Frankfurt Sights

frankfurt sightsGoethehaus (Goethe House)

The Goethe House is the birth place of Frankfurt’s most famous son – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The world famous writer was born here in 1749, grew up together with his paren…

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Location: City: Center

frankfurt sightsKaiserdom (Imperial Cathedral)

The Imperial Cathedral, where emperors had been crowned for centuries, is one of the top sights in Frankfurt…

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Location: City: Historic Area

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frankfurt sightsAirport

Frankfurt Airport is the most important airport in Europe for Cargo traffic and the third busiest for passengers. It does not only host conferencing facilities, a shopping mal…

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Location: Airport

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frankfurt sightsRömer (City Hall)

The Römer has been Frankfurt’s City hall for more than 600 years. It houses the Emperors Hall, framed by portraits of emperors that were crowned in Frankfurt, same as the off…

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Location: City: Historic Area

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frankfurt sightsEuropean Central Bank

Frankfurt’s latest landmark, the new ECB building, consists of three parts: the historic former wholesale market hall from 1928, a north tower (185 meters) and a south tower (…

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Location: Ostend ECB

frankfurt sightsZoo Frankfurt

The Frankfurt Zoo, with its convenient downtown location and manageable size is a favorite spot not only for children but also for a nice walk. …

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Location: City: Center

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frankfurt sightsMain and Bridges

Frankfurt am Main (Frankfurt on the Main) refers to the river which flows through the city and also explains the frequently used expression “Mainhatten”….

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Location: City: Historic Area

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frankfurt sightsOld Opera

Alte Oper is certainly the classic architectural show piece of Frankfurt. It houses concerts and events and functions as a prestigious congress and conference centre in downto…

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Location: City: Center

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frankfurt sightsPaulskiche (St. Paul's Church)

The St. Paul´s Church (Paulskirche) is the symbol of German democracy – it was here, in 1849, that it became the seat of the Frankfurter National Assembly the first freely …..

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Location: City: Historic Area

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frankfurt sightsPalmengarten (botanical garden)

22 hectares of the most diversified global flora are on display at the Frankfurt Palmengarten (botanical garden)….

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Location: Bockenheim

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frankfurt sightsFinancial District

Frankfurt is not only home to the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, but also to the European Central Bank and – status 2010 – 63 national and 152 internati…

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Location: City: Financal District