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Holiday Destination: Frankfurt

Frankfurt is the larges city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth largest city in Germany. Frankfurt is a city, you will be amazed by the amount of gardens and nature areas there. If museums and theater are more your speed, there are plenty of these here. Frankfurt the dynamic and international financial and trade fair city with the most imposing skyline in Germany. This is the image that many visitors associate with the Main metropolis. But the city in the heart of Germany and Europe can offer many other facets and contrasting variety. Near to the skyscrapers you can find cosy Ebbelwei pubs and at the heart of the bustling city centre you can find historical sights again and again. Frankfurt is an international centre for finance, commerce, culture, transport, education and tourism. It is therefore considered an alpha world city as listed by the Loughborough University group's 2010 inventory. The importance of Frankfurt as a financial center is rising in recent years. Indications are the establishment of the European supervisory authority for insurance European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority and the installation of the EU system risk Council, the European authority for the early detection, prevention and management of systemic risks within the financial market in the EU. No matter what you enjoy, Frankfurt has it. Even though a large section of Frankfurt was flatted during World War II.


Summer 19.3 °C (66.7 °F), Winter 1.4 °C (34.5 °F)

Tourist Season

Summer is the best season for tourism.


Hotels and Apartments.

General Information Of Frankfurt

  • Land Area: 95.87 sq mi (248.31 km2)
  • Population: 6 Lakh.
  • Capital City: Frankfurt.
  • Language: German and Spanish.

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Frankfurt

Main Tower

Main Tower is a 56 storey, 200 m skyscraper in Frankfurt am Main, Germany named after the nearby river Main. The building is 240 m when its antenna spire is included. Main Tower has five underground floors, and two public viewing platforms, and it is the only skyscraper in Frankfurt with a public viewing observatory. It is the 4th tallest building in Frankfurt and the 4th tallest in Germany, tied with the Tower 185. Main Tower open to the public. You can use the elevator to enjoy the view of the cityscape Frankfurt from this 200 meter high tower. They have taken the time and effort to build new and unique skyscrapers. From the observation deck you have a wonderful view of the skyline and are able to look downtown also. The deck is open daily in the summer from 8 am to 8 pm.

Goethe House

The Goethe House in the old town of Frankfurt am Main was the family residence of the Goethe family, most notably Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, until 1795. Johann Wolfgang was himself born here in 1749 to his parents, Johann Caspar Goethe, a lawyer, and Katherine Elisabeth Textor, daughter of the mayor of Frankfurt. But the house can still be returned to the atmosphere initially with original furnishings, paintings and books from the Goethe family. It was fully restored with the original furniture, paintings and books of the family Goethe. Take inspiration from the writing desk, where Goethe wrote The Sorrows of Young Werther.

Cider Taverns in Sachsenhausen

Sachsenhausen is a part of the city of Frankfurt, Germany. Composed of two districts Sachsenhausen Nord and Sachsenhausen Sud, it is part of the Ortsbezirk Süd. It is located on the South bank of the Main river, right in the city center, opposite the Old Town. Sachsenhausen was founded as Frankfurt's bridgehead in the 12th century. The oldest documents point to the year 1193. The signature drink of Frankfurt is Apfelwein, or Ebbelwoi as the Frankfurters say a light alcoholic apple cider that is produced in the regions around Frankfurt.

Paulskirche - Church of St Paul

St Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main is a church with important political symbolism in Germany. It was opened as a Protestant church in 1789 coincidentally the same year as the French Revolution. By 1849, it had become the seat of the Frankfurt Parliament, the first publicly and freely elected German legislative body. In World War II, the church was nearly destroyed along with much of the Frankfurt Innenstadt. As a tribute to its symbolism of freedom and as the cradle of Germany, it was the first structure in Frankfurt to be rebuilt after the war it was reopened on the centennial of the Frankfurt Parliament. Due to financial restraints, the original inner form was dramatically altered.


Take a walk along the river Main, which runs through Frankfurt's city center and is lined on both sides by some of best museums in the country; among them the superb German Film Museum and the fine art Städel Museum, which focuses on the old masters. The embankment to the south of the Main River in Frankfurt, Germany, is called Museumsufer or Museum Embankment because of the large concentration of museums there. Perhaps the leading one is the Städel art gallery. Area with several museum is called Museumsufer, and on Saturday you can hunt for treasure in the largest flea market in Frankfurt. Museumsufer located in Schaumainkai, Frankfurt.

Senckenberg Museum of Natural History

The Naturmuseum Senckenberg in Frankfurt is the second largest museum of natural history in Germany. It is particularly popular with children, who enjoy the extensive collection of dinosaur skeletons: Senckenberg boasts the largest exhibition of large dinosaurs in Europe. One particular treasure is a dinosaur fossil with unique, preserved scaled skin. The museum contains the world's largest and most diverse collection of stuffed birds with about 2000 specimens. The building housing the Senckenberg Museum was erected between 1904 and 1907 outside of the center of Frankfurt in the same area as the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, which was founded in 1914. The museum is owned and operated by the Senckenberg Nature Research Society, which began with an endowment by Johann Christian Senckenberg.

Zeil shopping street

The Zeil is a street in the city centre of Frankfurt, Germany. The name, which dates back to the 14th century, is derived from the German word Zeile row and originally referred to a row of houses on the eastern end of the north side the name was not extended to the entire street until later. Since the end of the 19th century it has been one of the most famous and busiest shopping streets in Germany. Before World War II it was also known for its grand buildings, but most of them were destroyed and not rebuilt. The western part of the Zeil is a pedestrian zone between two large plazas, Hauptwache in the west and Konstablerwache in the east. The Fifth Avenue of Germany, this shopping street offers everything from chic boutiques, and international department chains.

Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art is an art museum in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, on 53rd Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. It has been important in developing and collecting modernist art, and is often identified as the most influential museum of modern art in the world. The museum's collection offers an unparalleled overview of modern and contemporary art, including works of architecture and design, drawings, painting, sculpture, photography, prints, illustrated books and artist's books, film, and electronic media. Designed by architect Hans Hollering, museum, founded in 1981 has a triangular shape and is called cake by the locals. The museum is located in Domstrasse 10, Frankfurt and is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 o'clock.


Bus Terminal

Touring Tours & Travel GmbH

Am Römerhof 17
Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt Central Station

Arnulfstrasse 21
Munich, Germany

Hotel Prinzregent Am Friedensengel

Frankfurt, Germany


Frankfurt Airport: For international flight.

Frankfurt Hahn Airport: For international flight.

Frankfurt Egelsbach Airport: For international and domestic flight.

Railway Stations

Frankfurt Central Station

Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt Airport Stations

Hugo-Eckener-Ring 1
Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt South Station

Frankfurt, Germany

Konstablerwache Station

Frankfurt, Germany

Hauptwache Station

Frankfurt, Germany

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