'Mainhattan': Germany’s fifth most-populous city
Are you looking for an exciting weekend holiday? Book a flight to Frankfurt, take a trip around this medieval city or visit museums at the Museumsufer. Anyone who loves shopping will be right at home in Zeil. This pedestrianised zone is crammed with fashion chain stores and interesting boutiques. When the sun goes down, head to the top of Frankfurt Cathedral for an unparalleled view.
Half-timbered houses and romantic streets
In Frankfurt’s old town (Altstadt), you’ll find Römerberg. This square is surrounded by half-timbered houses, the town hall and Old St Nicholas Church. The romantic streets of the Sachsenhausen district are a pleasure to walk along. This is also where you’ll find the best Apfelwein, a cider produced in the Frankfurt region. Frankfurt is not only the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Germany. Treat yourself: book a flight to Frankfurt now!Book a flight to Frankfurt
Connected by 19 bridges
Frankfurt is also called ‘Mainhattan’, as the city is famous for being Germany’s finance centre. The Main River is an important lifeline for Frankfurt and divides the city into two. Both sides of the city are connected to each other by no fewer than 19 bridges. Furthermore, it’s a wonderful place for walking. If you continue along the river banks, you’ll reach the Museumsufer which has some of the city’s best museums, such as the Städel Museum and the German film museum. You can take a rest in the Palmengarten, a huge botanical garden teeming with exotic plants.
Flights to Frankfurt for a unique weekend holiday
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It seems hard to believe but the Alte Oper, one of the most striking buildings in Frankfurt am Main, almost didn’t survive World War II. An air raid by the Allied forces left the building from 1880 in ruins. The opera companies in town had already found another home for their performances.
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