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Five Elements Hostel Frankfurt
Welcome to the FIVE ELEMENTS HOSTEL in Frankfurt / Main. No matter if you come to explore the City + beautiful area around Frankfurt, or just stop over flying in or out via Germany biggest Airport, we are happy to be your ...https://5elementshostel.de/frankfurt
Explore one of the 25 best cities for young people to live in…Explore one of the 25 best cities for young people to live in…
Right, no joke, Frankfurt is number 14 of the best cities for young people to lice in (check http://list25.com)…
Yes, we do have the one and only skyline in Germany. And yes, one of the biggest airports of Europe and yeeeees, the book fair, the music fair and so on….
But that's not all!! To be honest, it is the mix which makes Frankfurt worth a visit - a mix of modern architecture, traditional locations and parties, the best clubs of Germany and the student life.
So how would the perfect day look like?
For those who love architecture:
Start with the financial district, one skyscraper next to the other. Then go to the Zeil and have a qick glimpse at the funky buildings (especially MyZeil), but then follow up the road and go to Römer to see, next to the cathedral and the townhall, how there is a typical old town quarter rising up. You shouldn't miss Alt Sachsenhausen with its old little houses and yes, the red light district at the main station (and the main station itself), you'll see why.
For those who love to shop:
You'll get everything what you need in Frankfurt and all the shops are really close by. In Goethestraße you'll find the fancy shops like Prada and Gucci. Even if you won't shop there, it is window shopping worth. On Zeil (THE shopping street) you'll find everything starting with H&M ending with Primark. For those who like it a bit more exclusive and individual, you should go to Alt-Sachsenhausen or to Berger Straße. There you find plenty small stores of youg designers.
For those, who experience a city by food:
The typical Frankfurt kitchen is full of hearty dishes ("Haxen", "Rippchen", "Schäufelchen"…) and the best ones you'll find in Alt-Sachsenhausen (Adolf Wagner, Atschel,…). And no typical Frankfurt dinner without an apple wine ("Ebbelwoi", served in a "Bembel").
Nevertheless, you also find plenty of international cuisines: just head towards the red light district.
If you fancy fresh food, you shouldn't miss the Kleinmarkthalle (open monday till saturdays) in the city center: an indoor foodmarket with food from all over the world. The best thing to do is to get some tapas from the italian stand and enjoy them with a nice german wine on the roof top terrace.
For those, who love to party:
The nightlife of Frankfurt is multifaceted and arduous. There are a lot of cool small clubs (linke Clubkeller, Ponyhof, Orange Peel and Pik Dame) and also a lot of large clubs with real good parties (Tanzhaus West&Dora Brillant, Robert Johnson in Offenbach and Gibson). You better check which party in going n where ahead.
For the people who prefer bars, they should head towards Alt-Sachsenhausen. In Rittergasse you find one bar next to the other, starting with the typical german "Eckkneipen" where you can smoke and get cheap shots, then Irish Bars, Shisha Bars and so on.
In summer you shouldn't miss the open air parties and should visit one of the beach clubs along the Main or on top of the skyscrapers.
For those, who are into arts:
Super convenient located, you'll find most of the museums on the Museums River Bank and in the city center close to the Römer. Starting with the Städel going further to the Liebighaus and the film and the architecture museum on the river bank heading over to the Römer to see the Schirn and the Museum of Modern Art.
If you really like to visit as much musuems as possible, you should get a "Museumsuferticket".
Any questions? Then get in touch with us in Five Elements Hostel (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
Have fun in Frankfurt!!