Things To Do In Frankfurt Germany  

Frankfurt has grown in the areas of its attractions. A visitor will find that his days are full and time too short to squeeze in all that the city has to offer. You can explore the city on foot which can be a delightful experience.

There are guided tours also if you care to go in an orderly manner. Whatever way you choose, you will still to enjoy and experience the essence of Frankfurt.

Be impressed by the 40 meter glass roof of the Festhalle. It is used for trade fairs and various events. Get a load of culture in Internationales Theater where artists from all over the world come to perform. Round up your cultural walk with the Alte Oper, which is known for its acoustics and architecture.

Absorb history by visiting Alte Nikolaikirche whose architecture will talk about the growth and evolution of the city. Visit the German economic center and stock market which is the Deutsche Borse. The Karmeliterkloster gives you a big dose of history with its Institute of Urban history and its Museum of early history. 

View the city from the viewpoint of a boat. Then add another angle to your sightseeing by going to the Main Tower skyscraper. Then refresh yourself with a walk in the Palmengarten.

Your outing would not be complete without a trip to the Frankfurt Zoo. Do not forget to go to the Bear Castle. Experience the jungle environment and say hello to the 3200 animals residing there.

The city holds many more attractions, which are growing day by day.

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