Frankfurt (Main) has the honor of having the biggest airport in Germany. With almost 60 million served passengers a year, Frankfurt (Main) is the main hub of Lufthansa. But why not stopping by for a day? Whether for business purposes or the interests of a traveler, the city of Frankfurt (Main) is well worth your time!
Most probably, you will arrive at the central station in Frankfurt (Main).
First opened in the 19th century, the central station of Frankfurt (Main) is one of the most important stations in Germany according to the Deutsche Bahn.
Frankfurt’s old town is a real gem! Even though some of the historical core has been destroyed during WW II, the buildings have been rebuilt and restored.
The most important sights are the “Römerberg mit Römer”, the “Samstagsberg” as well as St. Paul’s Church.
The moment I’m writing this city review of Frankfurt (Main), I’m watching a significant event in the St. Paul’s Church.
Holding a huge political symbolism, the St. Paul’s Church in Frankfurt (Main) is the place where the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade occurs. This year, the prize was awarded Navid Kermani.
Trust me, it’s really worth to go inside the church which is nowadays no church anymore!
There’s a street in Frankfurt right next to the river Main where one museum is located right next to another. I don’t know how many exactly, but you will find one of your interest for sure!
There is for example the Lego Museum, the Art Institute, …
Much to my personal surprise, Frankfurt (Main) has a quite big area for a palm garden.
But unlike many other cities we visited so far, Frankfurt (Main) demands an entrance fee. Being short of time, we skipped going in. Do you have any experiences with it?
Probably, the exhibition grounds of Frankfurt (Main) is not of your interest when visiting the city as a tourist.
But if you are in Frankfurt (Main) for business purposes, the exhibition grounds (Messegelände) are probably of huge importance for you. For example, the biggest book fair of the world took place last week!
Influencing monetary policy in Europe and thus all over the world, the European Central Bank in Frankfurt is well worth a glance!
The building which was just opened this year in March is a high-rise of modern architecture. On this occasion, I loved seeing the skyline of Frankfurt (Main)!
Across the Main lead many bridges. However, the “Eiserner Steg” is a special one as it is just for pedestrians.
Crossing it, you can either reach the street with the many museums or the old town on the other side.
All in all, I was surprised by the historical part and the beauty Frankfurt (Main) has to offer and would definitely recommend visiting the city if you got some time!