Many tourists come to Frankfurt, Germany, for a layover at its massive international airport, while businessmen from all over the world flock to the financial capital of Germany to conduct their operations. Meanwhile, Frankfurt am Main bears its own cultural and historical significance, offering an array of unforgettable experiences.
There are city breaks, and then there are micro city breaks. My first visit to Frankfurt, one of the largest cities in Germany, fell into the latter category, with just 48 hours between my arrival and departure back to London. Could I take on Frankfurt in just one weekend? I saddled up, ready to brace […]
The land of dense forests and flowering meadows, rolling hills and blue lakes formerly known as East Germany was part of Prussia, then part of the Communist Bloc, and is now waiting to be re-discovered by the traveling masses.