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Experience the excitement of a sporting event or concert at this iconic stadium, which has hosted World Cup and Confederations Cup games.
Admire the medieval architecture and experience the charm of a magical Christmas market at this pretty square, which marks the center of the Old Town.
Once the city’s opera house, this building is now a concert hall that hosts some of the world’s greatest classical music ensembles.
Join thousands of fellow participants at one of the many events held at Frankfurt’s largest conference center, and enjoy its state-of-the-art facilities and impressive architecture.
Browse through more than 700 years of art history in the extensive collection of this museum of fine art, which was initiated by a Frankfurt banker.
Frankfurt’s vast town hall is a city landmark with a three-gabled facade and a rich history dating back over six centuries.
4.5/5Wonderful!(76 area reviews)
Frankfurt’s historic heart is a dazzling district home to atmospheric squares, medieval landmarks, art galleries, museums, boutiques and centuries-old taverns.
3/5(144 area reviews)
Frankfurt’s train station district is experiencing a rejuvenation and today is one of the city’s up-and-coming neighborhoods.
The scenic riverside promenade lies in Frankfurt’s city center, adorned with gothic churches, intriguing museums and the modern financial hub.
4/5Very Good!(19 area reviews)
Come to this neighborhood south of the Main River to enjoy Frankfurt’s many culinary specialties and museums as you pass through narrow cobblestone walkways.
4/5Very Good!(51 area reviews)
Making up this distinctive district are a large trade fair and a modern mall with a spa. The history includes gallows and a concentration camp.
5/5Exceptional!(4 area reviews)
Frankfurt’s green belt and tranquil residential zone encompass the financial center and the iconic twin towers that rise a little south of the university.