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Homburger Hohl

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Lorscher Straße


Am Tiergarten



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Alt Schwanheim


Fascination Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is known as the German economic metropolis with its high skyscrapers and the uncountable banks and finally the German exchange. But Frankfurt is much more than this. The population here is farraginous. Multiculturaly virtually at every corner. Because of that there are everywhere restaurants, cafés and supermarkets with specialties from all over the world.

Although the hustle and bustle sometimes in the bank quarters of the city you can live in Frankfurt fairly quiet. The Main boardwalk mediates often even vacation feelings. Moreover people who seek rest and athletes get ones money´s worth, for example in the city forest, which belongs to the biggest municipal forests of Germany. In the north Frankfurt abuts onto the upland Taunus, which provides uncountable free time activities. Meanwhile there are living 736,000 people in the Main metropolis who enjoy the amenities of the city.

The inner-city with the Zeil, the most high-selling shopping mall of Germany and the famous Goethestraße invites you to go shopping in all price categories. Although Frankfurt is a big city, you can cross the inner-city within 20 minutes and you will enjoy there the architectural blend between the impressive skyscrapers, modern shopping centers and historical house fronts. This pictures is unique in Germany, for sure. You could led your exhausting everyday work fade away in the acutely cozy bars and pubs and enjoy the Hessian apple wine. These bars have been evolved certainly because of the prestigious Goethe University.

So Frankfurt is also a university town with outstanding facilities for students and so the population of Frankfurt is much younger than in other cities of the country. The city stands for multicultural, wealth and culture but also for recovery and the stunning skyline. Moreover it stands for outstanding traffic connection. The whole city is accessed by a dense net of subways, suburban trains and bus lines. Besides there´s the biggest international airport of Germany in Frankfurt plus a dense net of motorways around the city.

So you could come very fast to your destination in Frankfurt, what´s very important today.