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Of Cultural Interest in Frankfurt am Main
Iron Bridge
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Frankfurt Airport
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Restaurants in Frankfurt am Main
Römer Pils Brunnen Restaurant
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Atschel Restaurant
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Zimt & Koriander Restaurant
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Schwarzen Stern Restaurant
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Hostels in Frankfurt am Main
Ritter Hotel
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All about Frankfurt am Main tourism

Frankfurt, or Frankfurt am Main, is one of Germany’s largest cities and, the financial hub of continental Europe, home to the European Central Bank and many high-profile European financial institutions. Luckily, Frankfurt tourism offers plenty to see and do even for those not in the industry. So whether you visit Frankfurt for business or pleasure, these tips from real travelers on minube will help you find the best the city has to offer.

Due to its central location in Europe, your holiday in Frankfurt couldn't be easier to organize. As a major rail hub, it has over 340 daily train connections with major German and European cities. Frankfurt–Hahn Airport is also one of the busiest in the world, and those flying into Frankfurt will find several bus lines on arrival ready to help them travel to Frankfurt city with ease.

The modern side of Frankfurt is apparent in its updated infrastructure and skyscrapers, but the first stop of your Frankfurt holidays should be in the historic area to learn a little about Frankfurt’s past. The picturesque homes around Römerberg are a great place to start before visiting St. Bartholomew’s Church and the Old Frankfurt Opera House. Speaking of which, Frankfurt’s Opera is the best in Germany and one of the most respected in all of Europe. A night at the opera would be an unforgettable addition to your Frankfurt holiday.

You should also spend at least one day of your Frankfurt trip, preferably Saturday, admiring the Städel art museum before heading to the bustling flea market to pick up some souvenirs of your holidays to Frankfurt and try some of Frankfurt’s famous Apfelwein cider. If you think a Frankfurt vacation is for you, get started planning your trip using the trips and recommendations below.