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Schweizer Str. 67, 60594 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
You can find ebbelwoi (apple wine) taverns everywhere in Altsachsenhausen, Frankfurt’s oldest neighborhood. In the evening, Altsachsenhausen transforms into one of the major party and drinking areas in the city. But during the day, head to a beer...
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Wallstraße 5, 60594 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
In the Frankfurt region of Germany, the twisted branches of the spruce tree--in German, 'Fichte'--is the sign to a traveler that apple wine is on the menu. Fichtekränzi in Sachsenhausen, founded in 1849, is one of the oldest apple wine restaurants...
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Sachsenhausen, Frankfurt, Germany
Go south of the river to the historic neighborhood of Sachsenhausen, filled with quaint bars and local apple wine taverns that is a pleasant escape from the modern architecture and skyscrapers of downtown Frankfurt. This area is very social and...
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Römerberg 23, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
The three interconnected buildings with ridged roofs in Romerberg Plaza make up Frankfurt’s City Hall that truly embodies this city’s historic past. The inside of the building is exceptionally beautiful, with ornate paintings and seamlessly...
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Apfelwein or Äppelwoi/Ebbelwoi, how hessians call it, is an alcoholic drink made from sour apples (like apple cider). Pressed and fermented the produced wine has an alcohol concentration of 5-7%. It is only produced in the hessian region, in...
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Domplatz 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Cathedral of St. Bartholomew is a 14th century historic church that had over 300 years of service as the coronation site for holy Roman emperors. This fascinating—and free to visit—landmark is filled with rich history and breathtaking...
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Hasengasse 5-7, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Browse through aisles of local produce, raw and cured meats, fresh fish, cheese, wine, and more at this indoor market with over 60 vendor stalls. Kleinmarkthalle sells plenty of local German fare, including schnitzel and sausages of course, as...
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Große Friedberger Str. 8, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
After working up an appetite shopping the Zeil, stop into this small bistro—with big portions—for genuine German fare. This unpretentious restaurant serves everything from schnitzel to sauerbraten with a plethora of local Frankfurt beer to wash it...
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Walther-von-Cronberg-Platz 2-4, 60594 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Order a scoop of velvety organic ice cream or healthy frozen yogurt, add a handful of your favorite mix-in ingredients, and watch as the server blends and slides your dessert across the -15C slab of stone. The result? Dream Cream. The Cooking Ape,...
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Porta-Nigra-Platz, 54290 Trier, Germany
Considered the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps, the Porta Nigra has been designated a World Heritage Site.
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Kaiserstraße 29, 54290 Trier, Germany
The Romans, of course, lay claim to a lot of firsts, including the invention of the purely functional (aqueducts) to the therapeutic (baths). Unraveling the layers of Trier--Germany's oldest city--is like peeling an onion. The heart of it will...
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54290 Trier, Germany
The very idea of a spa getaway was born in Germany. Spa towns like Baden-Baden, Wiesbaden, and other 19th-century wellness retreats became the models for resorts across Europe and the United States. Some of those original grand old hotels are...