Introducing Frankfurt

The city of Frankfurt might just surprise you; it’s a destination that can sometimes be overlooked for the capital but when it comes to food and shopping, history and culture, sights and attractions, sunset views and river cruises, Frankfurt really can hold its own. Set along Germany’s Main River, much of this city was destroyed during the Second World War and was later rebuilt and pieced back together. As a result, we now have a stylish and slick city which features a fantastic fusion of old and new, of classic and contemporary. And from its countless sights and must-see historical buildings in the Old Town area to its modern shopping malls and busy high streets, there’s something to suit just about everyone. A great city break destination all year round.

Highlights of Frankfurt

The iconic Römer building is not to be missed; a medieval building which is one of the city’s most important landmarks.
Goethe House
This is Goethe’s birthplace and exhibitions rooms, the former family residence of the Goethe family, most notably Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Senckenberg Museum
This is Germany’s second largest natural history museum and it’s suitable for visitors of all ages. Great for kids and adults alike.
Set in the PalaisQuartier and with its main entrance located on Frankfurt’s main shopping street, MyZeil is a modern shopping complex featuring high street and designer brands.
To get away from the city’s hustle and bustle, retreat to the Palmengarten, a beautiful botanical garden and greenhouse.

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