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- Festhalle Frankfurt
- Frankfurt Zoological Garden
- Mainz City Center
- Goethe Home and Museum
- Goethe University
- Frankfurt Cathedral
- Alte Oper
- Zeil Shopping District
- Skyline Plaza
- Frankfurt Trade Fair
- Gutenberg University
- European Central Bank
- Opel Factory
- Fraport Arena
What you should know about Old Town
Frankfurt's Old Town is located on the north shore of the Main River in historic Frankfurt, Germany. Whether travelling to Frankfurt for business or pleasure, make your visit to this beautiful German city a success with Hotels.com. Search Hotels.com for a wide selection of hotels in Old Town, Frankfurt. Our website also offers travel guides and tips on Hotels.com's travel blog, travel experts ready to answer all of your questions, and an easy booking process. Find online discounts and special pricing by starting your Frankfurt vacation at Hotels.com today.
What's Old Town, Frankfurt Like?
Book a hotel close to Römerberg Square, the heart of Old Town, Frankfurt. This market square is home to the Old Town Hall, the Ostzeile, St. Nickolas Church and the Frankfurt History Museum. Spend the day exploring the square and its attractions. Why not finish the day with a meal at one of the many local restaurants? Other tourist attractions to see in Old Town, Frankfurt include the Romer and St. Nickolas Church. While in Frankfurt, be sure to take the time to stroll along the Main River or cross a bridge to the south shore and explore the Museum Quarter embankment. No visit to Frankfurt would complete without partaking in the local cuisine. There is no better way to experience a culture and its people than by eating the traditional fare. Some staples of Old Town, Frankfurt restaurants include apfelwein (hard apple cider) and frankfurter wuerstchen, a crisp sausage served with mustard and a roll or sauerkraut. Try rippchen, pork served with sauerkraut or schweinshaxe (pig knuckles), also usually served with sauerkraut (noticing a pattern here?) and potatoes. Pair any of these dishes with a German beer for the perfect meal.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Old Town, Frankfurt
Wear comfortable shoes when walking around Frankfurt. You don't have to worry how you dress in Germany, it's is known for its laid back attitude, dress codes are generally non existent. Expect to encounter friendly, welcoming locals. Though reserved, they will always be happy to help where they can. While most Germans do speak English, try speaking their language a bit too. It will show that you are willing to try to fit in and that you respect their language and culture. It's also the best way to order a traditional meal off a restaurant menu. Brush up on your German before leaving home. Make the most of your trip to Germany by finding hotels in Old Town, Frankfurt at Hotels.com today.
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