City Center

Frankfurt was rebuilt after World War II with little attention paid to the past. Nevertheless, important historical monuments can still be found among the modern architecture. The city is very walkable; its growth hasn't encroached on its parks, gardens, pedestrian arcades, or outdoor cafés. The riverbank paths make for great strolls or bike rides.

POINTS OF INTEREST

Börse

This is the center of Germany's stock and money market. The Börse was founded in 1585, but the present domed…

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Museum Judengasse

This branch of the Jewish Museum (the main museum is closed for renovation through early 2018) is built on the…

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Alter Jüdischer Friedhof

Containing hundreds of moss-covered gravestones, this cemetery was in use between the 13th and mid-19th centuries, and is one of…

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