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Frankfurt Cruises

The birthplace of Goethe, Frankfurt is a city with a strong identity and cultural side. Frankfurt may be known as a major centre of finance, hosting both a stock exchange and the European Central Bank, but it’s got a strong sense of fun as well! Sip the local apple wine, cycle along the banks of the Main river, or enjoy the pretty traditional architecture around Romerburg town square. Although the old town was destroyed during WWII, it’s in the process of reconstruction, and along with a new Museum of Romanticism will bridge Frankfurt’s historic past and dynamic future.



It may be relatively small, but Frankfurt offers a big-city atmosphere with its heavy-hitting museums like the MFK museum of communication and MMK museum of modern art. The Schirn showcases contemporary artworks, while the Historisches Museum offers a fascinating look at the history of the city with interactive displays.

The city’s botanical gardens are also well worth a visit. The Palmengarten sprawls out over a space of 54 acres, including a tropical glasshouse, formal gardens and a desert space. This beautifully organised garden hosts jazz concerts on summer nights, and also offers its very own Michelin starred restaurant, Lafleur.

Another hotspot for cuisine is the Kleinmarkthalle. It may be unassuming in appearance, but it’s filled to bursting with fresh local produce, handmade sausages, fresh pastas, and traditional favourites like hot wurst.

For a fun tour of the city, hop aboard the Ebbelwei Express. This tram is straight out of the 1970s with its bright artwork, looping its way around the city to show you all the sights. You’ll be treated to local cider and pretzels to fuel your sightseeing!

Shop until you drop in Frankfurt, with its luxury designer boutiques, wine shops and second-hand bookstores. Good streets for shopping include Sachsenhausen’s Wallstrasse and the Bruckenstrasse.

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