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Frankfurt has become one of Europe’s leading financial centres, largely due to its reputation for steadiness and stability. Considered a mini–metropolis, it’s full of nostalgic charms, too: cobblestoned streets, timber–frame houses, a medieval town square. Don’t leave without trying apfelwein (sour flat cider) or grüne sosse (the city’s famous green herb sauce).
Where to Stay
- A sunlit and cheerful lounge at the Lindley Lindenberg in FrankfurtLindley LindenbergFor the stylish communal spaces
- The exterior of 25hours Hotel The Goldman in Frankfurt consists of bold blue and orange walls25hours Hotel The GoldmanFor the colourful quirkiness
- Wall-to-wall bookcases for visitors to enjoy in the lounge at the Jumeirah Frankfurt HotelJumeirah Frankfurt HotelFor the city views
- The outside terrace of the Mövenpick Hotel Frankfurt City is bordered by the hotel's bold red walls and full length windowsMövenpick Hotel Frankfurt CityFor the business convenience
- Pink and white striped terrace settings at the Steigenberger Frankfurter HofSteigenberger Frankfurter HofFor the history