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Best things to do in Frankfurt

Apple Wine Pub
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“Original flair of typical Frankfurt's Apfelweinwirtschaft. Good local food, you have to try Grüne Soße and Handkäs with a glas of Apfelwein.”
34local recommendations
Establishment
“Famous Old Opera House of Frankfurt. Here also starts Frankfurt's central shopping street/area with all major stores - ZEIL”
21local recommendations
Miscellaneous Shop
“You find all What you need to be Happy and have a good Day. CHANEL, VUITTON,MK and many others. ”
28local recommendations
Falafel Restaurant
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“Best Falafel-Sandwich in town! There is always a queue, but totally worth waiting.”
24local recommendations
Cafe
“Great bar within the Main Station District. It's the place to be in the evening, if you fancy a drink, great electronic music and you like to meet interesting people - that's your bar. Self-service.”
16local recommendations
Establishment
“Wooden tower structure that has amazing views of the city. Located in the middle of a nature reserve which is also great for walks. Has a lovely coffee shop at its base.”
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Restaurant
“Very popular Italian meals, many dishes to choose from - favorites: Pepperoni Champignon Cheese Pizza, Gorgonzola Tortellini with Truffle Sauce. It's fast and good!”
23local recommendations
Establishment
“Live theatre venue with all performances in English. Always high quality productions”
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Bar
“Really nice and easy place to hang out with young people. Always crowded. Stylish and payable drinks - also homemade cakes in daytime!”
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Church
“At Paulskirche took place the first freely elected parliament for all Germany.”
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Park
“3-hectare park in the heart of the city featuring a Chinese garden with waterside pagodas & bridges.”
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Cafe
“If you can't find a picnic blanket you can still enjoy the Main embankment at Maincafé, really good place to enjoy the skyline on a sunny day.”
27local recommendations
Art Museum
“Take a guided tour in the beautiful (re-build) house where Goethe spent his first 27 years and started writing his iconic work: Faust.”
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Historic Site
“At Galluswarte you can take the S-Bahn 3, 4, 5 and 6 into the city center or to Frankfurt Fair. You can also take Tram 11 which passes the main station and goes straight to sightseeing places like Willy-Brandt-Platz and Dom/Römer.”
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Plaza
“Farmer's market on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays - fresh products from the region”
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Museum
“German Leather Museum. The same building hosts an ethnographic museum about peoples of the world (Africa, Artic, America, Asia) and a shoe museum. Dont miss it!”
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