Frankfurt


Germany

Frankfurt
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  • 1 Hour Shoot
  • 1 Location
  • 20 Edited Photos
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  • 2 Hour Shoot
  • 3 Locations
  • 50 Edited Photos
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  • 4 Hour Shoot
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  • 70 Edited Photos
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Option 1

Romer Area

Approximate walking distance: 1km

Transport: No transport required

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Romer Area + Old Opera + Iron Footbridge

Approximate walking distance: 1.5km

Transport: No transport required

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Option 1

Old Opera + Romer Area + Paul’s Church + Iron Footbridge

Approximate walking distance: 2km 

Transport: No transport required  

Frankfurt

Fast Travel Facts About Frankfurt

Currency: Euro (approx. $1AD to €0.65 / €1 to $1.55AD)

Approximate Distance from airport city centre: 12km

Local cuisine: The local cuisine of Frankfurt revolves around a few popular dishes. Such as: Gruene Sosse (green sauce) - a mixture of herbs, eggs, oil and vinegar which can be served with boiled eggs, potatoes or meat. Frankfurter Wuerstchen – a tastey sausage with an audible snap served with mustard and a Broetchen (roll) or with SauerKraut. Handkase mit Musik – curdled quark cheese in a cylindrical shape and rolled by hand. It is usually eaten with only a knife and takes careful preparation. Applewine - Frankfurt’s local alcohol. Made from fermented apples and contains about 5 percent alcohol, it’s drunk all seasons and has an acquired taste.

Known for: Frankfurt is one of Germany's oldest cities. The history of Frankfurt dates back to the first century. From 1562 to 1792, German kings and emperors were crowned in Frankfurt because the city was so important to the Holy Roman Empire. Frankfurt may be best known as the business and finance capital of Germany, with a rich collection of museums, historic buildings and a lively art and culture scene.

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