_FB***19A must-visit nice little square with photogenic architecture, souvenir shops and Christmas market in December. Great place for an Instagram photo if you could manage to wait till there are not so many tourists in the background.
本杰明Frankfurt Cathedral, Frankfurt Cathedral, also known as Kaiserdom, Kaiserdom; the emperor was crowned here, also known as the Coronation Church. The main building of the cathedral is a Gothic building with a tower height of 95 meters. Tips: Frankfurt Cathedral is located east of Frankfurt's Roman Forum. Address, Domplatz Frankfurt, Hesse Germany. You can take the U-Bahn to Hauptwache station. Tips: You can browse the nearby area on foot. Frankfurt Cathedral and the Roman Forum are not far from the Main River Cruise Terminal. Walk all the way, watch the scenery, take a few photos as you like, or sit down and have a drink. If there is not much free space in the tourist season, fortunately, there are still. At the time of the conference, although many hotels were full, but fortunately it was not the peak tourist season, so I could calm down. When he was calm, he was not close or far away on the banks of the Main River, opening his eyes lazily. When it was more calm, it was night. When I was calmer, I was in a dream. Although it is Goethe's hometown, he does not feel poetic, only the restlessness of the world and the silence after the prosperity is gone. When the fingers fell, the other bank seemed to be closed; and the horse of dream, as if traveling through time and space, was trapped between the Rhine and Danube at the beginning of the century, and the Romans happened to build the Great Wall connecting the two rivers. This shore and the other shore are actually nothing more than a river, one evil and one dream. After all, it's nothing more than passing on their genes, their will, or their dreams.
E22***53If you are in Frankfurt, consider a visit to this place. Goethe, one of Germany's national poets, was born and spent his youth here. It is the house of his family. There are furniture and several objects related to his family on exhibition. If you have more time, combine this with a visit to Leipzig (where Goethe attended university) and Goethe national museum in Weimar (the city where Goethe spent most of his productive live as a poet).
MMK Museum of Modern Art (MMK Museum fur Moderne Kunst)Frankfurt,Germany
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City Breaks In Germany Munich Berlin And Frankfurt
Berlin: city of a new era
Today Berlin is a creative, dynamic place to visit with museums, theatres, many bars, cubs and restaurants. A city which was at the grim heart of 20th century European history, the Berlin of today has a tendency not to take itself too seriously.
Transport: how to get there and around
To reach Berlin by air, you will probably have to make a connection through Amsterdam or Frankfurt. Not many direct flights arrive in the city. The Train service in Germany is extremely efficient, you can get to Berlin from other European countries this way. The bus is also an option.
The city itself has an underground system to help you get around, it is also cycle and pedestrian friendly. The East part of the city is served by a tram.
Berlin winter is between November and March and can be cold below zero. Throughout the rest of the year, rain is often a possibility.
Accommodation: Luxury to budget stays
The internet can offer some of the best information on the cost, range and location of hotels in Berlin.
Kronberg im Taunus is a town in the Hochtaunuskreis district, Hesse, Germany and part of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area. Before 1866, it was in the Duchy of Nassau; in that year the whole Duchy was absorbed into Prussia. Kronberg lies at the foot of the Taunus, flanked in the north and southwest by forests. A mineral water spring also rises in the town.Kronberg borders in the north and east on the town of Oberursel, in the southeast on the town of Steinbach, in the south on the towns of Eschborn and Schwalbach (both in Main-Taunus-Kreis), and in the west on the town of Königstein.When Kronberg Castle was built (about 1220) it was shared by the Knights of Askenburne (Eschborn), who owned a towered castle there. The Kronenstamm (stamm = stem) moved to Kronberg, giving themselves that name at the time, while the Flügelstamm ("wing stem") followed them there only 30 years later.
Town rights were granted the small settlement on 25 April 1330 by Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor. As of 1367, the town also had market rights as well as Blutgerichtsbarkeit (meaning that there was an Imperial court authorized to mete out bodily punishment, including death), granted by Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor. Together with those from Hattstein Castle and Reifenberg Castle, the Knights of Kronberg from Frankfurt declared the so-called "Kronberg Feud" in 1389. When on 13 May a great force from Frankfurt swept to Kronberg Castle, Hanau (Ulrich von Hanau) and the Electorate of the Palatinate (150 of Ruprecht von der Pfalz's cuirassiers) troops rushed to help those being beset, driving the Frankfurt forces off on 14 May in the Battle of Eschborn and taking 620 prisoners, among them the mayor, a few noble council members and all the town's bakers, butchers, locksmiths and shoemakers.
Runkel is a town on the Lahn River in Limburg-Weilburg district in Hesse, Germany.Runkel lies in the Lahn Valley on both sides of the river between the Westerwald and the Taunus, some eight kilometres east of Limburg.Runkel borders in the north on the community of Beselich and the town of Weilburg, in the east on the communities of Weinbach and Villmar and in the south and west on the town of Limburg.The town's first documentary mention came in 1159 in an enfeoffment document in which a nobleman named Siegfried von Runkel had his name appear as a witness. It is believed that this Siegfried was the one who built Runkel Castle. In 1191 Siegfried married a countess of Katzenelnbogen. This high noble family forced Dietrich of Runkel to open his castles Runkel and Dehrn. No later than 1230, the castle had a chapel, thereby giving Runkel its first church building. In 1288, after years of family disputes, the Lords of Runkel and those of Westerburg sundered into two lines. In 1440, building work began on the Lahn bridge, but owing to the rift between the Runkels and the Westerburgs, the work took until 1448. In 1447 Count Philipp of Katzenelnbogen was the liege lord.
In 1543, Count Johann IV of Wied had Philipp Melanchthon as a guest at Runkel Castle. In 1568, the Reformation was introduced. In 1622, there was yet another family rift when Count Hermann II at Wied drove his younger brother Philipp Ludwig out of the leadership and indeed from the castle. In 1634, the town and the castle were largely destroyed by Count Johann Ludwig Hektor von Isolani's troops in the Thirty Years' War. In 1649, the castle's dwelling buildings were newly built as a residential castle.
Frankfurt, officially Frankfurt am Main is the most populous city in the German state of Hesse. Its 763,380 inhabitants as of December 31, 2019 make it the fifth-largest city in Germany. On the River Main (a tributary of the Rhine), it forms a continuous conurbation with the neighbouring city of Offenbach am Main and its urban area has a population of 2.3 million.The city is at the centre of the larger Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region, which has a population of 5.5 million and is Germany's second-largest metropolitan region after the Rhine-Ruhr Region. Frankfurt's central business district lies about 90 km (56 mi) northwest of the geographic centre of the EU at Gadheim, Lower Franconia. Like France and Franconia, the city is named after the Franks. Frankfurt is the largest city in the Rhine Franconian dialect area. Frankfurt was a city state, the Free City of Frankfurt, for nearly five centuries, and was one of the most important cities of the Holy Roman Empire, as a site of imperial coronations; it lost its sovereignty upon the collapse of the empire in 1806, regained it in 1815 and then lost it again in 1866, when it was annexed (though neutral) by the Kingdom of Prussia. It has been part of the state of Hesse since 1945. Frankfurt is culturally, ethnically and religiously diverse, with half of its population, and a majority of its young people, having a migrant background. A quarter of the population consists of foreign nationals, including many expatriates.
Frankfurt is a global hub for commerce, culture, education, tourism and transportation, and rated as an "alpha world city" according to GaWC. It is the site of many global and European corporate headquarters. Frankfurt Airport is Germany's busiest. Frankfurt is one of the major financial centres of the European continent, with the headquarters of the European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank, KfW, Commerzbank, several cloud and fintech startups..
#tripaway Frankfurt is a very beautiful city, with a very interesting history and architecture! it has one of the most modern skylines in Europe! a place for shopping, for dinning, for wandering around! people is also very friendly and kind! absolutely recommended
#tripaway Frankfurt (German: Frankfurt am Main) is the largest city in the German state of Hesse, and is considered the business and financial centre of Germany. It is the fifth largest city in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. The city is known for its modern skyline, and for hosting the headquarters of the European Central Bank, the Deutsche Börse stock exchange and numerous German financial services companies. Furthermore, it hosts some of the world's most important trade shows, such as the Frankfurt Auto Show and the Frankfurt Book Fair. Located on the river Main at a crossroad of the German Autobahn system and connected to several high-speed rail lines, with Germany's busiest airport on its outskirts, Frankfurt is one of the most important transportation hubs of Europe.
Frankfurt is for many their gateway into Germany. The airport is one of the country's busiest, serving numerous international destinations. If you're not making a connecting flight to somewhere else, it's fun to walk down along the River Main. This is very close to the main train station and it offers a nice view of the Frankfurt skyline.
The European Central Bank building in Frankfurt is one of the tallest buildings in Germany. Planning regulations in most of the country forbid the construction of modern skyscrapers; but an exception was made for Germany financial capital. Locating the ECB in Frankfurt was a necessary precondition for the Germany government to come onboard for centralized monetary system.
#frankfurt is the financial hearth of the euro zone. Here is the European Central Bank and also one of the tallest buildings on the continent. The city is located on the shores of river Maine and even very busy is very nice tourist attraction. Nowadays it is maybe the most important place in #germany and the European Union.