Visit the capital of Germany by highspeed rail.
Frankfurt is the nation’s fifth largest city and also known for being the financial hub of Europe. The city skyline has often been referred to as Manhattan in Europe and is located just south-east of the Tanus hills for those who are more into the natural, hiking vacations.
Also nearby is the;
- Rhine and just south of the city itself is Germany’s largest urban forest, the Frankfurt City Forest or Frankfurter Stadwald. Frankfurt combines a touch of high-end living, much like Manhattan and New York City, with a hint of the outdoorsy lifestyle to entice those who enjoy a good hiking vacation. Some of the more historical side of Frankfurt includes;
- St. Bartholomeus’ Cathedral, The Eiserner Steg or “Iron Bridge”,
- The Old Opera House (Alte Oper) and Romerberg, the central old town square. Known for providing plenty of trade fairs Frankfurt is an exciting place to visit most any time of the year.