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City of Diversity

Frankfurt is sometimes called “Mainhatten’ due to its resemblance to the Manhatten skyline and the river Main. This global city has much to offer and is an awesome starting point to explore all of Europe with excellent connections to Italy, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and France.

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Top things to do

Main Tower

Named after the nearby Main River, the Main Tower is Frankfurt’s highest vantage point and features an observation deck for visitors to enjoy magnificent views of the city. The skyscraper also has a restaurant where travelers can savor their meals on the 53rd floor.


This quaint photographic square is walled with medieval buildings that have been home to the city Council for over 600 years.

Senckenberg Museum

The Senckenberg Museum – one of the largest Natural History Museums in Germany – exhibits the evolution of life and its recent biodiversity.


This 156 stall indoor market has a mix of fresh produce and international delicacies making it a culinary paradise for tourists and locals.

Frankfurt Zoo

Frankfurt Zoo is a green oasis in the middle of the thriving Main metropolis and home to more than 4,500 animals in about 500 different species. You will find proud African animals next to feisty seals and majestic tigers, right around the corner from cheeky otters.


A Sunny Old Town Stroll