Frankfurt (Germany)

25 Jul

Hi everyone!

Last year, we had the opportunity to visit Frankfurt. Frankfurt is the seat of the European Central Bank, and therefore most people consider it to be more of a financial city rather than a tourist attraction. Throughout the financial district, you can see many symbols that represent the city’s status (bear and bull ro represent the market, and the euro symbol).

Although there are several skyscrapers, Frankfurt also offers other interesting sights that have nothing to do with the city’s financial activities. The typical German architecture, cozy restaurants, small shops, and stylish bars were a few things that we found to be very interesting (as well as the different ethnicities that have chosen Frankfurt as their second home). You just have to allow yourself to get lost for a few hours and explore the “unknown”. And if you ever feel like you’re totally lost, then you can catch the subway that will take you back to the city’s centre.

I would say Frankfurt is a city that entertains without pretending to be anything extravagant, which we really appreciated, for it allowed us to relax. I think Frankfurt is a great option for a weekend escape.

And whatever you decide to do, always remember to have fun while doing it !

Have a great day!

Que tengan un muy lindo día !

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2 Responses to “Frankfurt (Germany)”

  1. sartenada August 25, 2011 at 1:44 pm #

    It was so nice to read that You have visited in Frankfurt. Many disdain it. I hope that You visited in some its wonderful department houses which are all in the same street side by side.

    ¡Saludos y abrazos!

    • sillystyle August 25, 2011 at 2:47 pm #

      I really liked it. It is a small city, but it has a big city vibe without making you feel intimadated. We did stay in a wonderful apartment that included a very good breakfast 😉

      Gracias por tu comentario.
      Have a wonderful day !

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