Coddled by river Main, Frankfurt is the central city of Germany. Apart from being the fifth-largest German city and the largest city in the Rhine Franconian sociolect area, this gorgeous city is also a major financial hub of the country. Frankfurt shares the significance of its name with France and Franconia - the city had its name coined after the Franks. A city with one of the largest varieties of museums in Europe, Frankfurt is a beautiful blend of traditional German culture and the modern ways of life. With a cluster of 12 outlandish museums called Museumsufer and a plethora of incredible sightseeing places like the Frankfurt Cathedral, and Römerberg, Frankfurt has proven itself to be an exotic holiday destination!
One of the oldest cities in Europe, Frankfurt registered itself in the pages of history in the first century. The Romans were the first settlers in Frankfurt, who found their home in the area of Römer. The city, which is now swarmed by a myriad of touristy souls, was one of the most important cities that belonged to the Holy, Roman Empire. Following the suit of most of the significant cities that leave their marks in history, Frankfurt has faced a lot of ups and downs in the past. Losing its independence to Prussia, getting occupied by the French troops, and getting severely bombed during World War II are some of the knocks that the city had to face. Nevertheless, Frankfurt, justifying its culture and spirit, healed itself to emerge as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city is culturally, ethnically and religiously so rich that the tourists and travellers never find a dearth of amazing places for themselves to explore!
Frankfurt, as a city, is warm to the ones that yearn to cherish it. The city prioritizes the convenience and comfort of its tourists and travellers. The city is laced with restaurants and cafes that serve delectable cuisines to give your tastebuds a taste of the German flavour! Frankfurt is a city of fine art and architecture, and hence a heavenly abode for the connoisseurs for the finer things in life!
From Römerberg - the seat of the city administration and a center for the enticing Frankfurt Christmas markets, imperial coronations, and trade fairs; Städel Museum - a place showcasing 700 years of ancient and modern art along with innumerable photographs, paintings and drawings, Museumsufer - an awe-inspiring site that Museumsufer on the banks of river Main is, the incredible arts and artifacts that it showcases are meant to give you goosebumps! - to The Palm Garden - a gorgeous botanical garden, Frankfurt Zoo - the second oldest zoo in Germany and The Old Opera House - a place with over 50 exotic events per year! - the city has ensured to keep the touristy souls and travel bugs entertained!
All in all, the German city of Frankfurt is one of its kind! Rest assured, with the best time to explore the city being the late spring and the early autumn, the city should definitely be on your itinerary as and when you decide to explore Germany!