General: Frankfurt am Main - cultural and banking metropolis
Anyone who appreciates the connection between history and modernity will be thrilled by the cultural treasures and modern life of the city of Frankfurt
Today's financial metropolis was an imperial and royal city. The Römer, Frankfurt's landmark and town hall, dates from the 15th century. In stark contrast to this are the modern skyscrapers of the Frankfurt skyline, which are among the largest in Europe.
Frankfurt's sights are as diverse as its cityscape. No matter whether you prefer to discover historical or modern things - during a guided tour in Frankfurt you will get to know everything worth seeing and hear one or two anecdotes about the Main metropolis.
Facts & Figures: Inhabitants: approx. 670,000, with around 1.8 million people living in the city's suburbs.
Nightlife: Alternative, rocking, trendy, jazzy and chic - Frankfurt offers the complete range and with the Cocoon-Club has one of the hippest techno clubs in the world. The metropolis stands for excellent live music pubs and is known for its house and techno clubs.
Frankfurt sights: Kaiserdom, Römerberg and Paulskirche (old town), banking district, Alte Oper, municipal stages and stock exchange.