Popular Lettings in Frankfurt am Main
Highlights in Frankfurt am Main
- Archaeological Garden
- Frankfurt Zoo
- MainTower promenade
- Shopping street
- Fashionable pubs and clubs
Most popular in Frankfurt am Main
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Frankfurt
Are you looking for a destination that is interesting as a metropolis and quiet as a small town? Frankfurt is the quintessence of modernity but it is also a city on a human scale, easy to cross on foot and by public transport. Staying in holiday rentals along the southern shore of the Main takes you into the young atmosphere of the Sachsenhausen district with its museums, boutiques, flea market, restaurants and clubs.Lettings in the centre for the pleasure of families and couples
If you're dreaming of a family stay in the most intriguing places from a touristic point of view, then the cheap, spacious, furnished and garden rentals on the northern shore of the Main, in the Innenstadt district, are just the thing for you. It will be like living in a small Manhattan for the many skyscrapers that rise up to 300 metres, a few steps from the Natural History Museum that makes children crazy, and the shopping street. In the historical area, near the "Bridge of Sighs", Seufzerbrücke, you will find rentals that seem to have been created especially for couples looking for smaller but very welcoming spaces.
Holidays in Frankfurt
Location and orientation
Frankfurt is the city of Germany that enters the hearts of its visitors because it is full of contrasts, in it tradition and innovation, tranquility and dynamism coexist. Its centre is the soul of financial and economic activities, with the austere appearance of the Towers of the European Central Bank, but it is also the place where you can admire the buildings with the typical half-timbered facade, enchant yourself at the Christmas markets and socialize in the old breweries, the Ratskeller. Travellers curious about this cultural capital find their paradise in the Archaeological Garden of the Altstadt district, in the Bockenheim district, famous for its Goethe-University and in the largest book fair in Europe.Holidays near ski resorts and parks
Frankfurt has a lot to offer to winter sports enthusiasts, in fact the best ski resorts in the area are only a couple of kilometres away. The residential district of Westend is just minutes away from the Grüneburgpark, a green island for jogging and relaxing, and the Botanical Garden which includes children's games, a pond and concert spaces.
Travellers and related activities
There are so many wonders that catch your attention as you walk that you don't realize you've covered miles on foot! It's almost like being in an open-air museum because the Cathedral, the Museum of Modern Art and the Städel, where you can buy rare souvenirs, parade in front of your eyes. For those who want to see Frankfurt from the romantic perspective of the Main River, a small boat trip will offer an exclusive overview of the skyscrapers and buildings in thecentre, or by extending the crossing you can even reach Mainz and Eltville.Frankfurt for nightlife lovers
For those with a festive spirit, you can choose from cocktail bars and discos, such as the Pulse & Piper Red Lounge, and the coolest pub in the bohemian-looking district, the Bornheim. Frankfurt is also known for the high concentration of Jazz Club, in the most famous, the Jazzkeller, also performed Louis Armstrong. Those who want to get wild with techno music can do so in one of the best clubs in the world, the Robert Johnson.
Do you know that in the streets of Frankfurt there are shop windows for book-crossing made available to those who want to leave a book or borrow it?
Top 5 travel tips
You must try a sightseeing tour of the city on the colourful scenic tram. Once you're on the way up, you'll be offered traditional apple wine along with bretzels.2. Experience a Safari adventure
Recommended for everyone, Frankfurt Zoo is one of the most famous in the world because it is home to over 500 species of animals and has spectacular habitats.3. An unusual walk on the MainTower
Enjoy the view from the 56th floor, at a height of 200 metres. If you go down to the 53rd floor you can enjoy sophisticated dishes with an impressive view.4. Spend a special day
Don't miss the Festival of Lights and Roses, which in June transforms the Palm Garden into a colourful picture of roses, candles and lights, with concerts open to all.5. Don't forget the most innovative events and places
Precipitate the annual appointment of the Motor Show, certainly among the largest in the world able to fascinate even those who are not passionate about engines! Do you love shopping? Then you'll love the ultra-modern shopping centre at the Palais Quartier - there's the longest escalator in Europe!