People often think of Frankfurt as a transportation hub, picturing a hectic airport and crowds that rush to their destination at a bustling train station. But Frankfurt is not only an industrial city or stopover, this historical place has arts and culture to rival any other Germany city.
To truly enjoy Frankfurt, you’ll have to start with a good walk around town. The landmarks to hit include the Römer, an old town square which is surrounded by 14th and 15th century buildings that is the location of the former city hall. At the center of the square, there is a fountain of Justice. adorned with the goddess Justitia. Later on, enjoy historical attractions such as St. Bartholomew, with Gothic art and a 66 meters tower, St. Paul church, a symbol of politics since it was used as the election of the first constitution in 1848, and the Opera Theatre Alte Oper & Borse with shows of both symphony orchestras and modern music. Frankfurt also has abundant interesting museums such as the Museumsufer which exhibits many of the world’s most famous painters like Rembrandt, Renoir and Rubens. Don’t miss the Moderne Kunst Museum, an exhibition spot of modern art like Andy Warhol, Historisches Museum, where you can learn about history and last but not least the Jewish Museum, a place that tells you a story about Jewish life in Frankfurt.
Come to Albatros German delicacies and a special Frankfurt-inspired menu. (website)
This little bistro and brasserie used to be a grocery store in the 1950s.
The name says it all, “The best sausage in town” is served here. (website)