1- Römerberg Square
The heart of the once thought city and today’s historic atmosphere fascinates travelers.
2- Frankfurt Cathedral
The official name is St. Bartholomew in the Imperial Cathedral.
This is a botanical garden adjacent to Gruneburgpark, one of the city’s largest green spaces.
4- Goethe’s House
Outside of Bodrum, it was completely destroyed by the Allied bombing and restored after the war according to the original.
5- Old Opera
The Old Opera House is another cultural area that I would recommend adding to the list of places of interest in Frankfurt.
6- Senkenberg Museum
The Senckenberg Museum is considered Frankfurt’s largest cultural center specializing in natural sciences.
7- Church of Saint Paul
You may have the privilege of visiting the Holy Church of St. Paul.
8- Stadel Museum
Works signed by artists such as Picasso are presented to art lovers.
9- Main Tower
The main tower was built in 1996-1999.
10- Zeil Street
From a high point at night, it immediately attracts attention with its eye-catching appearance.
11- Eiserner Steg
It connects Sachsenhausen with the Old Town.
12- Eschenheimer Turm
Eschenheimer Turm was first built in 1349 after the second expansion of the city.
13- Museum of the Museum
The history of creation dates back to 1977.
14- Frankfurt Zoo
The Frankfurt Zoo was founded in 1858.
15- MMK Museum. Art Nouveau Kunst
In 1991 the MMK für Moderne Kunst Museum was opened.
If Eiserner Steg did not meet your shopping expectations, you can try your luck at Goethestrasse.
The building, which is said to be one of Goethe’s favorites, makes it one of the most visited places in the city.
18- German Film Museum
The Deutsches Filmmuseum focuses on explaining the historical development of cinema and its impact on society in various exhibitions.
19- Church of St. Nicholas in Sachsenhausen
Saxenhausen The old church of St. Nicholas dates back to the mid-12th century.
20- German Museum of Architecture
The permanent collection of the German Museum of Architecture consists of 200,000 architectural plans and drawings.
21- Cologne House
Since its completion in 1880, the cathedral has enriched the city skyline thanks to its two magnificent towers.
The Altstadt region fascinates its visitors with its unique historical charm.
23- Remisch Germanisches Museum
The Remisch-Germanisch Museum was opened to visitors in 1974.
It was built between 1907-1911. Instead of the cathedral bridge.
25- Cologne Zoo
Thanks to its fun atmosphere, Cologne is an indispensable place for families with children.
26- Ludwig Museum
This is the first facility in Cologne to exhibit contemporary art.
27- İmhoff-Chocolate Museum
The Imhoff-Schokoladen Museum welcomes you in its modern building on the Rhine.
28- Hohe Straße
You can also find cheap souvenir shops on Hohe Street.
29- Flora and Botanist
Flora und Botanischer Garten was founded in 1920 under the leadership of Peter-Joseph Lenne in Cologne.
30- Cologne Cable Car
Transportation to the Cologne Zoo turns into a very pleasant experience.