The Old Town of Frankfurt is an amazing scenic place to be, The Romerberg in the heart of old town, is a stunning public square to visit. It is the busiest pedestrian zone of the city and home to many tourist attractions.
History lovers can simply head towards the Senckenberg Natural History Museum, it houses Europe’s biggest exhibition of large dinosaurs.
Explore the Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art, the most important art gallery of Frankfurt and a beautiful one indeed. This museum is famous for its extensive art collection and its bold architecture.
Visit the largest botanic garden in Germany, The Palm Garden. The attractions of the Palm Garden include the outdoor botanical exhibits, along with a number of greenhouses containing tropical and sub-tropical plant species. You can enjoy a picnic and boating here.
If you want to see the Frankfurt visit the top of the Main Tower; it is the only high rise open to public in the city, you can take the elevator up to 650 feet high platform to appreciate sweeping views of Frankfurt’s cityscape.
Visit the second oldest zoo in Germany that features over 4500 animals. This zoo offers diverse information about environment and teaches us to what we can do to protect it.
The official name of the city is Frankfurt am Main.
The Stock Exchange of Frankfurt is listed as the tenth largest in the world.
The city ranks as having the seventh highest quality of life in the world.
It is estimated that there are 180 different nationalities living in the city.
The Frankfurt Book Fair is the largest trade fair for books in the world based on the number of publishing companies represented.
The city is home to the third largest airport in Europe and the tenth busiest airports worldwide.