Frankfurt Information and Travel Tips to Plan your Frankfurt Vacation


One of the largest cities in Germany, Frankfurt is a financial center of Europe as well as Germany's transportation center, as it is located on the Main River. The full name of the city is Frankfurt am Main, which translates to "Franks' ford on the (river) Main." Having one of the world's busiest airport, Frankfurt is the gateway not only to Germany but also to many travelers to Europe.



This is the central area in downtown Frankfurt, where many of the older buildings are located (although most were destroyed during WWII and later rebuilt) as well as a church and the town hall. There are many cafes and shops at the square, where visitors can enjoy spending their day.

Eiserner Steg (Iron Bridge)

This bridge was built in 1869 and is popular with pedestrians. Minutes away from Romerberg, visitors can cross it to reach Sachsenhousen, all while enjoying a great view of the famed Frankfurt skyline.


Sachsenhousen is the part of the city south of the river Main. The old part of town is famous for its old cider bars. Visitors can also walk along the bank of the river Main and go shopping for local specialties at Schweizer Street.

Based on your interest, we suggest the following tour packages which will provide you with the greatest enjoyment

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Discover some of the Central and Eastern European nations that, as part of the Soviet bloc, were out of bounds to travelers only a few decades ago. Newly vibrant and filled with a sense of optimism about the future, these fascinating lands offer up everything from well-preserved medieval architecture to resurgent cultural heritages. Join us on this unforgettable 12-day tour and visit buzzing Frankfurt and Munich; trace Germany’s wondrous Romantic Road; admire the Baroque jewel of Salzburg; and experience the lovely cities of Ljubljana, Budapest, Vienna and Prague.