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Best Shopping Experiences in Frankfurt

TOP 1
The Roman Forum
4.6/5
549 Reviews
Frankfurt
71m from downtown
Squares
Menschen001
"Frankfurt has few monuments, and the Roman Square remains after 80% of the old city bombed by World War II was destroyed by the bombing. The reason is called the Comic Man Square because the ancient Roman Empire really had rule here, there were also troops. Now there is only a church and surrounding German-style residential. The square stands in the middle of the statue of the goddess of justice."

Reasons to Recommend: The Roman Forum is located in the center of Old Frankfurt. It is also the city of old city hall. The square was built in the Middle Ages and destroyed during WWII. It was later almost completely reconstructed. Now it's the only Middle-Age style street left in Frankfurt and stands in stark contrast to the other modern buildings in the city. The Roman Forum is a can't-miss sightseeing destination.Many famous attractions in Frankfurt are nearby, including City Hall, the museum, the church, etc. For many travelers, the Roman Forum is a great place to come and learn about Frankfurt's culture.

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TOP 2
Eurotower
4.3/5
120 Reviews
Frankfurt
603m from downtown
Modern Architecture
Statues/Sculptures
suifeng2019
"The European Central Bank's headquarters in Frankfurt is a 40-story skyscraper. The 12 yellow stars in the Euro Tower on the square symbolize the 12 countries that decided to use the euro before 2002."

Reasons to Recommend: The Euro Tower is located in the center of Frankfurt and is the seat of the European Central Bank. It was established on June 1, 1998. It is responsible for the financial and monetary policy of the European Union and the euro area. It is the central bank of the euro area. The building has a total of 40 floors and is 148 meters high. The huge Euro sculpture logo in front of the building is very famous.

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TOP 3
Zeil 106
4.5/5
91 Reviews
Frankfurt
575m from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
suifeng2019
"Zellstrasse is the most famous commercial street in Frankfurt. Major popular brands have at least one store on this wide street, and these stores are large in scale. There are also three big shopping malls."

Reasons to Recommend: Zell Street is located in the center of Frankfurt. It is a famous local shopping street. Its history can be traced back to the 14th century. There are many shops on both sides of the street. One of the more popular is MyZeil Shopping Centre. MyZeil shopping center was designed by Roman designer Studio Fuksas. The sculptural glass skin forms an iconic swirl shape that is characteristic. MyZeil integrates shopping malls, cinemas, hotels, commercial conference rooms, parking lots, etc., and has more than 100 brands in it. It is the largest shopping mall in Frankfurt, Germany. At the same time, there is also the longest escalator in Europe, 46 meters long. In addition, Zeilstraße is home to Frankfurt's renowned international designer boutiques. If you are tired of shopping, you may wish to sit in the nearby cafes and restaurants and taste the local specialties.

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TOP 4
Berger Street (Berger Strasse)
4.4/5
36 Reviews
Frankfurt
2.4km from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
小鱼儿2015
"Berger Street is a very interesting street facility. It is located in the old town of Frankfurt. You can also see a lot of local visits on the streets here. Eating is also a good choice. Many locals come here."

Reasons to Recommend: Berger Street is a well-known street in Frankfurt. It is the core area of the new city. It is rich and not outdated. On both sides of the street are antique European buildings, which are very dreamy. The streets are lined with various specialty snack bars, coffee shops, bars, and shopping malls, which are a good place for leisure and entertainment. If you go shopping seriously, you can spend an afternoon.

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TOP 5
Flea Market
4.4/5
31 Reviews
Frankfurt
2.7km from downtown
小思文
"Tiaosao Market is a local trading market. It is full of outdated goods or unused old things. The locals will arrange these things cleanly for sale. It is not suitable for foreigners to buy things."

Reasons to Recommend: Rigorous and ruthless Germans finally showed their romanticism at the flea market. It is a lively scene on the streets of Germany to sell items that are not used in life at a stall by the Main River, attracting a large number of treasure hunters. In addition to vintage-style clothing, the flea market also has old books, old furniture, paintings, ceramics, silverware, handicrafts, old records, etc. There are many kinds and styles. There will be German sausage and BBQ vendors at different nodes. Go to the flea market to find gadgets in your leisure time, there will be a surprise baby waiting for you to bring it home! Don't be too soft-hearted when bargaining!

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TOP 6
Opernturm.
4.7/5
3 Reviews
Frankfurt
1.3km from downtown
Historical Architectures
E20***63
"In a high-end office building in Frankfurt, there are also many high-end restaurants and bars downstairs, which is not noisy, and the whole building looks like a Gemini, as if filming a movie."
TOP 7
Haus Wertheym
4.6/5
24 Reviews
Frankfurt
161m from downtown
Historical Architectures
Featured Neighborhoods
Lavender and Sun
"A quiet, German town with traditional Franken architecture and vast fields surrounding it, famous for its wine-producing landmarks, the 12th-century Fort Wiltheim, is a small town in Germany."

Reasons to Recommend: This is a restaurant located in the central area of the city with a very long history. It was built in 1479 and is a rare building that survived World War II. The restaurant prides itself on local cuisine, and the antique interior is also very tasteful.

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TOP 8
Hauptwache
4.5/5
25 Reviews
Frankfurt
807m from downtown
Squares
小鱼儿2015
"The central square of this city has many good buildings, both old buildings and modern high-rise buildings. It is a good place for shopping and leisure. The entire square has an elegant environment and many shops are also worth visiting."

Reasons to Recommend: The Hauptwache (Main Guard) is a focal point of Frankfurt am Main and is one of the most popular plazas in the city.

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TOP 9
Galeria Kaufhof
4.4/5
47 Reviews
Frankfurt
430m from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
godknows
"It is a huge duty-free shop. There are many Chinese tourists. Some have come by themselves, and some have been brought by travel agencies. Because in the center of the Roman Forum. It's so crowded. The price is not very expensive. German commodity prices are generally quite satisfactory."

Reasons to Recommend: GALERIAKaufhof is the largest department store in Frankfurt, on the road leading to the Opera House from the Roma Square in Frankfurt, with a wide variety of goods.

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TOP 10
Sachsenhausen
4.3/5
25 Reviews
Frankfurt
748m from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
WillSum
"An old street with local characteristics is said to be a famous local food street, but it seems that there is no passenger flow during the day. Maybe the time is wrong. Some German special bread. You can find pig's trotters. I like the colorful architecture here. It is very different in modern Frankfurt."

Reasons to Recommend: Once home to bakers, fishermen, tanners, and vineyard artisans, the area is now a popular cider-making street. Every August, a hot spring festival is held here. Visitors can bring their own food to go out and play, and even going out for a cider after a meal at home is a pleasure. There are many bands playing in the hotel, which is full of lively and casual atmosphere.

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TOP 11
Frankfurt Bankenviertel
4.3/5
45 Reviews
Frankfurt
2.1km from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
小鱼儿2015
"The financial district is also a very important building complex. There are many well-known bank offices in Germany and Europe. Many financial systems are also located here. It is a very important German financial district."

Reasons to Recommend: The Frankfurt financial district is one of the more important financial centers in Europe. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is also one of the four largest stock exchanges in the world. There are currently about 336 German and foreign banks and financial institutions here, including Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Dresden Bank, Citibank, Bank of China, etc. In 1957, the German Central Bank composed of German state banks was established here, the Deutsche Monetary Fund was established in 1994, and the European Central Bank was established in 1998. The various bank buildings together form the German skyscraper cluster.

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TOP 12
Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse
4.3/5
12 Reviews
Frankfurt
647m from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
cc350
"The pedestrian street in the center of Frankfurt is 3 or 4 stops away from the railway station. It is very convenient. There is also a subway. It is also very close to the Roman Forum. It is about 100 or 200 meters."

Reasons to Recommend: This is the bustling commercial street in Frankfurt, with many brand stores and shops, as well as many restaurants and cafes. It is a good choice for leisure, walking and shopping. It is also very close to the Old Opera House and is also a good place to relax and enjoy the nightlife.

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TOP 13
Frau-Rauscher-Brunnen
4.2/5
23 Reviews
Frankfurt
917m from downtown
Statues/Sculptures
小鱼儿2015
"Cider is also a very important drink in this city. It is brewed from apples. This fountain is also a very simple sculpture product. I found it by accident when I visited it. You can see many small things."

Reasons to Recommend: Cider is a specialty of Frankfurt, and the idea for this sculpture of the Cider Lady's Fountain comes from a local pop song about cider. The main sculpture of the fountain is a huge, sexy and charming housewife. From time to time, "she" will spray a column of "wine" several meters long on the sidewalk, which is a bit mischievous and very interesting.

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TOP 14
Skyline Plaza
4.0/5
2 Reviews
Frankfurt
2.1km from downtown
Modern Architecture
湘阴王离
"This is the famous business center of Frankfurt near the Expo Center. It is also very close to the railway station. It should be regarded as a transportation hub. The entire shopping mall is very large. Everything to eat, drink and play. Downstairs is the parking lot. He has two large supermarkets and a drugstore on the first floor. Half of the entire second floor area is a variety of restaurants and fast food. It is worth noting that there is a very nice roof garden on the top floor, which should be the seventh floor. You can find a hidden elevator to go directly up. There is also a nice restaurant and children's playground above, but it should be noted that the 456th floor here is a parking lot, so don't take the wrong elevator."