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Glinting skyscrapers soar above old town squares and yet the contrast between modern and medieval Frankfurt blends seamlessly. Home to one of the world’s largest stock exchanges as well as the gleaming headquarters of the European Central Bank, the German city has become known for its modern skyline and financial vigor. Yet at its heart, Frankfurt is an unexpectedly traditional and charming city, with quaint medieval buildings huddled in village-like neighborhoods with hearty regional food, beautiful parks and cosy taverns and outdoor cafes. 

Charming pockets of medieval old town remain in the Altstadt district and around Romerberg Square where locals come to drink. The city also has a notable dining scene ranging from Michelin-starred restaurants to hearty pub grub at the lively Sachsenhausen district where diners can enjoy generous helpings of boiled meats, apple wine and German beer. Travellers can’t miss out on traditional “Frankfurter” sausages - as the Germans call them – thin sausages made from pork traditionally served with bread, yellow mustard, horseradish and potato salad. 

For the kids, Frankfurt Zoo is open every day of the year. The popular tourist attraction is a veritable green oasis in the middle of the city. It’s home to more than 4500 animals and is well known for its big cats exhibit. For the best view in the city, the centrally located and architecturally award-winning Main Tower allows punters to travel up to 200 meters into the clouds to the observation deck where they are rewarded with a spectacular view of the city. Other wandering spots include Frankfurt’s city hall and Bethmannpark park.

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