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Travel Itinerary: A Day in Frankfurt (Germany). Travel Blog Photo

Travel Itinerary: A Day in Frankfurt

Let’s just say that you have a day in Frankfurt. Or at least 8-10 hours of connecting flight in the city. If you are boarding on a Lufthansa Airline flight, there is a huge chance you will be transferred at/from Frankfurt am Main Airport. Don’t fret – the airport is well-connected with trains to downtown […]

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Spend an Afternoon by the Main River in Frankfurt (Germany). Travel Blog Photo

Spend an Afternoon by the Main River in Frankfurt

It is always a good idea to spend an afternoon by the Main River in Frankfurt – especially on a good summer day. I’d highly recommend this and if you have a spare from your budget, stay at one of the bars or restaurants alongside the river. If you have budgetary constraints, don’t forget to […]

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City Skyline: Frankfurt from the Main Tower (Germany). Travel Photo Blog

City Skyline: Frankfurt from the Main Tower

The city skyline of Frankfurt from the Main Tower gives you an amazing 360-degree view. Standing at 200-meter (656 ft) or 56-storey, The Main Tower is located in the Innenstadt district. If its antenna spire is included, the building is at 787 ft (240 meters). You might think that its name (Main Tower) is boring […]

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The Views from Kaiserdom (Cathedral Tower) in Frankfurt (Germany). Photo Travel Blog

City Skyline: The Views from Kaiserdom in Frankfurt

The views from Kaiserdom (aka Frankfurt Cathedral) shows every visitor a highly-contrasting skyline of the city. The juxtaposition of the Romerberg Old Town and the city ‘s modern skyscrapers seem to complement each other’s skyline beauty. However, getting up there can be challenging – even for the tough ones! Its swirling 328 steps to the […]

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Römerberg is the Most Colourful Square in Frankfurt (Germany).

Römerberg is the Most Colourful Square in Frankfurt

Romerberg is the most colourful square in Frankfurt that you must not miss. If you do, then, you couldn’t say you’ve visited this modern German city with an old charm. Romerberg is literally translated as the “Roman Mountain” but you won’t be able to see even a hump in this square. Yes, there’s no mountain […]

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