No-Nonsense Frankfurt Souvenirs April 2017

Gift shop in the foyer of the Goethe-Haus   If it is a Sunday or any other weekday – the  Goethe-Haus is open seven days a week – and you intend to buy a Frankfurt am Main souvenir or a present give the Goethe-Haus gift shop a try. Items here are carefully chosen and make…

Frankfurt Indoor Activities March 2017

René Francois Magritte, art gallery SCHIRN Allow the Belgian surrealist René Francois Magritte to take you by the hand and let him inspire you with his works to „Think Outside The Box“ and to interpret your surroundings differently …                 “U-Bahn” entrance at “Römer” Take underground line U4 to the stop “Römer” or any…

No-Nonsense Frankfurt Souvenirs March 2017

Kulturothek  –  Frankfurtladen   At Sabine Mannel’s „Kulturothek Frankfurt-Laden“ you find both guided tours and beautifully designed Frankfurt am Main souvenirs which are either witty, instructive, a Frankfurt culinary delight/ or a  goodie, just fun – or a combination of all of them and often so much more …   Frankfurt “slippers” PLEASE NOTE: The…

Finding Your Way Around in Frankfurt March 2017

“Ebbelwei Express” Frankfurt’s afternoon sightseeing tram for weekends and public holidays Why not hopping on an old tram “Ebbelwei Express” and doing some Frankfurt sightseeing? “Ebbelwei” means cidre (with alcohol) and is quite special (sour) in taste. The taste is very different from the cidre you get in France. When you buy your ticket –…

Letter to the Reader March 2017

Dear Reader, Due to all sorts of major technical glitches this March issue is delayed … my apologies …  Thank you so much for your great feedback from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, England, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Poland, Scotland, Switzerland, South Korea, Spain, The European Union, The United States, Venezuela,…

Frankfurt For Kids March 2017

MINI SCHIRN for children from 3-8 years While you are visiting the exhibition in the art gallery SCHIRN your little ones can visit the “MINI SCHIRN” Parents with valid entrance tickets for the exhibition do not have to pay for their children to play in the “MINI SCHIRN” The “MINI SCHIRN” was designed as a…