The former ECB in the city center. Very close to the pedestrian zone and the Opera Square with an old opera. The building cannot be visited. Take a quick look from the outside, a photo motif, as a re...
easy to reach and good for visit and taking picture
easy to reach and good for visit and taking picture for it but it is windy and cold when we visited. so that not stay too long time but good for no much crowded as well. we could take good picture wi...
Let’s be frank, the building itself looks relatively old and not so charming. What is beautiful is the Euro sign in front of it and the symbolic meaning of a united Europe. And the place where every b...
Eurotower is a 148-m skyscraper in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt. The building served as the seat of the European Central Bank until 18 March 2015, at which point it was officially replaced by a new purpose-built building.
You can take subway line U1-U5, U8 and alight at Willy-Brandt-Platz Station. You can walk to your destination from there.
1.There are a lot of visitors in the square, and pickpockets are aplenty there too. Please watch out for your own personal belongings and valuables.