What to do in Frankfurt

What to Do in Frankfurt between Bussiness meetings? Walk and discover the city. Talk with the people and ask for recommendations from the locals… when in Frankfurt let the city guide you. I was born near this city so I have a soft spot for every corner… what can I say. I love Frankfurt!

Frankfurt has a number of exciting seasonal events worth noting on your calendar, all year long. There is always something interesting happening in Frankfurt! Although I don’t have much free time today, due to the lecture I am giving later this evening on Digital Marketing and SEO, I will enjoy my walks early in the morning, tomorrow. Is there any of my friends today in Frankfurt?

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What to Do in Frankfurt between Bussiness meetings? Walk and discover the city. Talk with the people and ask for recommendations from the locals… when in Frankfurt let the city guide you. I was born near this city so I have a soft spot for every corner… what can I say. I love Frankfurt! . . Frankfurt has a number of exciting seasonal events worth noting on your calendar, all year long. There is always something interesting happening in Frankfurt! Although I won’t have much free time today, due to the lecture I am giving later this evening on Digital Marketing and SEO, I will enjoy my walks early in the morning, tomorrow. Is there any of my friends today in Frankfurt? . . . #Digitalmarketing #SEO #SEM #SMM #AretiVassou #Ideadeco, #frankfurt, #wearefrankfurt, #frankfurtcity, #instafrankfurt, #igersfrankfurt, #frankfurtevents, #frankfurtliebe, #igfrankfurt, #frankfurtlife, #frankfurtnow, #onlyfrankfurt, #frankfurttodo, #cityoffrankfurt, #deutschland, #visitfrankfurt, #frankfurtstyle, #frankfurtinstagram, #meinfrankfurt, #digitalnomadlife #digitalnomadlifestyle #womenintechnology

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German Travel Phrases

It’s good to be familiar with some basic German phrases. Try to memorize them and use them with a smile. You can learn more German basic phrases here>> 

  • Hallo! – Hello!
  • Guten Morgen! – Good Morning!
  • Guten Tag! – Good day!
  • Guten Abend! – Good Evening!
  • Ich heiße… My name is…
  • Wie heißen Sie?  – What is your name?
  • Wie geht’s? – How are you?
  • Mir geht’s gut.  – I’m doing well.
  • Mir geht’s nicht gut.  – I’m not doing well.
  • Ich komme aus…[den USA/Kanada/Australien/Großbritannien].
    I am from…[the USA/Canada/Australia/UK].
  • Wie lange bleiben Sie in [Deutschland/Österreich/der Schweiz]?
    How long are you staying in [Germany/Austria/Switzerland]?
  • Ich bin da für [eine Woche/zwei Wochen/drei Wochen].
    I am here for [one week/two weeks/three weeks].
  • Bis später! – See you later!
  • Tschüß – Bye!

 

Visit Fountain of Justice

An old man told me that this is the Fountain of Justice. Legend has it, that the Goddess Justitia sees everything and it is the oldest fountain in the city. This one was built in 1611 by the sculptor Johann Hocheisen.

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What to Do in Frankfurt between Bussiness meetings? Walk and discover the city. Talk with the people and ask for recommendations from the locals… when in Frankfurt let the city guide you. I was born near this city so I have a soft spot for every corner… what can I say. I love Frankfurt! . . An old man told me that this is the Fountain of Justice. Legend has it, that the Goddess Justitia sees everything and it is the oldest fountain in the city. This one was built in 1611 by the sculptor Johann Hocheisen. . . Frankfurt has a number of exciting seasonal events worth noting on your calendar, all year long. There is always something interesting happening in Frankfurt! Although I won’t have much free time today, due to the lecture I am giving later this evening on Digital Marketing and SEO, I will enjoy my walks early in the morning, tomorrow. Is there any of my friends today in Frankfurt? . . . #Digitalmarketing #SEO #SEM #SMM #AretiVassou #Ideadeco, #frankfurt, #wearefrankfurt, #frankfurtcity, #instafrankfurt, #igersfrankfurt, #frankfurtevents, #frankfurtliebe, #igfrankfurt, #frankfurtlife, #frankfurtnow, #onlyfrankfurt, #frankfurttodo, #cityoffrankfurt, #deutschland, #visitfrankfurt, #frankfurtstyle, #frankfurtinstagram, #meinfrankfurt, #digitalnomadlife #digitalnomadlifestyle #womenintechnology

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It is located right in front of the Römer and it is a wonderful spot to have a coffee with friends. The statue will amaze you!

Fountain of Justice, Römerberg, 60311 Frankfurt, Germany

Fountain of Justice, Römerberg, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

The Römer is a medieval building in the Altstadt of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and one of the city’s most important landmarks. The Römer is located opposite the Old St. Nicholas church and has been the city hall of Frankfurt for over 600 years.

Old St. Nicholas church Frankfurt

 

Visit Goethe House

The Goethe House is a writer’s house museum in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The original building was the family residence of the Goethe family, most notably Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, until 1795.

 

Visit Palmengarten

The Palmengarten is one of two botanical gardens in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It is located in the Westend-Süd district. It covers a surface of 22 hectares.

 

Visit Main Tower

Main Tower is a 56-story, 200 m skyscraper in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt, Germany. It is named after the nearby Main river. The building is 240 m when its antenna spire is included.

städel museum frankfurt

Visit Städel Museum

The Städel Museum, officially the Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, is an art museum in Frankfurt, with one of the most important collections in Germany.

 

Visit St. Paul’s Church, Frankfurt am Main

St Paul’s Church is a Protestant church in Paulsplatz, Frankfurt am Main with important political symbolism in Germany. It is a parish of the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau, a United member church of the Evangelical Church in Germany.

 

Visit Frankfurt Cathedral

Frankfurt Cathedral, officially Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew is a Roman Catholic Gothic church located in the center of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew.

Alte Oper, Frankfurt

Visit Alte Oper, Frankfurt

The original opera house in Frankfurt is now the Alte Oper, a concert hall and former opera house in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It was inaugurated in 1880 but destroyed by bombs in 1944. It was rebuilt, slowly, in the 1970s, opening again in 1981.

 

Visit Naturmuseum Senckenberg

The Naturmuseum Senckenberg is a museum of natural history, located in Frankfurt am Main, It is the second largest of its type in Germany.

 

Visit Museum für Moderne Kunst

The Museum für Moderne Kunst, or short MMK, in Frankfurt, Germany, was founded in 1981. The museum was designed by the Viennese architect Hans Hollein. Because of its triangular shape, it is called “piece of cake”.

 

Visit German Architecture Museum

The German Architecture Museum is located on the Museumsufer in Frankfurt, Germany. Housed in an 18th-century building, the interior has been re-designed by Oswald Mathias Ungers in 1984.

 

Visit Liebieghaus

The Liebieghaus is a late 19th-century villa in Frankfurt, Germany. It contains a sculpture museum, the Städtische Galerie Liebieghaus, which is part of the Museumsufer on the Sachsenhausen bank of the River Main.

 

Visit Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

The Schirn Kunsthalle is an exhibition hall in Frankfurt, Germany, located in the old city between the Römer and the Frankfurt Cathedral. The Schirn exhibits both modern and contemporary art.

A Digital Nomad in Frankfurt - grüneburgpark frankfurt am main

Visit Grüneburgpark

The Grüneburgpark is a park in the Westend district of Frankfurt, whose name derives from the “Green castle”, which stood on the site in the 14th century.

 

Visit Historical Museum, Frankfurt

The Historical Museum in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, was founded in 1878, and includes cultural and historical objects relating to the history of Frankfurt and Germany. It moved into the Saalhof in 1955, and a new extension was opened in 1972.

 

Visit German Film Museum

Innovative film museum showcasing the workings of cinema with artifacts & interactive displays.

 

Flea Markets in Frankfurt

Alternating every two weeks, flea markets at the Sachsenhausen riverbank and the Osthafen attract bargain-hunters and second-hand enthusiasts from near and far to find real deals and, sometimes, antique items of rare beauty.

 

Discover Frankfurt Startups

Known as Germany’s business capital, Frankfurt is also a powerful digital innovation hub, as these 12 start-ups prove. Read more…

 

Find WordPress Tribe

Ein lockeres Treffen von WordPress-Fans, die sich mit WordPress beschäftigen. Der ungezwungene Austausch zum Thema WordPress steht im Vordergrund, daneben gehören auch kurze, themenbezogene Talks zum Programm.

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Frankfurt

Frankfurt, officially the City of Frankfurt am Main, is a metropolis and the largest city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth-largest city in Germany. Frankfurt was a city state, the Free City of Frankfurt, for nearly five centuries, and was one of the most important cities of the Holy Roman Empire; it lost its sovereignty in 1866.

Frankfurt is the largest financial center in continental Europe. It is home to the European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt Stock Exchange and several large commercial banks. See more ideas on what to do in Frankfurt here>>

Frankfurt has become the new center of Europe. They call it “Mainhattan” for a very good reason.  For its super central location on the European map. Most travelers tend to use this city as a pass-through point or as a Getaway to Europe. The last years has become one of the dearest travel destinations for Art and Technology lovers. It has only 700,000 residents (compared to London’s 8.6 million),  but has won its place among the most popular international cities in the world.

 

Emergency Numbers in Germany

If you need urgent medical treatment at night or at the weekend, go to  Notaufnahme  (Accident and Emergency) in the nearest hospital or call an emergency doctor (Notarzt).

The emergency numbers in Germany are 110 (Police) and 112 (Fire Brigade & Ambulance). You can dial free of charge from any public call box. Note that you can’t call 112 with a phone without SIM card. Through the 112 number, you can call for an ambulance (Krankenwagen).

In an emergency on a major road (motorway, highway, secondary road), look at the white kilometer stones or posts by the side of the road for arrows pointing in the direction of the nearest emergency telephone.

If you have any questions about Frankfurt Airport then visit Frankfurt Airport official website.

 

Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt Germany

My Favorite Hotel in Frankfurt

Villa Kennedy offers elegant, contemporary rooms, fine dining, a 4-level spa with a swimming pool and more. Located a short stroll from Museum Embankment and River Main, the sophisticated hotel is a stylish retreat away from the busy city streets.

Once a grand family home, Villa Kennedy is now the embodiment of a modern Frankfurt. Built in 1901, the attractive Frankfurt hotel was renamed in honor of President John F Kennedy’s visit in 1963.

It has been extensively restored but still retains its family feeling. The hotel’s tranquil Villa Garden in the center of Frankfurt is ideal for al fresco dining and drinks in the warmer months.

Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt Germany

 

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