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Frankfurt Travel Guide

Frankfurt Travel Guide

From the ashes of WWII, Frankfurt has risen to become the beautiful, sleek and cosmopolitan city that it is today. Although it is Germany’s fifth largest city in actual size, it has attracted so many people since its rebirth that it has the country’s second highest population with 5 million people, right behind Berlin. Although the city has gone through a major facelift, the original charm is still evident in restored buildings and landmarks, such as museums, cathedrals, nightclubs and theatre houses scattered around the city.

Frankfurt is home to so many banking institutions within Europe that it has come to be known as ‘Bankfurt’ or ‘Mainhattan’ (referring to the river Main that runs through it and seeming like a smaller New York City). However, Frankfurt is no concrete jungle because much of Germany has a national obsession with preserving nature and this city is no different. You will be amazed by the lush gardens that flourish around the skyscrapers.

The Sachsenhausen area of Frankfurt is of particular interest to sightseers. There is pretty much everything you’ll need right on these blocks. The riverside provides a serene backdrop whilst you shop and dine in the prominent area. The nearby Romerberg area of Frankfurt is one of the few strings of blocks that still have a majority of older European style buildings. The old European charm stands out from the rest of contemporary Frankfurt. Here at we have your cheap flights and vacation packages to the exciting city of Frankfurt.

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