The airport in Frankfurt a. M. is the biggest hub in the country. Thus, it is here where you’ll most probably land while traveling through or to Germany. Frankfurt is also not really known as one of Germany’s “must-see” cities, but it does have its charms, if you know where to look for them.
Overnight lay-over in Frankfurt – What to do?
The things to do and see in Frankfurt of course depend on how much time you have during your stop-over in Germany’s financial capital. If you just have a couple of hours, you might want to try two very typical culinary delights. The “ green sauce ” is actually the signature dish of the city. This very tasty sauce is made of seven different herbs and is usually served with boiled potatoes and eggs. The drink to go with it should be the famous apple wine, which is produced in the area. All you need to do is to take a bus to the city district called “Sachsenhausen”: the heart of the Frankfurter apple wine culture. Check out the restaurant “Zum gemalten Haus”. This place was already serving “Apfelwein” in the early 19 th century.
If you are going to stay in the bustling city overnight, you will be amazed by all the cool options this place has to offer! Single male travellers might want to book a very special city guide. Frankfurt is home to one of the most prestige escort agencies in Europe, which arranges amazing dates with truly stunning escorts. These beautiful and multilingual ladies know “Mainhattan” inside out and can show you some breath-taking hot-spots – both in your hotel room and around town.
Experience Frankfurt up close and personal!
First thing you would want to do is to find a place to crash for the night. Hotels are one option, but do your travel budget a favour and do some research before. As in any city around the globe, all hotels situated close to the airport are significantly more expensive. Have a look at some sites that compare all hotel offers and give you the possibility to book directly. Another cool option for younger travellers is couch surfing . Cheap, funny and you will automatically get to know some locals who can give you many insider tips on what to do.
Once a place to crash is sorted, it’s time to check out the city. Now the typical hop on hop off tour might be an OK way to tick off all the regular highlights of the city, but if you are looking for a more fun and personal approach, give “ Frankfurt free alternative walking tours ” a try. This bunch of local guys will show you their Frankfurt in a very individual style.
If you don’t like staying in the city …
… rent a car and check out the surroundings! Frankfurt is actually an amazing starting point if you want to discover some of the most beautiful places in Germany! For instance: Heidelberg! This old and absolutely charming city is just a 45-minute drive away. Or visit the Palatinate region, which can be reached by car in one hour: A stunning landscape made out of deep woods and vineyards, small cities and even smaller villages. Throughout summer and autumn, each of the little towns celebrates its own little wine festival – all leading to one massive wine event in September! The “ Wurstmarkt ” in the city of Bad Duerkheim is actually the biggest wine festival in the world and is definitely worth a visit.
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