Getting into the City Frankfurt am Main Airport is about 12 km southwest of central Frankfurt and it’s near the Autobahn intersection (Frankfurter Kreuz) that’s the junction of A3 and A5 motorways. The airport is a major hub for Lufthansa and is the 3rd largest airport in the world besides being one of the busiest… Read the full article
Frankfurt Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
One of the global hubs of culture, education, commerce and finance, Frankfurt is one of Europe’s alpha cities that also contains one of the most well connected airports in the world. Located on both sides of the River Main…the southern end of Frankfurt has the biggest German city forest i.e. the Frankfurt City Forest.
All glistening steel and glass and a bevy of skyscrapers have led to Frankfurt being known as “mainhattan”. However at its core lies Astaldt or the old town with its traditional buildings with timber accents, cafes, lovely boutiques and inspiring street art along with winding riverside paths and plenty of taverns serving delicious apple wine and German rural food.
The nightclubs here bustle with the student population and you will find a cosmopolitan mix and a diverse taste in music. Frankfurt has an impressive array of museums with Stadel museum, Senckenberg, museum fur Moderne Kunst and Museum Judengasse being the most prominent names.
The 54 acre Palmengarten with its different climatic zone flora and concerts is a must visit and so is the iconic town hall Romer. Shop for fresh produce at Kleinmarkthalle and designer wear at Sachsenhausen and then go for an extensive tram ride at Ebbelwei Express before rounding it off with a cruise on the Main
Summers in Frankfurt are amazing with locals chilling on the banks of Main and drinking copious quantities of apple wine. You will find a lot of walkers, bicycle riders and skaters and lots of watchers who simply stare at Germany’s best skyline.
Learn about all of Frankfurt’s charms and facilities and local transport systems in our exhaustive guide to Frankfurt.
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Frankfurt, officially known as Frankfurt am Main, is the financial capital of Germany. The commercial centre of the city is known as ‘Mainhattan’ of Europe for its unmatching skyline on the bank of river Main. Frankfurt was shaken by plague, fire, invasions and war but still excelled as a beautiful city of Germany. Frankfurt is… Read the full article