Frankfurt is the business and financial centre of Germany also the largest city in the German state of Hesse, located on the river Main. The skyscrapers are definitely the first sight that catches your attention when you approach Frankfurt. The city has more to offer than gleaming skyscrapers, the European Central Bank and expensive restaurants. Behind its shiny façade lies the magic of medieval neighbourhoods, inviting parks perfect for a picnic and surprisingly healthy outdoor living.
Frankfurt is steeped in history and culture as you will discover it from the historic buildings, fascinating museums apart from exclusive shopping, superb dining and a thrilling nightlife. Frankfurt’s oldest area, Altstadt, has buildings ranging from medieval times to the 18th century. This is also the location of the historic Römerberg Square. Neighbouring that is Innenstadt, the city centre. The is where the pedestrian street Zeil, the old opera die Alte Oper and the Goethehause are located.
Liebighouse is the museum of sculpture exhibiting ancient Egypt & Greece to European baroque statues. The Ethnological Museum, German Film Museum, the German Architecture Museum and a few others line the Schaumainkai. Sachsenhausen is an old suburb, just across the river from the city centre.
Frankfurt's Skyline is unique in Germany and no other German city has such an impressive line of high rises as Frankfurt. At a level of 187m in the Main Tower is a restaurant where you can relax and enjoy fascinating views of Frankfurt and the hills of the Taunus.
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