City Break In Frankfurt
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City break in Frankfurt with something for everyone

Whether you are travelling alone, with your bestie, or with family members, you will be amazed at all the activity to do and site to see on a city break in Frankfurt. In fact, it is a genuinely historic and cultural city that has someone for everyone. Keep reading for find out more.


Gastronomes will not be disappointed when visiting the city of Frankfurt. In fact, they will find a variable plethora of cuisines from traditional German fare, as well as dishes local to the Frankfurt region such as cheese with music. Named for the gaseous effect, it can cause after eating! There are also many modern international restaurants including American themed and Japanese themed ones that are worth trying out as well.

There is also a fabulous market of Kleinmarkthalle that is definitely worth a look, especially as it crammed full of local and delicious food such as bread and cheese. Both foodstuffs that the Germans are known to be expert at.

If you are looking for a more sit down meal where you can languish over your food and catch w=up with friends, then the Main Tower Restaurant is a great choice, and the views from the 53rd floor are stunning! Then there’s also Ramen Muku if you are looking for something more exotic, and Seven Swans who serve the most delicious Michelin starred vegetarian food.


Like plants? Great! Then Frankfurt is the place for you! This city has a range of large and spacious public parks such as Bethmann Park where you will find a Chinese garden with a waterfall as well as some beautiful exotic and Asian horticulture.

Then there is the fabulous Palm Garden located in Siesmayerstraße. There you will find such delights as the beautiful rhododendron garden, an underwater garden grotto, and the palm house itself. If you can, try and make it during June when the famous the Rose and Light Festival runs.

If you are looking for accommodation, then there are plenty of places including apartments to rent and hotels available in central Frankfurt. Although, many people choose to head out of the city and stay in places like Courtyard Wiesbaden-Nordenstadt instead. The reason being that accommodation in such satellite towns is great value, and it is incredibly easy to get back into the centre for any sightseeing you need to do.

Kids and families

Next, if you are Frankfurt with the kids in tow, you certainly won’t be disappointed by the activities on offer either. First, why not open their mind with a quick trip to the Experiminta Science Centre that is full of interactive games and displays that will keep them off their phones for at least a while.

Then there is the awesome forest playground at the Goethe Tower. An excellent incentive to tempt the kids with if you want to visit surrounding area beforehand.

Lastly, there is the stunning Shrin building which is surprising child-friendly for a museum of modern art! In fact, they even do hand-puppet tours of the exhibition for the little ones, as well as provide a chance for the kids to get creative and do their own paintings as well.

At the Shrin they even run special events in the afternoon that are designed to be especially family friendly. A fact that truly proves Frankfurt is a city that has something for everyone!

Would you recommend a city break in Frankfurt?

Fabulous Frankfurt

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  • Su {Ethan & Evelyn}

    This is a YES! for me. I’ll go anywhere where it doesn’t involve me kids playing pads all day. lol! So many lovely suggestions here. I must check it out. Thank you for sharing. x

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