First mentioned in 794 in a document by Charlemagne, Frankfurt is now a modern European financial hub brimming with culture.
Guests in our Frankfurt hotels can easily explore this city thanks to its terrific, modern public transportation system. Though much of the ancient city was destroyed during World War II, guests can encounter restored architectural gems like the Goethe House and Romer Town Hall, and along the banks of the Main River, Museumsufer features 11 illuminating museums.
If you’re into the ultimate shopping experience, guests in our Frankfort hotels can head out to the Zeil, featuring the ten-story Zeilgalerie and the arresting exterior of the MyZeil: glass in a vortex shape. After hitting the retail scene, Frankfort hotel patrons can savor the city’s international cuisine or take a trip into Old Sachsenhausen for pubs that serve up a Frankfurt signature apple wine, along with local favorites like hand cheese, beef with green sauce – and, of course, Frankfurters!
For more natural encounters, our Frankfurt hotel guests can picnic at the Palmengarten gardens or visit the Frankfort Zoo – one of the World’s oldest. Whether searching for superb sausage or planning a visit to printer Johannes Gutenberg’s hometown, travelers will discover a venerable city with a modern flair.
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