Hello, frankfurt

Frankfurt is conveniently situated in the heart of both Germany and Europe. Its international airport, which is directly accessible from all across the globe, is only a few minutes from Frankfurt's main train station, one of the largest in Germany. Frankfurt is a great walking city, and the vast majority of its downtown destinations may be reached on foot. There is also a well-developed public transport system, which connects Frankfurt with the surrounding Rhine-Main Region both quickly and easily.


Restaurants to visit

Kleinmarkthalle, Frankfurt


Kleinmarkthalle, a 1,500-sq/m indoor market hall, is a culinary paradise beyond compare. Some 156 market stalls sell all kinds of fresh foods, produce and flowers. Aside from the many regional specialities available, such as Frankfurt's famous "Green Sauce", visitors will also find a superb assortment of international delicacies, imported from the four corners of the Earth. Those feeling a bit peckish are urged to try some of the delicious specialities on offer right away, freshly prepared on site.

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Beautiful view of scenic narrow street with historic traditional houses and cobbled street in an old town in Europe with blue sky and clouds in summer


Alt-Sachsenhausen, with its apple wine pubs, historical half-timbered houses and narrow alleys, stands for Frankfurt cosiness and hospitality. No sojourn in Frankfurt is complete without a quick visit for a glass of the renowned “FrankfurtEbbelwei”.

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This is possibly the best place for rich, heartening soups in Frankfurt, situated close to Römerberg square in Altstadt. Eight different soups are on the menu, available to eat in or take away.

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Frankfurt apple cider and bembel

Adolf Wagner

Adolf Wagner is Frankfurt's most famous apple cider bar. Similar in style to a beer hall with its brown wall panelling, this is the place to sample cider served in large blue and white pitchers. Beer and wine are also available. The menu offers a wide variety of traditional German food such as schnitzel, pork knuckle, Rindswurst (beef sausage) with sauerkraut, homemade Bratwurst and much more.

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Sicilian Arancini on wooden plate

Trattoria I Siciliani

If you are craving Sicilian-Italian food, then this restaurant is for you. The owner has a big heart and will do his very best to make sure you enjoy your evening as well as your meal. The menu is available in English, German and Sicilian and the staff is very accommodating and friendly.

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Traditional African lamb chunks ready to eat

Im Herzen Afrikas

This is a unique restaurant where you can sit on the floor and wiggle your toes in the sand. You will be surrounded by lit candles and music to help you imagine you are actually right there, in the heart of Africa, a feast for all your senses. The menu offers culinary delicacies from Eritrea, which are freshly prepared in the family kitchen.

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