A lot can be said of Frankfurt -- but not that it is typically German. European cities like London, Paris, or Madrid are good comparisons, some even mention New York -- this city is not necessarily typical of its country. In fact, the main metropolis has a lot in common with its bigger sister on the Hudson, from the unique skyline and the rich cultural offerings to the vast green swaths and the ethnic diversity of the population. 180 nationalities are registered, nearly one-third of the citizens of Frankfurt have a foreign passport, and their share in the total population is the highest of all major German cities. The spectrum ranges from the Turkish greengrocer to the Asian banker, the Egyptian programmer to the Italian conductor. Frankfurt -- a city of contrasts and "curiosities," as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe called it. Every visitor will find in Frankfurt something different. Discover your Frankfurt!
Frankfurt am Main travel guide by Marco Polo city guide
He escuchado muchas criticas de Frankfurt, que es una solo una gran ciudad, que no tiene mucho chiste. Cuando la visite me di cuenta que es una ciudad con mucha vida y mas nocturna, es encantador su lado antiguo perfectamente restaurado donde siempre hay buenos eventos culturales, de noche no te puedes perder el UB, un antro subterraneo underground de lo mejor que he visto en Alemania, disfrutalo junto a unas buenas salchichas locales y una visita breve a Mainz, no te dejes llevar por los comentarios.
one of the most underestimated places in Germany - it brims with ambience and flair and has some spectacular places for every taste... if you know where to look! so meet up with a friendly local, have some Frankfurt cuisine and then head off to Kingkamehameha or one of the other nightlife options you have!