Frankfurt am Main

Welcome to the heart of Germany. Frankfurt has existed for over 1,000 years and is almost the exact geographic center of Europe. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the famed writer was born here. And his former home is now the Goethe House Museum. From the largest, adrenaline-inducing Autobahn interchange to the most active train station and the biggest airport, Frankfurt is the center of it all. And the most exciting element about Frankfurt is that it is relatively untouched by tourism and has stayed authentic over many, many centuries.

Discover Palmengarten—the perfect escape from the non-stop movement of Frankfurt. Inside you will find a beautiful botanical garden, adorned with invigorating plant life. And come to Römer—the city’s most famous building which has stood firm in the same spot since the 1400s. Or tour Roman Catholic St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral—a Gothic-style landmark built of red sandstone that stands out in this city of skyscrapers.

Escape to nearby castles and small villages where time has stood still. Or see the city through a different lens on a railway named Deutschherrnbrücke—the sunset views are most stunning from its perspective. From secret acoustic gigs to English theatre to remarkable sushi, the city of Frankfurt is full of memorable surprises.

Experience Hotels In Frankfurt am Main

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