A NIGHT ON THE TOWN (FRANKFURT)

A diverse city blends big culture and traditions; it is the largest town within the German state of Hessen. Frankfurt is the monetary capital of Continental Europe as well as Germany’s transportation hub.

Frankfurt has become a hub for commerce, culture, education, and business. But beside all of these factors Frankfurt has become one of the main tourist spot for the foreigners as well its own people

There are various venues for urban tourism in Frankfurt, which has brought high-class business to Germany. 

Frankfurt Tourism is one of Germany’s booming sectors that promote the country in a positive and friendly way. Frankfurt is home to numerous museums, galleries, historical sites, shopping centers, restaurants, opera houses, cafes and great entertainment venues.

Do you have a night to spend a to spend in Frankfurt? Let’s discuss what can we discover in a night in Frankfurt in this article. If you are coming from out side Germany for business or personal trip Alfacars can provide you best private transfer service from airport to any where in the city.

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Frankfurt Airport:

You can start from the Frankfurt airport, it is like the city’s skyline, the Römer, and apple wine is an inescapable aspect of the city. It has become one of Frankfurt’s most recognizable landmarks throughout the years.

It’s a fantastic place for all types of trips, regardless of the weather, because it’s well-connected by all modes of transportation.

Frankfurt Airport is a great place to visit whether you’re searching for a fun day out or a place to hold business meetings. Airport excursions are also a great way to round up a trip.

Taxis are accessible outside both terminals, and a 20 to 30 minute ride downtown costs roughly 42 euros ($47). The S-bahn station, on the other hand, is right beneath Terminal 1. In around 11 minutes, for 4.55 euros ($5), you can ride a local train, line S8 or S9, into Frankfurt central railway station (Hauptbahnhof).

Alte Opera:

A concert in the Alte Oper (Old Opera) is a wonderful way to spend an evening. During WWII, its structure was severely damaged. The stunning façade and mosaic-lined lobby were lovingly restored to reflect the original construction when it was refurbished.

Frankfurt  Museum Embankment:

Frankfurt has one of the most diverse and densely concentrated collections of museums in Germany, and it ranks first in terms of visitor numbers. The Frankfurt Museum Embankment, which runs between the Holbeinsteg (Holbein Bridge) and the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge) on the Sachsenhausen side of the river, is home to 17 museums, with more nearby.

Frankfurt is a city brimming with art and history, as well as museums dedicated to these subjects. Because of their great concentration, the embankment to the south of the Main River is known as Museumsufer or Museum Embankment. You’ll find both permanent and temporary exhibitions here, but no matter where you go, you won’t regret spending some time there.

Icon Museum

The Icon Museum is a tiny but notable repository with one of the world’s largest collections of icons, housed in a historic refectory of the Teutonic Knights who participated in the Crusades. Icons from all around the world, where the Eastern Orthodox Christian faith thrives, are included in the collection. Russia, Egypt, Syria, and Ethiopia all have icons. The majority date from the 15th to the 20th centuries. The Icon Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday, with guided tours available for tourists’ convenience.

Museum Angewandte Kunst (Museum of Applied Art)

The Museum of Applied Arts, or MAK, abbreviated from the German Museum Angewandte Kunst, is a collection of practical arts and crafts. The museum, which is located at Schaumainkai 17 in Frankfurt, exhibits about 30,000 creative arts pieces from Europe and Asia. Chinese lacquer, art deco relics, and modern collections of applied arts and crafts are among the museum’s exhibits. The museum’s main displays are furniture, glassware, and pottery. The MAK recently added exhibits pertaining to product design and information design to its collection. A large library with works by top experts in the field of applied arts is also available at the venue.

But the thing is you cannot grab this beautiful antique beauty later at night you have to reach there a bit early.

Main Tower:

The 200-meter-tall Maintower, located in Frankfurt’s Inner City (Innenstadt) neighbourhood, should be high on your list of entertaining things to do. This stunning 56-story skyscraper, which opened in 1999, is one of Germany’s largest and features a fantastic public rooftop observatory.

The top floors of the building have two public viewing platforms with amazing views. The river views alone make the quick glass-fronted elevator ride to the top worth it, in addition to panoramic views of the Old Town (Altstadt) and the many other Frankfurt attractions on your must-see list. If you’re going on a Friday or Saturday, you might want to go after nightfall.

The vantage platforms are open later these days, providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the city at night from above. Even better, combine your visit with a dinner at the building’s famed restaurant on the 53rd floor. Check out the art works and mosaics in the lobby area of the building as well.

Romber Square:

Romberg is known as one of Frankfurt’s most beautiful and charming squares, surrounded by ancient buildings. Visiting the square is also a must-do when visiting Frankfurt, Germany. It is located in Frankfurt’s Altstadt, which is the heart of the city’s Old Town. There are numerous unique sites to record, observe, and explore here, including the Fountain of Justice, gabled government buildings; age-old architecture with a distinct aura of classical style, Christmas Markets, local fairs and festivals, Ostzeile, and Haus Wertheim.

River Main:

The next beautiful destination for you can be river main(Frankfurt) and especially at night it is just incredible, if you visit Frankfurt but do not go to the river there is no way. The city of Frankfurt is relatively walkable. The River Main is one such lovely hike. Another option is to go on a cruise. The Riverside promenade, as well as the extended promenade, with its massive trees on both sides and the crunch of the wonderful crispy leaves beneath your feet, elevates the experience. This isn’t your typical stroll. You may perhaps go for a run or simply sit and take everything in. It also goes to the love lock bridge. 

Skyline of Frankfurt from Galeria  Kaufhof:

Night and the view of the skyline in Frankfurt man what else we could wish for. Leonhards Sky Lounge is a bar and restaurant on the top of the Galeria Kaufhof retail mall, near Hauptwache station. You’ll get a close-up glimpse of the skyline as well as a bird’s-eye view of the main shopping street, and there’s even a ‘selfie spot’ for the perfect selfie. After so much wandering when you have such an amazing view of the skyline and you are at a café, how could you avoid yourself from trying some delicious food there. This spot also has a retail mall with it, when you have to save your time and also don’t want to miss any opportunity of buying, eating and mesmerizing your eyes so this is a perfect spot in Frankfurt.

After enjoying all these spots you would be in the need of a taxi of a cab to return back at airport and grab your flight. But Alfacars provide you best Airport transfer service in the town.

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