Frankfurt, Germany Cruise Port

The economic capital of Germany, Frankfurt is a bustling city with skyscrapers, major companies and a stock exchange. Frankfurt is also home to the European Central Bank, which administers monetary policy for all the countries in the European Union. Located along the Main River, many people refer to this highly cosmopolitan city as “Mainhattan.” The city is also home to roughly 30 museums, many historical sites and several German food traditions, like the frankfurter. Featured below are a few of our favorite experiences for the cruise port of Frankfurt, Germany:
 
  • Break out from the big buildings in the city and stroll around the Palmengarten, Germany’s largest botanical garden which was opened in 1871. 
     
  • Enjoy an opera at the Oper Frankfurt, which has won regional acclaim for its productions. 
     
  • Marvel at the large collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and periodicals at the Stadel, an art museum with paintings that span seven centuries. 
     
  • Try a frankfurter or some apple wine, both Frankfurt specialties, at a restaurant on Berger Strate, the city’s longest shopping street. 
     
  • Visit the home of Goethe, a famed writer and politician from the city. Not only do you get a sense for his writing, but for family life in Frankfurt in the 18th century. 

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