What to see in Frankfurt


Frankfrut It is one of the cities with the most inhabitants in Germany and for some years now it has become one of the main destinations for all those travelers who visit that country. It is a city with a lot of charm that has nothing to envy the famous Berlin and where you can find places of great interest.

Essential visits

If you are traveling to Germany, I definitely recommend you visit this city as you will not regret it, even if it is to see the highlights. Take note of the most interesting thing about Frankfurt:

Römerberg: It is a medieval square that was for a long time the center of the city government, but during the Second World War it was razed and it was only partially rebuilt. That is what gives it the most charm. On the west side is the Town Hall and on the east a few beautiful medieval houses. In this square several festivals are held throughout the year and there is a tourist office.


Museumsufer: It is one of the most important museum areas in the city and runs from the Friedensbrücke Bridge to the Dreikönigskirche Church. It encompasses 13 museums that are in different villas and that are from different periods. Among others, there you can find the Cinema Museum, the Jewish Museum, the Architecture Museum or the Museum of Applied Arts.

Lohrberg: from here you can enjoy spectacular views thanks to the fact that it is a hill almost 200 meters high. A fantastic park to spend a relaxing day admiring all the beauty around it.

St. Paul's Church: It was for a time the seat of the German Parliament and houses a large mural by Johannes Grützke on the historical procession of representatives in this church.

Frankfurt Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia (August 2020)


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