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Frankfurt am Main is the nation’s financial centre and the fifth largest city in Germany. It is located in the heart of Europe in the highly productive Rhine-Main region, offering its visitors a great deal of urban excitement, along with a magnificent skyline.

The city has a creative skyline that is more North American, imposing eye-catching shiny glass and steel skyscrapers, thus often been referred to as ‘Mainhattan’. It is famous for its historic architectures like, The Kaiserdom (Cathedral) and the Paulskirche, the cradle of German democracy. It offers a wide variety of attractions which comprises of close to 40 museums lining its riverside, the Old Opera, swaying greeneries in Nizza Garden, the forested Taunus mountains and bustling shopping markets.

Frankfurt Travel GuideFood and Entertainment:
Frankfurt being home to more than 3000 restaurants caters mouth-watering cuisines from 70 different countries. The city is also known for its exquisite gastronomy of delightful local delicacies which includes the national beverage ‘apfelwein’ or ‘Apple Wine’ served in elegant ribbed glasses. It is famous for its buzzing all-night entertainment of streets lined with Ebbelwei bars, clubs and old pubs hosting some of Germany’s best nightlife after Berlin.
Let it be on vacation or business or to visit the numerous trade fairs and exhibitions; No matter what your purpose of visit is! An excursion around this lively city filled with historical sights can make your stay a great experience.