During the Summer the average high temperature is Warm (70-90F)
For the most part, the cost of hotels, food, etc... here is average
Overall, the crime here is high
Germanyís (and Europeís) financial capital is a mix of modern skyscrapers on the river and large historic squares ringed by medieval buildings. The skyscrapers are filled with offices of wealthy bankers and financiers whose disposable income have allowed for fine dining, high-end shopping, and excellent theater venues to develop in the city. The airport is one of Europeís largest and brings many visitors to Europe every year with an incredible number of international flights. Outside of the airport and downtown, youíll find wide historic squares, tiny hidden beer gardens, and plenty of space to walk and take in medieval architecture. The city offers a little something for every taste, so itís a great vacation for a diverse group of friends to take together or for a couple looking for a compromise between shimmering parties and dusty museums.Nightlife
Frankfurt is a party town. The population includes many young professionals and students who enjoy a night out at the many bars and clubs in the city. The city center, Sachsenhausen, and Bockenheim are the main neighborhoods for clubs. Electronic music is extremely popular and most every club plays at least a little bit.
For something fun and unique to Frankfurt, stop in at an apple wine tavern. These warm pubs serve fresh apple wine and usually serve hearty German food. Have a glass with dinner as the start of your evening or avoid the club scene and chat with friends over glass after glass of abbelwoi instead. If you like theater, dinner and a drink at an apple wine tavern is an excellent precursor to taking in a performance at one of Frankfurtís many great theaters.Historical
If you like museums, churches, and historical sites Frankfurt can keep you and your travel companions busy for quite awhile. The Museumsufer district is home to the majority of the museums in Frankfurt, and a lovely place for a museum lover to spend the majority or their time. The Jewish Museum, German Film Museum, and Museum of Communication offer interesting exhibits on specialized topics. To get a sense of the Frankfurt region through art, check out the Museum of Regional Historic Art and Culture.
As you walk around Frankfurt, youíll easily stumble across many historic landmarks. St. Leonardís Church dates to 1219, but is a mix of Romanic and Gothic styles as it was later rebuilt (you can also see Catholic mass in English here). The old center, Romerberg, is the location of the town hall, an archeological garden, the main cathedral of Frankfurt, and quaint streets for strolling.Search for Deals