Frankfurt am Main, approx. 730,000 inhabitants, is the fifth largest city in the Federal Republic of Germany. Internationality and language variety are part of the daily life of the business metropolis. Since the Middle Ages Frankfurt has been a hub of long-distance trade and trading capital. rankfurt is an important European hub of the financial, trade and service sector. Frankfurt Airport connects Germany with the rest of the world via nonstop flights. The oldest and best known university in the city is Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, founded in 1914.
The St. Bartolomuus Cathedral or Frankfurter Dom was built between the 13th and 15th centuries in Gothic style. The cathedral still manages to stand out in this city of skyscrapers.
Paulskirche is located on the Paulsplatz and was built between 1,790 - 1,833 and restored in 1948. The church is an important political symbolism in Germany and it has become the year 1849 seat of the Frankfurt Parliament, the first freely elected German public legislative body.
This Gothic cathedral was built between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and has suffered different calamities throughout its history, such as being destroyed by fire in 1867 or several bombings between 1943 and 1944 that destroyed its interior. It was rebuilt in the fifties and is currently one of the things to see in Frankfurt without a doubt.
This 'Roman Mountain' is part of the historic heart of Frankfurt and houses the City Hall building, built-in 1405, and where some of the most important German kings and emperors were crowned. The first product fairs were held in Römerberg in the thirteenth century and, each December, one of the busiest Christmas markets in the country. To the east of the square, we can see six wooden buildings of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, destroyed during the war and rebuilt between 1981 and 1983. Another of the essential stops to make in Frankfurt and will be a good choice for tourists to Frankfurt.
With 200 meters high, 240 with the transmission tower, it has 56 floors and two public observatories from which the panorama removes the hiccups. It was built between 1996 and 1999 and houses the headquarters of several banks, radios, and a television. During summer, the viewpoint to see Frankfurt am Main from a bird's eye view is open between 10:00 and 21:00, from Sunday to Thursday, and between 10:00 and 23:00, Friday and Saturday. In winter: from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., from Sunday to Thursday, and from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday. The ticket price is 6.50 Euros. If you ever come to Frankfurt never miss going to the main tower.
The best time to travel to Frankfurt is from March to May (spring) and from September to October (early autumn). During these seasons the days are neither too hot nor too cold. The arch in Frankfurt has an average temperature of 8ºC to -1ºC. On March 20 and 21, spring begins in Germany. During the month the hours of the day go on slightly and the cold is less intense. The average temperature in Frankfurt in May is 18ºC to 7ºC. The days in the month show occasional rains.
Frankfurt Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in Europe together with Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris and London Heathrow Airport. It is located 12 km southwest of the city center of Frankfurt, Germany. Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is located 10 kilometers from the city of Kirchberg, and 120 kilometers west of the city of Frankfurt in Germany.
Population: 2.3 million
Language: German is the official language of Frankfurt.