfurt then this article is going to be very useful for you because you will be able to discover living cost in this cost for international residents.

The cost of living for expats in Frankfurt, Germany based on several reports has been discussed in this article but before we discuss that i would like to mention that managing your monthly expenses depends upon the lifestyle you adopt.

However, If you do not sacrifice several pleasures then it will be very difficult for you to manage your monthly expenses in Frankfurt Germany, moreover, as an international student it is very common that you do not have a lot of money to spend therefore this must be very necessary to have a wise plan for spending money and this article is going to provide you latest insights on how much money you will be spending for living in Frankfurt Germany as an expat or as an international students living privately.

1- Accommodation Cost in Frankfurt

Renting a living place in Frankfurt is the most expensive thing an international resident or an international student because rents of places depend on its location in Frankfurt as apartments in the city center are expensive than suburbs areas however, student dormitories and shared hotels or private hostels are cheaper and better than private accommodations when you have limited money to manage your monthly expenses. 

  • Three-room apartment in the Frankfurt costs from 1200-1500 euros
  • Three-room apartment outside the city center costs 900-1100 euros

Moreover, if you want to save more money then it is advised that you should share the apartment with others as you also have to pay utility bills for electricity, gas, garbage, etc which will cost nearly 215 euros a month.

2- Food and Grocery Cost in Frankfurt

Eating at restaurants can be costly as a one-person meal cost nearly 10 euros however a two-person meal in a restaurant can cost you up to 50 euros which depicts that if you cook at home and make your daily meals then, of course, you can save a lot of money and as these prices are of basic food items which are very low cost compared to what you pay at restaurant for ready made meal.

The following are the prices of basic food items in the Frankfurt market:

  • A bottle of milk is less than 1 euro
  • Fresh white bread costs 2 euros
  • 1 kg of fruit costs around 3 euros
  • A pack of cigarettes is 5 euros
  • A Bottle of wine is 6 euros
  • Regular coffee costs 3 euros
  • German beer at the restaurant costs 4 euros while it costs less than a euro if you buy it from the market.

3- Transportation Cost in Frankfurt

Additionally, public transportation cost in Frankfurt is only 80 euros a month however, if you are a fitness freak then monthly membership for fitness centers in Frankfurt costs only 50€ moreover fun activities donot cost you much if you do them rarely, for example, watching a movie at the cinema at 9€ only and apart from this prices of clothing things vary depending upon the brands and your budget. 

Top Tourist Destinations of Frankfurt Germany in 2023

I will suggest you following 10 top tourist locations that you must visit while you stay in Frankfurt Germany

  1. Frankfurt Stock Exchange – Borse
  2. Goethehaus
  3. Frankfurter Dom
  4. Sachsenhausen
  5. Explora
  6. Alte Oper
  7. Museum fur Moderne Kunst
  8. Bornheim
  9. Frankfurt Zoo
  10. Stadel Museum

What Activities can you do in Frankfurt Germany?

There are many things you can do while being in Frankfurt such as following:

  • Book an amazing Jewish tour with Kulturothek.
  • Enjoy the breathtaking landscape of the city and visit a popular skating event on Tuesday night.
  • If you are a book worm, then never miss visiting the book fair in Frankfurt.
  • On Christmas, never miss visiting the Christmas markets as they are full of enjoyment and make you remember your home.
  • On Christofer’s Street Day celebrate the gay pride with the gay community. 
  • Go for a shopping spree on side of Schiller Passage.
  • In Frankfurt, Dippenmarkt buy yourself a garden gnome.
  • Listen to the best music in Summa Summarum.
  • Have a finger-licking meal at Pielok.
  • Go to the Cocoon club and party hard.

Yousaf Saeed

Yousaf is known as a scholarship specialist in South Asian universities where he delivers lectures on scholarships related matters and we are happy to have him in our team because his knowledge about study abroad opportunities is very helpful for students. He also won three funded funded international scholarships through which he got his undergrad, masters and Phd studies completed with good impact factor score on researchgate.

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