If you’re even one percent interested in Business, then Frankfurt is the place for you. It’s the most non-European looking city out there, with towering skyscrapers, futuristic architecture, a lively, bustling atmosphere and a financial vigor unlike no other.
It’s the business hub of Europe, it’s home to the European Central Bank, and its sprawled by steel-and-glass skyscrapers that dominate the skyline, along with over 3000 banks.
But Frankfurt is not just another dull financial capital, it has undergone a complete change during the past years transforming it into a city that pulsates with life, with beer gardens, street markets and boat parties.
Unleash the inner German soul of the city by visiting the Old Town its Old World charm, cobbled squares and castles.
Here are some of the top things you can do in Frankfurt:
- The Romerberg – A beautiful square with pedestrian streets coupled with man y tourist attractions and the backdrop of futuristic buildings.
- Goethe House and Museum – Explore the birthplace of one of Germany’s best writers, Johann Wolfgang Goethe.
- Art City – One of Europe’s top galleries of modern art.
- The Old Opera House – Designed in Italian high renaissance style, this opera house is a great venue for some of the best performances.