Frankfurt is an important economic and trade center in Germany, but also an increasingly important tourist center in the country. The city has always been ranked high on the lists of the best places to live in the world, and it includes many centers and prominent tourism components, museums, etc. .. Get to know us with the best tourist attractions in the beautiful city of Frankfurt.
At the heart of the old part of Frankfurt is this privileged square, specifically in the middle of it. It is considered one of the most beautiful squares in Frankfurt and Germany in general, and it also includes a number of attractive landmarks. The most prominent of these worlds is The Römerberg, with its 11 beautiful buildings, including the home of Wertheim, which survived World War despite the great destruction in its surroundings. There we also find the Altes Rathaus, the old hall, then the Kaisersaal, the imperial hall, and the 14th-century St. Leonard Church … Check out the historical museum built in 1878, which houses a rich historical collection.
This museumsufer area is located on the south bank of the Main River in Frankfurt and has a wonderful separate set of museums, most of which are world famous. The most prominent of these museums is the “Museum of World Cultures”, which is considered the most important anthropological museum in Europe, and includes more than 65,000 exhibits from Asia, Africa and the Americas, in addition to the ancient sculpture museum that includes an amazing collection of Egyptian, Asian, Greek and Romen objects dating back to multiple periods. The Icon Museum collects a very rare collection of orthodox images that are unparalleled in the world. Other museums include the German Engineering Museum, the Film Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and others …
The largest botanical garden in Germany has been located in the Bockenheimer Landstrasse district in Frankfurt open since 1871. There are many wholesale landmarks in the park such as green houses with tropical plants, a special area for children and picnic sites. From the park you can reach a short distance to the Europaturm which is also known as the “European Tower”.
The main tower
Among the best places for visitors to see Frankfurt, you can take the elevator to a height of 1983 meters to enjoy sweeping views of the entire city of Frankfurt. Various in the restaurant located on the top floor of the tower, it serves international cuisine and panoramic windows.
Frankfurt is the birthplace of the most famous German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1749-1832, and although the Goethe house was destroyed in World War II, it was completely restored with original furniture, paintings and books of the Goethe family.
Frankfurt’s main shopping street, a pedestrianized noisy area known as Zeil, as it is known as “The Fifth Avenue of Germany”, has many elegant shops on the street, and there is a modern 10-storey shopping center, Zeilgalerie.
Inside of the palmengarten
From The Römerberg
From the Frankfurt shopping street
From the streets of Frankfurt
From the Museumsufer area
The city of Frankfurt
Shopping in Frankfurt