Ideally you will find inspiration on what to do in Frankfurt am Main and to go ahead and explore Frankfurt on your own … while you are here with your family, or partner, or as a single, during a limited period of time such as two to five years Or you become interested in brushing up on your knowledge of the German language in order to communicate with the people you get in touch with while you are staying in Frankfurt.
When browsing through “FrankfurtForFun” on a monthly basis you will find some hints and tips on what to do and how to become more familiar with Frankfurt. Discover your surroundings and have some fun while spending time outdoors.
Take a walk from “Hauptwache” U- and S-Bahn-stop through “Neue Kräme” to the “Altstadt” Römerberg, get yourself a Frankfurt map for one Euro at the tourist information “Römerberg”, and have a look at the street art. Afterwards you can go to one of the cafés near Römerberg which I have listed for you in the section “Finding your way around”.
Frankfurt is quite “handy” for strolling and full of art and curiosities …
„street art“ in Braubachstraße (near the cathedral)
„street art“ in Eschersheimer Landstraße (near the department store „Galeria Kaufhof“)
„locks“ on Eiserner Steg (foot bridge connecting “Altstadt” and