10 recommended places to visit

Frankfurt is a city of business, high-rise buildings and big money. And also an extraordinary field of culture, literature and art. A city reborn after war damage, full of unimaginable contrasts. Curiosities, although sometimes hidden, are waiting for you here.

1. Stadel Museum

One of the most important art galleries in Germany, second only to galleries in Berlin, Munich and Dresden. On the one hand, it is an amazing structure that impresses from a distance, and on the other hand it intimidates with its valuable collections inside.

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2. Main Tower

Business card of the business part of Frankfurt. No chance you will miss it! It is over 200 meters high and glistens in the sun's rays. It is very impressive modern building, but moreover a great place to see panorama of the city from the top!

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3. Romer

The heart of the Old Town. There are traditional, though reconstructed buildings. It is neat, but very atmospheric and noisy. From the earliest times, the square has been and continues to be the scene of events of a minor or greater importance - from imperial coronations to famous Christmas markets.

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4. Cathedral of St. Bartholomew

The largest church in Frankfurt, and also one of the most important in all of Germany. It is one of the seven "imperial cathedrals" that were designed according to a strictly defined canon that divided the imperial part and the religious part.

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5. Old Opera House

Magnificent architecture, detailed facade, fascinating sculptures. This is how to describe the Old Opera House in Frankfurt. Here you will get to know a completely different face of the city.

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6. Iron Bridge

From everywhere, the magnificent building squeezes into the field of vision and into the visual aisles in a seductive manner. Its towering ups and downs, its warm colors, its overwhelming backdrop day and night make the Schwerin Castle special for every visitor.

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7. Museumsufer

It's just beautiful and very chic here! The area with elegant old villas has become the perfect place to create a unique Museum Quarter. You will find here among others Museum of Applied Arts, Museum of World Cultures, German Film Museum, Museum of Sculpture.

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8. Goethe House

Explore the birthplace of the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, author of "The Suffering of Young Werther". The magnificent tenement house presents the local architectural style from the 18th century, but also delights with its collection.

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9. Mainkai

The waterfront in Frankfurt is wonderfully arranged and is a great place for recreation and relaxation, but also for hiking. There are also numerous marinas for cruise ships along the waterfront, so you can explore the rest of Frankfurt from the water.

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10. Eschenheimer Turm

Eschenheimer Turm is the proud city gate, a remnant of Frankfurt's late medieval fortifications, is the city's showpiece. It is also the oldest and most unchanged building. Come and see lovely and strong sight.

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