The skyline of Frankfurt thrills not only the heart of economic and financial world. The Hessian metropolis is a vibrant cultural city with a unique museum and cultural landscape, for example the famous Frankfurt Museum Embankment. The house of Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s birth is also in Frankfurt and it belongs to the most popular memorials of German poets.
The imposing Römerberg with Römer used as a city hall is located in the center of the historic old city. Other sites such as the impressive cathedral Kaiserdom or Paulskirche (St. Paul's Church) are within walking distance. The Nizza Gardens welcome with Mediterranean atmosphere on the banks of the Main River visitors who want to escape from the everyday hustle and bustle when walking between palm trees and lemon trees. The District of Sachsenhausen is on the other side of the river, where the Frankfurt national drink, the cider, can be sampled in its traditional pubs. Visit the metropolis on Main and travel inexpensively, quickly and safely by the comfortable buses of Deutsche Touring.