Frankfurt is known as the “the passage to Europe,” and you and your elite escort companion CAN actually see more than just the Frankfurt International Airport. Frankfurt is the financial capital of Germany and due to its high rises and the river Main, Frankfurt’s playful nickname as “Main-hattan” makes it unique among the cities in Germany. Frankfurt has numerous incredible things to offer you and your elite travel companion, from art, history, and shopping, to museums and historical sites.
Here are some reasons why Frankfurt is a great place to visit with your elite escort model:
Walk Around Historic Römerberg
The Römerberg (“Roman Mountain”) is the noteworthy heart of Frankfurt. It is the main piece of the modern city that was reproduced to resemble the traditional and classic Frankfurt of yesteryear.
It is home to its Rathaus (City Hall) which goes back to 1405, and you can hire a private tour guide for you and your elite companion. This memorable square used to be the place for Frankfurt’s first market in the thirteenth century. Today, it is the location of the much-loved Christmas market.
Visit the Main Tower
There is no better method to see Frankfurt than from the highest point of the Main Tower, the city’s solitary skyscraper open to general society. The building is named after the German river Main, which goes through Frankfurt’s downtown area.
You and your elite companion can take the lift up to the 650-feet high platforn to appreciate sweeping perspectives of Frankfurt’s horizon. Here you can appreciate a mixed drink and dinner at the Main Tower Restaurant and Lounge, situated on the upper floor of the pinnacle. The eatery offers international and 26-foot panoramic windows.
Visit the Goethe House
Frankfurt is the birthplace of Germany’s most important author, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, born in 1749. Despite the fact that Goethe’s home was wrecked in World War II, it was completely reestablished with the original furniture, art, and books that belonged to the family. You and your elite companion can tour the writing area, where Goethe penned “The Sorrows of Young Werther.”
See Europe’s Largest Dinosaur Skeleton
The widely-acclaimed Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt is one of the biggest museums of natural history in Germany. If you and your elite companion loves to learn about the natural history of Frankfurt and the world, the museum features a large number of displays extending from fossils to Egyptian mummies to the historical center’s most celebrated fascination: the biggest dinosaur skeleton in Europe.
Taste Cider in Sachsenhausen
The signature beverage of Frankfurt is “apfelwein” or “ebbelwoi” as the Frankfurters say. It is a fresh and alcoholic apple juice that is locally created in the districts around Frankfurt. You and your elite companion can discover the best and oldest apfelwein bars in the cobblestone avenues of Frankfurt’s memorable Sachsenhausen locale, south of the Old Town. Or, you can enjoy a voyage through the city with its favored beverage on the Ebbelwei Express, a landmark tram that drives through the town to the tunes of customary schlager music.
St. Paul’s Church was created somewhere between 1789 and 1833 and is the birthplace of German democracy: the church was utilized for political gatherings and turned into the seat of the first democratic German parliament in 1848.
Today, Paulskirche is no longer a church, and fills in as an exhibition space for occasions like the annual awarding of the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade amid the Frankfurt Book Fair. It’s situated in Römerberg.
Spend an Afternoon Admiring Fine Art
Go out for a stroll along the river Main through Frankfurt’s Museumsufer, a passage of the absolute best exhibition halls in the nation. Among them is the radiant German Film Museum and the world-renowned Städel Museum, which centers around the artistic work of the old masters. If you and your elite companion love finding the weird and wacky, there is also the city’s largest flea market here during the weekends.
Take in the Flora at Palmengarten
Established in 1868, the Botanical Garden takes you and your elite escort on a botanical adventure, from the African savanna and the intriguing plants of the rainforest, to the sprouting flowers in Europe. Spread crosswise over 50 acres of land and different nurseries, you can see in excess of 6,000 distinctive organic species from all around the globe.
Shop on the “Fifth Avenue of Germany”
The best place to shop in Frankfurt is the busy pedestrian zone called Zeil. Otherwise called “The Fifth Avenue of Germany,” this shopping road offers everything from chic boutiques to international department store chains, to a modern 10-story mall, the “Zeil Galerie.” If you and your elite companion are in need of some retail therapy, Frankfurt has you covered.
Admire Modern Architecture and Art
The Museum of Modern Art (MMK) is popular for its broad art collection, which incorporates artists like Roy Lichtenstein, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, and Gerhardt Richter. It is also well-known for its intense design. Structured by the Viennese architect Hans Hollering, the historical center has a triangular shape and is called Frankfurter Küche or “the cut of cake” by local people.