Besides these quarters there are many places which make Frankfurt special. At the Emperor’s Market, you can find local vegetable stands as well as international specialties. Many of the stands offer the famous “Grii Soas” (Green Sauce). It is eaten with potatoes and egg, and consists of 7 specified herbs. Not far away is the Kleinmarkthalle (small market hall), where 60 vendors offer food, wine and the famous “Ebbelwoi” (apple wine). The hall is one of the meeting places in Frankfurt.
Of course, Frankfurt has a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing. It would lead too far to list them all here. You can find most of them on the Internet, where you can find the most important and interesting information. We want to name here, the most important for us. Everyone who visits Frankfurt or decides to live there will gradually find the ones that fascinate him/her.
The old town around the Römer
The smallest part of the city is full of cafes and restaurants. Through the reconstruction of the east line on the Römerberg, typical representatives of half-timbered architecture were rebuilt, which characterizes the neighbourhood and makes it unique.
You should also visit Saalgasse. A whole street was built there with houses modelled after 80s architecture. Each house was designed by a different architect. In addition, there are numerous museums here that have something to offer for almost every taste.
The Goethe House
Perhaps the most important German writer was born and spent his childhood there. At the same time, the building conveys a sense of life in the 18th century.
The Städel Museum
This museum offers art from 700 years. Anyone who is enthusiastic about the old masters or modern art will find what they are looking for there and can devote hours to the extraordinary works.