Avant-garde buildings, modern skyscrapers showcasing classy German architecture and sumptuous designs, plenty of historical sites, ruins and scrumptious dining, Frankfurt are a major tourist hotspot not only in Germany, but all of Europe.
Frankfurt has many striking attractions that keep the visitor’s influx throughout the year. Visit its heart to witness the renovated historic city of Romerberg. It was completely demolished during the World War II. Its surroundings are well complemented by as many as thirteen stunning skyscrapers. The tallest of them being the Commerzbank Tower (three hundred meters height), followed by the Maintower. It boasts a height of two hundred meters. A city that is full of contrasts boasts new and old architecture that exists in utter accord.
Commerzbank Tower, boasts a height of three hundred meters
Museum Embankment or the Museumsufer, situated on Schaumainkai Street on the south bank of the Main River, attracts people all around the world who want to know more about Germany’s rich culture. There are as many as sixteen depositories set on restoring historic mansions and new buildings. Here you can explore the Museum of Applied Arts, the Stadel Institute of Art, the Communications Museum, the German Architecture Museum and the German Film Museum. Still got some more time? Why not visit at Frankfurt’s major flea market or take a walk along the river bank to witness one of the many cultural facets?
A visit to Frankfurt is never complete without a trip to the birthplace of the city’s one of the most renowned citizens, J. W. Goethe. He was a prominent novelist, scientist, playwright and poet. The site is adorned with fixtures, artifacts and furnishings from the late baroque period. The present house is the perfect modernization of the original house where he was believed to be born. Stroll along the historical house and nearby museums; you will have bigger and greater understanding and perspective of the lives and conditions at that time.