The largest city in Hesse is also known as "Mainmetropole" and is one of the most important trading markets in Europe. An impressive skyline, which is visible for miles, welcomes the visitors of the city. This is also the reason why many people call it "Mainhattan" as a variation of "Main" and "Manhattan". Modern high-rise buildings are mainly the most well-known banks. On the mighty Frankfurt Stock Exchange, which is located in the bustling city center, the securities trading is controlled.Where does the guest live in the city?
Frankfurt is an important metropolis due to the central location in the middle of Germany and its popularity. Measuring A as Automechanika to Z as future living spaces take place here. The capacity of accommodation is correspondingly high. Hotels in all categories can be found in and around Frankfurt. But not only business travelers come to the city; Even private individuals would like to visit this exciting metropolis. Since there is always something going on all year round, it is advisable to look for a hostel in time. The guest can travel by airplane to the major airport, by rail and, of course, by his own car. In order to experience the high traffic volume in the city as much as possible, the well-developed public transport can be reached by subway, suburban train, tram and bus.What can be seen in Frankfurt?
The Römerberg near the Main river was and still is the hub of the city, on which the town hall, the Roman, is located. On the other side, the façade of a whole row of houses destroyed by the Second World War was reconstructed to reconstruct the market square in its former splendor. In the middle of the Romerberg is one of the most important landmarks of the city of the imposing justice fountains. On the way to the inner city you pass the Paulskirche, where the Frankfurt Reichsverfassung was adopted in 1849.What else is interesting?
The Frankfurt Zeil is a wide pedestrian zone with numerous shops. The MyZeil, which was completed in 2009 and is a shopping center with an interesting architecture, can be found here. The glass construction is part of the Palais Quartier and houses shops as well as on the upper floors a "Gastro-Boulevard", from where a beautiful view over the city is granted. The main square, An der Hauptwache, forms the central point of the inner city, the name being derived from the baroque building of the guard. Opposite the pulsating city center, on the other side of the Main, the district of Alt Sachsenhausen leads to a traditional "Äppelwoi" in one of the traditional apple wine pubs, which line up closely in the dreamy streets. Here the day can end in a happy mood.