FRA

Terminal 1

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Restaurants

There are over 50 places to eat and drink in the post-Security area of Terminal 1, all of which are spread out across Concourses A-C and Z. German, Italian and Asian specialties are on offer along with fast food favorites, coffee shops, bars and bakeries. The well-reviewed Thai and Vietnamese restaurant, Coa offers views of the runway - though these are slightly hidden. Ask for seats around the corner. If you'd prefer to eat on the go, stop by the Temaki Bar. They offer a variety of sushi to take away in bento boxes. Bread-lovers should visit traditional bakeries such as Heberer's and Ditsch, where you can purchase pretzels and other snacks fresh from the oven. Goethe Bar, which serves alcoholic beverages as well as hot and cold dishes doubles up as a good meeting point. You can't miss the statue of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Frankfurt's famous poet. Other places to grab a drink include the mini Bavarian beer garden at the Reingold Bar, and the café/bar Mondo, where there are great views of the airfield. Before Security, there are about 30 or so eateries, located mainly in Concourses A and B though there are 2 cafés in Concourse C. The options include fried chicken, Asian street food, Italian cuisine and a bistro. Thong Thai in the Airport City Mall is especially popular with travelers and has 5-star ratings online.
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Shopping

There are plenty of places to shop in Terminal 1, both in the public area as well as after Security. You'll find everything from duty-free stores to toy shops, newsstands, convenience stores and premium brands such as Burberry, Hermes, Swarovski and Versace. German brands are also well represented here; shop brands like Birkenstock, Falke, van Laack and Thomas Sabo. The airport also offers a Click and Collect service for duty-free purchases. Simply reserve your items online via their website and then pay for your order once you arrive at the airport.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage
  • Children's play areas (near Gates A50, B22, C16, Z24 and Z50)
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning service (in the Airport City Mall)
  • Hairdresser (in the Airport City Mall)
  • Information points
  • Device charging stations
  • Nail salon
  • Pharmacy (before and after Security)
  • Prayer room
  • Smoking rooms
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible phones
  • Disabled parking
  • Elevators
  • Ramps
  • Passenger Support Service
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Restaurants

There's a food court in Terminal 1 Arrivals where you can sit down for something to eat and a drink before making your way out of the airport.
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Shopping

There are several shops and convenience stores in the public area of Terminal 1, including a supermarket which - unusually for Germany - is open on a Sunday.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible phones
  • Disabled parking
  • Elevators
  • Ramps
  • Passenger Support Service

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