Altstadt (Old City) is the historic, cultural, and culinary heart of Frankfurt, with restored medieval buildings around a huge town square, notable churches and museums, and historic restaurants serving traditional local fare. Be sure to walk to Fressgasse (eating street), a pedestrian-only street of cafés, gourmet food shops, and jazz clubs.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse is the proper name of this pedestrian street, but it's nicknamed "Pig-Out Alley" because of its amazing…Learn More >
Goethehaus und Goethemuseum
The house where Germany's most famous poet was born is furnished with many original pieces that belonged to his family,…Learn More >
Museum für Moderne Kunst
Austrian architect Hans Hollein (born in 1934) designed this distinctive triangular building, shaped like a wedge of cake. The collection…Learn More >