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With its scenic high-rise skyline, diverse population and thriving business and cultural scenes, Frankfurt is one of Germany's most vibrant cities. Whether you're attending a trade fair, catching breathtaking views from the Main Tower or exploring the endless array of museums, shops and restaurants, a visit to Frankfurt is guaranteed to be memorable.

Frankfurt: city layout
From soaring modern architecture to quaint medieval squares, Frankfurt effortlessly balances fascinating history and contemporary allure.

In the Altstadt (old city) you can visit historic Römer Square and enjoy one of the traditional pubs and restaurants. In the surrounding Innenstadt (city centre), you might explore The Zeil, Germany's longest pedestrian shopping street, or dine with the locals at one of the many upscale restaurants that line the parallel Freßgass.

South of the river, Sachsenhausen has waterside museums and food markets, while leafy and luxurious Westend offers green spaces and an exclusive ambience.

Things to see and do
Frankfurt is renowned for its architecture, which runs the gamut from ancient to avant-garde. Visit the gleaming Main Tower for sweeping vistas across the city, the red sandstone St Bartholomew's Cathedral for Gothic thrills, and the splendid Römer City Hall for a dash of medieval history.

Art fans won't want to miss a stroll along the Museumufer (Museum Embankment), which includes striking museums such as the Städel Museum, the German Architecture Museum and the German Film Museum, among others.

Prefer to indulge in some shopping? Head to The Zeil, where department stores rub up against retail chains and niche boutiques. Slightly farther on is Goethestraße, which offers luxury designer brands.

The concierge recommends…

  • Climb the 1090 steps to the top of the 56-storey Main Tower for jaw-dropping views of the city.
  • Absorb the historic atmosphere of the centuries-old Römerberg, whose buildings include the City Hall (Römer).
  • Head to the Städel Museum, whose impressive collection spans 700 years of European art.
  • Experience the array of tropical and subtropical plants at the Palmengarten.
  • Find retail and architectural thrills at the futuristic MyZeil Shopping Mall, located on The Zeil, which has restaurants and kids areas as well as shops.

Hotels in Frankfurt

Frankfurt's hotels cater for every kind of budget, style and location, whether affordable or upscale, riverside or close to the city's conference centres.

The area around Hauptbahnhof (the main train station) is characterised by dramatic skyscrapers and abundant bars, shops and restaurants. Hotels here are highly convenient for business and leisure travelers alike.

South of the river, the charming Sachsenhausen district is good for families seeking Frankfurter tradition, as is Westend thanks to its parks. To the northeast, Bornheim is a buzzy district with cafés, restaurants and a weekly farmers' market.

The city's great public transport system means you can get pretty much anywhere in and around the city within 30 to 40 minutes. Alternatively, pick up one of the red-and-silver Deutsche Bahn bikes; costs range from €0.06 per minute to €15 per day.

Eating Out in Frankfurt

There's much more to Frankfurt than the eponymous sausage snack. The city's culinary scene reflects both its traditional heritage – local pubs and restaurants – and its current international demographic. Given the generally high standard of living, there's lots of fine dining too.

Much of the culinary action takes place in the Innenstadt (city centre). Here you can pick up fruit and vegetables (or a takeaway sausage) from more than 150 stalls within the covered Klein Markthalle, feast on local dishes at an Altstadt pub or tuck in with the locals along upscale Freßgasse.

Alt-Sachsenhausen, especially the tree-lined Schweizer Platz, offers local delicacies like Grüne Sosse (green sauce) and Ebbelwoi (apple wine). Bornheim is an increasingly popular district for weekend brunch.

The chef recommends…

  • Grüne Sosse: A herby sauce that's usually mixed with sour cream or quark and eaten with hard-boiled eggs or beef and potatoes.
  • Handkäse mit Musik: slices of cheese covered with raw onions, oil and vinegar, and served with bread and butter
  • Bethmännchen: Biscuits with marzipan in the middle and almond slices on the outside. They are named after Frankfurt philanthropist and banker Simon Moritz von Bethmann.
  • Apfelwein: Ebbelwoi or äbbelwoi in the local dialect, apple wine is made from fermented apples and is the best-known local tipple.
  • Schlachtplatte: This plate of sausages and smoked meats – literally a "slaughter plate" – goes particularly well with a glass of ebbelwoi (see above).

Shopping in Frankfurt

From vintage to budget, indie to luxury, you can find every kind of retail experience in Frankfurt – including some excellent shops for local handicrafts and souvenirs.

In the Innenstadt, The Zeil has abundant department stores, Goethestraße offers shopping from some of the world's most famous haute couture designers and Schillerstrasse has mid-range stores and plenty of gift shops.

For funky, hip and second-hand items, head to Berger Straße from Bornheim Mitte U-Bahn Station, or explore the area around Bockenheim's Leipziger Straße. The Saturday flea market at Mainufer hawks everything from books to bicycles.

Tip: Most shops are closed on Sundays with the exception of some souvenir shops on Römerberg and some shops at the train station and airport.

Souvenir hunting in Frankfurt

  • Sachsenhausen's Töpferei Maurer sells homemade pottery, much of which bears Frankfurt-themed designs.
  • Souvenir Frankfurt on The Zeil has design objects from fridge magnets to a Lego version of the Main Tower.
  • Bornheim's Kaufhaus Hessen offers souvenirs and food products made in Frankfurt or its surrounding region of Hessen.
  • Right on Römerplatz, the Bürgerberatung (Citizens' Advice Bureau) sells Frankfurt-themed items (wooden toys, key chains, cookie cutters) made in workshops staffed by individuals with disabilities.
  • The Kulturothek has a good range of gifts and souvenirs by Frankfurt designers and artists. They also run tours.

Culture & Nightlife in Frankfurt

It would be easy to get the impression that Frankfurt is all business and no fun. Not so. As well as a rich cultural heritage that includes world-renowned museums, galleries and opera houses, the city has a positively thumping nightlife scene that ranges from underground jazz spots to mainstream dance clubs.

Most of the city's theatre and opera stages are within easy reach of the city centre. These include the English Theatre as well as the venerable Alte Oper and Frankfurt Opera.

The big draw for art lovers, the Museumsufer (Museum Embankment) is an ensemble of 10 museums set in a mix of historic villas and contemporary buildings. It is just across the river in Sachsenhausen.

Slick neon bars and cocktail spots populate the Bahnhofsviertel (train station area). Traditional bars can be found in and around Alt-Sachsenhausen, and mainstream clubs and dance spots line Hanauer Landstrasse.

Frankfurt's best museums

  • The internationally renowned Städel Museum showcases European art from the last 700 years.
  • The Goethe House and Museum teaches visitors about the life of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, arguably Frankfurt's most famous resident and one of the world's greatest thinkers and poets.
  • The German Film Museum presents the magic and glamour of the silver screen through film equipment from the 16th to 19th centuries.
  • The German Museum of Architecture presents architectural ideas throughout human history via 24 large-scale models.

Visiting Frankfurt with a Family

Many of Frankfurt's abundant kid-friendly attractions – most of which are fun for adults too – are conveniently located within the Innenstadt. The city's hotels, restaurants and cafés are generally family-friendly as well, with many offering separate children's menus.

In good weather, Frankfurt is an open-air playground for families, with the opportunity to take a boat trip along the Main river, visit Frankfurt Zoo or enjoy a picnic in one of the large and leafy parks. Westend's Grüneburgpark has the added bonus of a Botanical Garden.

A rainy day in Frankfurt won't mean staying at home. Take the kids to the Children's Museum for a range of interesting and interactive exhibitions on historical and cultural topics. Or make a full afternoon or day of it at the Science Center and Senckenberg Museum of Natural History, which are handily located right next to each other.

Best family activities in Frankfurt

  • The Frankfurt Children's Museum allows kids of all ages to exercise their brains by touching and playing with exhibits.
  • One of the largest of its kind in Germany, Frankfurt Zoo has more than 4,500 animals of over 400 species.
  • The Natural History Museum is a big hit with kids and adults alike thanks to interactive and easy-to-understand exhibits on the development of our planet.
  • The Science Center does an impressive job of making this subject fun for kids via fascinating and engaging exhibits.
  • Papageno Musical Theatre puts on classical music and opera productions for children as well as adults.

Latest Frankfurt Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Frankfurt Hotel
(4.1 / 5) of 2213 reviews
Good location
By Hugo Boss
Excellent central location where you could walk to many nearby amenities, attractions and sites. [Less]
Horrible internet
By qwertrtyyozmpmvm
I have stayed in this hotel for 5 weeks in last 3 months and i must admit that it has the worse internet i have ever seen. i have to log on 14 times in span of 4 hours. this was the case after you [More] changed your way of internet in October. [Less]
late checkout
the hotel is nice( being Holiday Inn express), but does not allow late checkout after 2pm (Except for a Fee) pretending that they don't have vacancy... i have stayed about 10 times.. and this is [More] always the case when i ask for a late checkout.. internet is below average, speed wise, and they keep on loging you off and you have to log in to use it !!! location and price are ok [Less]
Much better than expected
By JoeGhost
When you find a hotel with "airport" in its name, you expect a lot of noise. Not so with the Holiday Inn Express Frankfurt Airport. It is actually located far enough from the airport that you hear no [More] airplane noise at all. It's location near Moerfelden-Walldorf is in a rural setting with an RV park just beyond a field across the street from the hotel. We stayed here two nights after our arrival partially to cope with jet lag and partially to have a chance to see Frankfurt. We stayed another two nights following a 4-week stay in Europe in order to cram all our stuff into our bags and rest up for the long ride home. The rooms are small (all rooms in Europe are small by American standards), but very nice. The staff is very helpful and accommodating. The breakfast buffets were very nice with a wide selection of food for almost every taste. We highly recommend this Holiday Inn Express if your travels take you to Frankfurt. [Less]
best hotel in europe
super great hotel and very friendly clean and a pleasure [Less]
towels and pillows
By kimo321
The quality of the towels and pillows were not in line with the quality of the rest of the hotel. Both could be vastly improved! [Less]
Quiet and clean hotel.
By Pilot Gary
Excellent hotel. Will stay there next time I'm passing through Frankfurt Airport. This survey is too long. Should be short and concise. Probably will not answer another one of your surveys unless [More] you shorten it up. [Less]
Excellent customer service
By Elsadayton
I was checked in by Olga and she gave me excellent customer service. She even went to the kitchen to find out if the treats in my room were acceptable for my dietary restrictions. I will stay here [More] again. [Less]
Overall Terrific Experience
By sabined
It was indeed a pleasure to stay at this hotel and would gladly return! Thanks [Less]

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