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Fascination Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is known as the German economic metropolis with its huge skyscrapers and countless banks and, finally, the German stock exchange. But Frankfurt is much more than just that. The population here is very diverse. Multiculturalism on almost every corner.

Therefore there are restaurants, cafes and grocery stores with specialties from all over the world everywhere. Despite the sometimes hectic hustle and bustle in the city’s banking districts, Frankfurt is a very quiet place to live. The Main invites you to take walks or do sports.

The Main Promenade often even gives that holiday feeling. In addition, those looking for peace and quiet as well as athletes get their money’s worth, for example in the Frankfurt city forest, which is one of the largest municipal forests in Germany. In the north, Frankfurt borders on the Taunus low mountain range, which offers countless leisure activities. Meanwhile 736,000 people live in the Main metropolis and enjoy the amenities of the city.

The city center with the Zeil, the shopping street with the highest turnover in Germany and the famous Goethestrasse invite you to shop in all price categories. Although Frankfurt is a big city, you can cross the city center in just 20 minutes and enjoy an architectural mix between impressive skyscrapers, modern shopping centers and historic facades. This picture is certainly unique in Germany.

You can then end the strenuous working day in the countless, extremely cozy bars and pubs and enjoy the Frankfurt “Apfelwein”. These bars have also surely developed through the large, renowned Goethe University. Frankfurt is also a student city with excellent facilities especially for students and therefore the population in Frankfurt is significantly younger than in other cities in the country.

The city stands for multiculturalism, wealth and culture, but also for relaxation and the breathtaking skyline. It also stands for excellent transport links. The whole city is served by a dense network of underground trains, suburban trains and bus routes.

In addition, Frankfurt is home to Germany’s largest international airport and a dense network of motorways around the city. This means that you always get to your destination quickly in Frankfurt, which has become enormously important in today’s world.