Frankfurt tourism: Tourist attraction places in Frankfurt

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Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany and the largest in the state of Hesse. It is Germany’s second largest metropolitan region and the largest financial center in Europe. It is also Germany’s most expensive city.

Frankfurt is famous for its futuristic skyline and its airport, which is the busiest in Germany. The city is well connected by rail, road and air. The best way to travel around Frankfurt is the Underground, tram and bus. You may use the S-Bahn for travel to suburbs.

Located on both sides of the Main River, Frankfurt has a temperate oceanic climate. You will find the Taunus mountain range towards the North West. The city contains Frankfurt City Forest,Germany’s largest forest within a city. The best time to visit Frankfurt is late spring to early autumn.

Here is a brief overview of some tourist attraction places in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt Cathedral

It is the main church of Frankfurt. It was constructed during the 14th and 15th centuries. It has been recognized as a symbol of national unity. From 1356 onwards, emperors of the holy Roman Empire were elected in this collegiate church and kings in Germany.

Frankfurt Cathedral

Frankfurt Cathedral

Alte Oper

This concert hall and former opera house is a home to the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra. The building was designed by the Berlin architect Richard Lucae and financed by the citizens of Frankfurt. It regularly hosts concerts and plays.

Frankfurt Zoological Garden

Founded in 1858, this zoo features more than 5,000 animals of more than 600 species. It covers more than 13 hectares. It lies in the eastern part of the Innenstadt. It is the second oldest zoo in Germany. If you have children, you must visit this zoo.


This art museum owns 2,700 paintings out of which 600 are displayed. It also owns 100,000 drawings and prints; as well as 600 sculptures. You will also find a library with 100,000 books and 400 periodicals.


Romer is the name of a complex of nine houses that form the Frankfurt city hall. The houses were acquired by the city council in 1405 from a merchant family. The Romer was partially destroyed during the Second World War, but was rebuilt later.

Frankfurt is a wonderful city. Visit to the above-mentioned Frankfurt tourism attractions is sure to be a memorable and exciting one.

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