Thru the Lens: Frankfurt

Frankfurt (am Main, or in English: “on the River Main”) is Germany‘s most important city for business and also has the country’s biggest airport. It’s also home to the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. As far as notable sights go there aren’t all that many when compared to other cities and towns in Germany. But to be fair the Romerplatz, opera house, and the modern skyline are definitely worth having a look at. And the picturesque neighborhood of Bockenheim is home to some lovely buildings that reminded me of Paris.

If your start or end point in Germany is Frankfurt, the city is worth visiting for at least 1 day.

The headquarters of the European Central Bank.

The headquarters of the European Central Bank.

On the edge of the Romerplatz

On the edge of the Romerplatz

Historic buildings in the Romerplatz

Historic buildings in the Romerplatz

The historic town hall (Rathaus) in the Romerplatz.

The historic town hall (Rathaus) in the Romerplatz.

An old building in the Romerplatz.

An old building in the Romerplatz.

The Frankfurt city skyline

The Frankfurt city skyline

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange

The most photographed thing in Frankfurt.

The most photographed thing in Frankfurt.

The old Frankfurt Opera House

The old Frankfurt Opera House

Have you been to Frankfurt? What was your favourite part of the city?

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