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Frankfurt, spanning the River Main before it joins the Rhine, also melds cultures, languages and lifestyles, with accommodations from the smallest pension to large luxury hotels. Berlin may be Germany's capital, yet Frankfurt reigns as its financial center, loaded with financial institutions including the European Central Bank. On a more frivolous note, the city stages more than 100 street festivals annually attracting millions. Most of Frankfurt (and almost all its core) was destroyed during World War II, and rebuilding followed a pathway of innovation rather than restoration. Frankfurt's skyline, more reminiscent of New York than the Federal Republic, has generated a Mainhatten nickname underscored by energetic nightlife, with numerous theaters, galleries, and museums. Touring typically includes a visit to the Roemerberg (old town center) and Goethe House, the restored birthplace of famed poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. In summer, the Main Tower's observation platform offers a spectacular city view. The Gothic cathedral of St. Bartholomaeus, the ancient venue for election and coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors, also has a tower that invites climbing. Other popular sights are the Bethmann-Bank, Hauptwache / Zeil (Germany's most profitable shopping promenade), the Frankfurt Stock Market, Willy-Brandt-Platz (the European Central Bank), the Deutsche-Bundesbank (the German Federal Bank), and the Stadel Art Institute, one of Europe's most comprehensive art galleries. Central Frankfurt can be covered on foot, with major sights inside old city walls, turned into a park. From here, visitors often cross the Main into Sachsenhausen, where museums dot the southern river bank. To explore beyond central Frankfurt, Sachsenhausen awaits on the Main's south bank. Part of Frankfurt since 1318, this city-within-a-city is also called the "apple wine quarter," where the famed product is served in nearly every bar. Schweizer Strasse is filled with specialty shops, and there is a Saturday morning flea market in the old Schlachthaus (slaughterhouse) on Deutschherrnufer (opposite the Floesserbruecke). At the green belt's western end is the Palmengarten, with subtropical palms and manicured gardens.
We have organized our listings of Frankfurt's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Frankfurt area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels options located in the downtown area, near shops, financial district and historic section of the city.
·Frankfurt Train Station
Hotels near the train station, centrally located near commercial center and the fairgrounds.
·Frankfurt Convention Center
Hotels centrally located, near Festival Hall Convention Center.
Hotels with Frankfurt addresses outside the downtown area proper and in the metro region.
Hotels in nearby communities such as Bad Orb, Giessen, Mainz and more.
Hotels near the Frankfurt Airport (FRA).
Hotel options in and around Heidelberg, south of Frankfurt.
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Area Facts: Although there is zero tolerance for drinking and driving in Frankfurt, taverns rarely request proof of age unless warranted by behavior. The international dialing code for Germany is 49. The city code for Frankfurt is 069.
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