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24 hours in Frankfurt

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My husband & I have a 24 hour layover in Frankfurt and are looking for advice on where to go, stay and eat. Any advice will be very helpful. Thank you!
36 months ago, April 27th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #134750  
My husband & I have a 24 hour layover in Frankfurt and are looking for advice on where to go, stay and eat.
This will be in late May.
Any advice will be very helpful.
Thank you! Reply to this

36 months ago, April 28th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #134782  
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Walk to the other side of the river (from the railway station) and stroll along the river. There are also some good museums in that area. The Botanical Garden is nicely laid out, it is on the same side of the river from the railway station, rather far to walk to (about 30 minutes) - should be nice at the end of May with lots of flower displays. Reply to this

35 months ago, May 8th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #135756  
Thank you - that sounds perfect. Any suggestions on where to stay? Reply to this

20 months ago, August 4th 2012 No: 4 Msg: #159525  

In response to: Msg #134750

try to google, you ma find some stuff for your stay. Reply to this

20 months ago, August 14th 2012 No: 5 Msg: #159912  
I have never been to Frankfurt, I don't know about it. I hope that everybody will share further information. Reply to this

12 months ago, April 4th 2013 No: 6 Msg: #168545  
I really don't know about frankfut please help net found some information where you stay. Reply to this

11 weeks ago, January 29th 2014 No: 7 Msg: #178982  
The Paulskirche is where Germany's first parlament convened in the 19th century and worth a visit. The Roemer is the old historic area, with the cathedral (was bombed during WW II, now rebuilt) and the Staedl, which is one of Europe's best art museums. For a bit of rustic flair, go to Saschenhausen with a lot of little bars and restaurants. You have to drink Abblewoi (cidre), that is the local speciality. Reply to this

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