Things to Do in Frankfurt
Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany and one of the central hubs for education, tourism, trade and finance in Europe. This culturally diverse metropolis is also known for hosting the world’s largest motor show and book fair. Situated on both the sides of “Main River”, the city of Frankfurt displays the perfect combination of history, modernity and style. Frankfurt is home to one of the busiest airports in Europe — Frankfurt Airport — that also serves as the base for the German Flag carrier Lufthansa. Lufthansa provides the best round trip deals and group travel offers to Frankfurt. While making online flight bookings, you must be aware of the fact that another airport named Frankfurt Hahn is actually situated far from the city. If Frankfurt finds a place in your vacation’s itinerary, then go through the list of things to do in Frankfurt that we have come-up with.
Römerberg is a town square that is considered to be the historic heart of the medieval Altstadt. It was reconstructed with great care after WWII. This beautiful spot will mesmerize you with its unique historical buildings and should top your list of things to do in Frankfurt. Try to take advantage of the winter season by booking cheap flights in advance as the square looks amazing as a backdrop for the Christmas market. Close to the square is the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew which you can visit along with the museum and can climb to the bell tower to have an awesome view the city.
Dedicated to Saint Bartholomew, the red-sandstone Imperial Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Gothic church. It holds the record of being Frankfurt’s largest religious building. The church is popularly known as the Kaiserdom or simply, the Dom, because of its historical significance of being an election and coronation church of the Holy Roman Empire.