Are you planning to travel to Frankfurt? Here are some of the best places to visit in Frankfurt that you just can’t miss!
Light + Building takes place in Frankfurt, between the 18th and the 23rd of March.
Frankfurt, one of the main business centers in Europe will also be the main stage for the lighting market while this lighting design event happens at Messe Frankfurt.
See the places you must visit while in Frankfurt below.
The Pam Garden
Palmengarten is the perfect place for the nature lovers! With an area of 54 acres, is the largest botanical garden in Germany. Opened back in 1871, this garden includes both indoors and outdoors exhibitions, that include tropical and subtropical plants.
MMK – The Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art
Regarded as one of the most important modern art galleries in Europe. The Museum includes over 500 works of art by some leading artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Francis Bacon. There are also temporary exhibitions.
The Old Opera House
In the heart of Frankfurt, there is the Alte Oper. Built back in 1880 in the Italian High Renaissance style and destroyed during World War II, it opened again in 1981 and since then it’s of the city’s most important concert venues.
The birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe as completely destroyed during the war and rebuilt after it. Today you can visit it as it is the Goethe-Museum. The house is furnished in the haute-bourgeois style of Goethe’s time.
You can’t miss the heart of Frankfurt’s Old Town. An irregularly shaped picturesque square surrounded by the most typical building you can imagine. This public square is the busiest pedestrian zone and is full of tourist attractions, from little shops to restaurants.
Frankfurt’s Gothic Cathedral with a 95m tower is one of the most iconic monuments in the city! The constructions started in the 13th century and since then it has been rebuilt several times, one time in 19th century after a fire and after World War II left it completely destroyed. A sight that you can’t miss!
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