Frankfurt, Germany travel tips

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Experience the Dialog Museum, which gives an idea of what it's like to be blind. There is even a restaurant where you can dine in the dark.

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Take an hour-long tram tour of Frankfurt via the Ebbelwol Express.

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For a trip into the past, head to Hessen Park, which is a living museum of Frankfurt's history.

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If you're traveling with kids, be sure to see the Senckenburg Museum, a great natural history museum. It has a wonderful collection of dinosaur bones.

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If you want unbeatable views of the city, have dinner on the top floor of the Main Tower.

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Catch a play at the English Theatre, where the performances are--you guessed it---in English.

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Be careful if you wander into the Kaiserstrasse, or red light district. It can be a bit dodgy, especially after dark.

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For a relaxing day, be sure to got Taunus Therme, where you can enjoy the sauna, the pools and many other quiet areas.

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For a delicious and affordable meal, head to Gaststatte Schrieber-Heyne.

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Check out the Bockenheim neighborhood--it mostly caters to college students, so it's cool and affordable.

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If you have an interest in architecture, check out the banking district, where you'll find some of the city's most interesting buildings.

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One of the city's best restaurants is Fichtekranzi. Be sure to make reservations ahead of time, as it's very popular.

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If you want to explore outside of Frankfurt, head to Offenbach. It's only a short distance away and has an old baroque castle.

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Check online and see what events are being held in the Messe Frankfurt. It's an exhibition center that regularly hosts a variety of events.

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Take a tour through the Frankfurt zoo at night, when you can see various nocturnal animals.

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If you're seeing Frankfurt with children, head to the EXPLORA Science Center, which has lots of interactive activities. It's located in a World War II bunker.

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A great way to spend the day is by wandering through the Romerberg, a central historic area in Frankfurt. There are many cool cafes and shops in the area.

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For some of the best cider bars and pubs in Frankfurt, head to Sachsenhausen, south of the river.

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Art lovers have to visit the Stadel-Museum, with over ten thousand pieces of art.

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Be sure and visit the Dom, Frankfurt's main cathedral, which is also the city's biggest tourist attraction. Admission is free.

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