Right in the heart of Germany, Frankfurt is located next to the river Main. A city that has made itself best known for stately skyscrapers and financial districts. Today, Frankfurt has created a great nightlife thanks to the mix of students and businessmen who work in the city. As a tourist, there are things to experience, whether it is culture, sports or food that interests you the most.
Like many other Central European cities, there are preserved districts with unique elements. In the Saschsenhausen district, you are met by crooked cobbled streets, old buildings and cozy restaurants. Why not sit down and try a glass of the famous apple wine / cider?
At the Museumsufer district in central Frankfurt you will find lots of different museums and it takes more than a day if you want to have time to visit them all. In the city center you will also find the Palmengarten botanical garden. In a unique environment, more than 6,000 different species mix over 22 hectares. For the shopping enthusiast, there is a good selection in the city and much can be found around The Zeil, which is Frankfurt's shopping street.
Football is extremely big in Germany and in Frankfurt is the headquarters of the German Football Association. The biggest and most famous club is called Eintracht Frankfurt which plays in the German highest league Bundesliga. If you get the opportunity, we highly recommend a visit to Deutsche Bank Park, Eintracht Frankfurt's home ground with a capacity of over 50,000 people.
For those interested in music, there is both a wide alternative in the West End district. Alte Oper is the city's opera house and here you will find a number of different sets. The house was destroyed during World War II but was built as an exact copy on the outside. The English Theater is also located in the West End and mainly offers musicals and theater productions.
Frankfurt am Main's main airport is just over a mile from the city center and is among the largest airports in Europe. There are several direct departures here daily from Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Stockholm and Oslo. By metro (S-Bahn) the journey into the city does not take more than 10 minutes. There are also good communications by Taxi or Bus. Once inside Frankfurt, there is a well-functioning underground network.
The euro is the currency used in Germany. Many places take the usual payment cards but do not take it for granted, but it can be a good idea to check out what applies in the current deal. So it can be a good idea to bring some cash with you.
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