Featuring the most impressive skyline in Germany, Frankfurt am Main is the most dynamic city of Germany being the hub of trade and finance. So, if Frankfurt is your next destination while traversing Germany then without wasting any time, here are the top rated tourist attractions this cityscape will offer you –
- The Römerberg: Frankfurt’s Old Town Center
The busiest pedestrian zone in Frankfurt not to mention its most charming public square Römerberg portrays irregular shaped building with Justice Fountain at the middle.
This place includes the old town hall, the imperial town hall, the 14th century churches including St. Nicholas Church, and a history museum which was founded in 1878.
- Senckenberg Natural History Museum
Every archeologist’s paradise the Senckenberg Natural History Museum features one of Germany’s second largest museums with modern content. Featuring dinosaurs, stuffed birds and many displays depicting biodiversity, this one is ideal for families who have kids.
- The Museum District
The museum district in Frankfurt is situated along the south banks of River Main. This district features several museums depicting world cultures. Falling as Europe’s top ethnological museums, this one includes 65,000 artifacts from all global continents like Africa, Asia, North and South America etc.
The museum district features museums like –
- Museum of Ancient Sculpture
- German Architectural Museum
- Städel Art Museum
- Museum of Applied Art
- Bartholomew’s Cathedral
Built out of red sandstone, the St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral stands at an elevated height of 95 meters. Standing tall in the city of skyscrapers this gothic structure features endless relics and sculptors like Crucifixion by Hans Backoffen, and the grave-slab of King Günther von Schwarzburg etc.
Well apart from these, you can also visit Palm Garden, Goethe House and Museum, The Hauptwache and Frankfurt Zoo to get the best out of this authentic town. So, hurry visit today.
Tourist Speaks: The 4 most visited places in Frankfurt
Each city tells a tale, and the biggest finance and trade hub in Germnay brings to tourist a plethora of culture and artifacts with gothic structures enveloping a bustling modernized city. So visit Frankfurt today to explore its attractive feature like the Museum District or Frankfurt’s Old Town Center.