This city is Germany’s finance and business capital and boasts some of the finest beer and kransky in the country. Frankfurt exudes style and German chic, even the taxis driven in that city are Mercedes and BMWs. It’s easy to travel in style and even easier to get lost in it’s history.
It’s not unusual to have eggs, kransky and a beer for breakfast, so don’t feel ashamed if you decide to. Try Glauburg or Café Karin for the best morning meal in town. You are going to need a big German breakfast for what we have installed for you.
Head to the outskirts of Frankfurt and enjoy a ride in a Warbird Jet plane. Enjoy breathtaking moves and loops at astonishing speeds. However if this isn’t your thing, there are many other attractions to enjoy. Visit Goethe House which is the birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – the famous writer. Then head to the famous Romerberg Square, which is the historic heart of Frankfurt and has a number of momentous buildings built in as early as 15th century, beer gardens and restaurants. Stop for a cold beer at Haus Wertheym.
If you want to fit in some shopping, head to Zeil which has a 10-story shopping mall and multiple boutique shops. You can spend time before dinner cruising the river and getting to know the historic side of the city. You can also spend a day at Eltz Castle that fascinates people since 12th century. The castle is surrounded by 3 rivers so you can get there on a boat.
Once you are all done, enjoy some of the more unusual dinning options Frankfurt has to offer. Head to Silk where you will be dining on white couches where most eat lying down like a king and Scheherazade from ancient fairy tales. Or enjoy breathtaking views and a delicious dinner at Main Tower Restaurant that features gourmet modern European dining on 53rd floor. For a more luxurious dinner, go to Villa Merton for a spectacular contemporary meal and a tradition beer.
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