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Holidays to Frankfurt

Frankfurt may be a smaller metropolis, but it is brimming with things to discover. This well-known city on the River Main, is home to a skyline unique to all of Europe.

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Frank Blümler Photograph © GNTB

​It also boasts more than 60 museums and art galleries, most of which are located along the banks of the majestic Main. Here, along the so-called Museum Embankment, these cultural gems are set side by side like pearls on a string. One of the most popular of them is the Goethe-House, birthplace of Germany’s most famous poet.

The nearby Römerberg, featuring St Paul’s Church, Emperors’ Cathedral and, of course, the New Frankfurt Old Town, is another absolute must-see.The quarter has been entirely transformed and is now seen as a shining example of urban redevelopment.

​The so-called “New Frankfurt Old Town” represents one of the most significant construction projects of recent times. With over 30 shops, restaurants, cafés and museums the district offers a lot of space to relax, enjoy and discover.

Those more inclined to sit back and relax are urged to head down to the riverside and enjoy the scenery from one of its sunbathing lawns or to take to the river by way of a panoramic cruise. One thing is certain – Frankfurt has something for everyone

What to do

  • Frankfurt’s new Old Town
  • Römerberg Square
  • Cathedral St. Bartholomew with Observation Platform
  • Main Tower with Observation Platform
  • Museum Embankment
  • Quaint Sachsenhausen district with its cool “Apple Wine & Green Sauce “pubs
  • Skyline
  • Goethe-House
  • Frankfurt Christmas market
  • Panoramic river cruise


Arrival Airport: Frankfurt | 600km from Calais

(Information is approximate and subject to change / rail transfers are not always direct and may involve changing trains).

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