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day trip to Frankfurt, Top activities in Frankfurt

  1. By kevin
  2. On Mar 30, 2018
  3. Europe
  4. Travel Tips

Schedule 2 to 3 days to visit Frankfurt in this Summer is a good choose. And our travel tips about day trip to Frankfurt, top activities in Frankfurt as below. Discover the green areas of Frankfurt as well as the green areas of the city during the trip. Ride through Niedwald, enjoy the natural landscapes, and visit Frankfurt-Höchst. See Schlossplatz and Bolongaropalast as you enjoy riding the Segway.

Top activities in Frankfurt:

Start at the Altstadt (old town) in the city center and admire the Römerberg's (square) 14th and 15th-century half-timbered houses. Nearby is the Goethe-Haus, the writer's birth abode showcasing his original desk and library. Gaze down at the Altstadt from inside the elegant, Gothic tower of Dom St. Bartholomäus, then meander south over the pretty Eiserner Steg foot bridge to the museum-lined Museumsufer embankment. Don't miss Städel Museum, full of works by Renoir and Monet, and 14th- to 16th-century masterpieces.

day trip to Frankfurt, Top activities in Frankfurt

Nightlife & Entertainment

Nightlife centers around Sachsenhausen, south of the River Main. This entire area feels like one big open-air bar on the weekend -- stroll along Schweizer Strasse or Textorstrasse for the widest selection of drinking spots, from cocktail bars to wine taverns. Try Frankfurt's famously tart Ebbelwei (apple wine) when you stopy by Adolf Wagner for a convivial evening Frankfurt-style.

Restaurants & Dining

Small bites like sausages with rolls fill the food-minded Fressgasse (literally "Munch Alley") northwest of the Altstadt -- it's lined with snack stalls and small restaurants. Or choose from Asian menus on banker-populated Schillerstrasse. Sample regional Hessian cuisine like Tafelspitz (boiled beef) or pork schnitzel; try either with green sauce (a mix of seven herbs including parsley and chives). Don't miss the Kleinmarkthalle market with regional specialties, fresh produce and several sausage stands, often with long lines. Both are available south of the Altstadt at Historix, a historic wine cellar with modern, vast glass windows.