Frankfurt Guide - Halldis

Frankfurt Guide

The most important commercial city of Germany, Frankfurt is the German city with the widest range of museums and with a lively musical scene, but it is also famous for its immense green areas.

Characterised by its skyscrapers and its gorgeous museums, standing on the bank of the river Main, Frankfurt is home to important fairs and represents a relevant financial centre, but it is also a cosmopolitan city, rich in culture.

Homeland of the famous writer Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Frankfurt is a metropolis which has maintained its charm derived from having been an imperial city. Frankfurt is rich in tourist attractions, such as the StädelMuseum and the Museum of Modern Art.

Zeil Straße is a street full of shopping centres where it is possible to find jewelleries, boutiques and shoe stores too.

Frankfurt offers a lot of restaurants where one can taste the typical German cuisine, above all in the little Bockenheimerstraße, known as “the eating alley”. Luxury, cheap or characteristic, the hotels of Frankfurt fit any kind of necessity.There are many possibilities to lodge in Frankfurt including serviced apartments, self catering apartments and vacation rentals.