Frankfurt, Germany’s fifth largest city is the country’s financial hub and in turn attracts lots of investors, bankers and visitors going to one of the many trade shows held in this city ever year. However, Frankfurt isn’t just a city for those in suits wanting to invest their money in the next big thing.
With plenty of green space, a variety of museums and many old buildings from years gone by, Frankfurt is a destination of culture. You can even get an aerial view of the city from the 56th floor of Main Tower!
Frankfurt is also famous for its cider taverns where you can pass many hours sampling the delicious and refreshing beverage. Many are based in the area of Sachsenhausen and are great places to grab some local food if you’re feeling a bit peckish!