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Things to do

Restaurants

COCO Asiatisches Restaurant

Große Eschenheimer Str. 41
60313 Frankfurt
+49-69- 9203 4786

Bull & Bear- Café, Bar & Restaurant

Schillerstr. 11
60313 Frankfurt am Main
+49-69- 1338 8733

Leib & Seele

Am Kornmarkt 11
60311 Frankfurt am Main
+49-69- 281 529

Knossos Greek Restaurant

Luisenstr. 7
60385 Frankfurt
+49-69- 444 796

Pizzeria Spago

Große Eschenheimer Str. 52
60313 Frankfurt
+49-69- 9050 1271

Vapiano

Goetheplatz 1- 3
60313 Frankfurt
+49-69- 9288 7888

Attractions

The Main Tower

There is no better way to see Frankfurt (Frankfurt vacation rentals | Frankfurt travel guide) than from the top of the Main Tower, the city's only high-rise open to the public. Take the elevator up to the 650-feet high platform to enjoy sweeping views of Frankfurt’s cityscape. You can also grab a snack in the restaurant of the Main Tower.

Römerberg

Centrally located in the Old Town is  The Römerberg ("Roman Mountain"), the historic heart of Frankfurt and home to its City Hall, which dates back to 1405. Flanked by half-timbered houses, this historic square used to be the place for Frankfurt's first trade fairs in the 13th century.

River Trip

Take a river cruise and admire the green and calm side of the business and financial capital Frankfurt. The special tip is to see the Sky Light Tour towards the end of the day, when Frankfurt and its sky scrapers will start to illuminate stunningly.

Museumsufer

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 area is called Museumsufer, "Museum embankment", and on Saturdays, you can hunt here for treasures at Frankfurt's largest flea market.

Cider Taverns in Sachsenhausen

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. You can find some of the best and oldest apple cider taverns in the cobblestone streets of Frankfurt's district "Sachsenhausen", south of the Old Town.



 

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