Frankfurt is Germany’s fifth largest city and is an international centre for finance, culture, transport and tourism.Read More
The city is well known for tourist attractions such as the historic Römerberg, Frankfurt Cathedral, St Paul’s Church and the Goethe House. As a result, Frankfurt has numerous people visiting every year.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel accommodation, in central locations throughout Frankfurt. Adina Apartment Hotel Frankfurt Neue Oper is perfectly positioned along the banks of the River Main.
Frankfurt is a picturesque city and is home to many architectural and historical gems.
Walking along one of the cobblestone streets will afford views of original half-timbered houses, as well as ornate castles and churches dating back as far as 850. From the Romantic and Castle Roads, relics of the middle ages can be admired, complete with ramparts, city gates and the town hall.
The city has many museums and galleries with collections from the past and exhibitions featuring the next generation of artists, musicians and artisans.
With over 3,000 restaurants in Frankfurt, you will never be at a loss for somewhere to eat. The majority of cafes, bars and restaurants are in the downtown area, which is very walkable and is famous for it’s authentic and reasonably priced German food.Read Less
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Adina Apartment Hotel Frankfurt is located on the bank of the river Main, just a few minutes from the city centre. The historic Römer, Frankfurt Cathedral and the Goethe-House are close by.
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This “Roman Mountain” is home to the historic City Hall of Frankfurt, which dates back to 1405.
St Paul’s Church was built between 1789 and 1833 and housed many political meetings. It is now used for exhibitions and special events.
Famous for its bold architecture and extensive art collections, including works by Lichtenstein, Beuys, Warhol, and Richter.
Founded by citizens of Frankfurt in 1868, these botanical gardens contain plants, trees and flowers from all over the world.
The fully restored house of one of Germany’s most important writers, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Offering a wide selection of exhibits, tours and festivals, this zoo is home to more than 4,500 animals and 450 species.
This 100-year-old festival hall hosts international events from musical acts, performance art and circus troupes, to ice-skating spectaculars.
An open-air museum exploring over 400 years of rural life, including permanent exhibitions as well as presentations about farming and craft.
The Frankfurt Cathedral, dates back to the 14th century and has an impressive collection of relics and ceremonial objects.
A street filled with the best shopping Frankfurt has to offer. Known as Germany’s “Fifth Avenue”.
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