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All reviews police station shopping street central point catherine's church guard house pedestrian zone kaufhof department store large square great shopping u bahn and s bahn nice place to walk the heart of the city nice street starting point street performers eating places nice area
Had an 8 hours connection in Frankfurt, took a direct S-BAN from the airport (~15 min). Visited during Christmas time, endless line of small shops with good drinks, food and gifts. Many people, good atmosphere!
The Hauptwache is a very big square located in the center of Frankfurt, a big city in Germany. It is a shopping zone, where you can walk and buy a lot of things. In fact, the name of the square is due to a building,...More
Our travel arrangements were screwed at the last second, so I had to travel day earlier than my wife, that gave me freedom to travel as I wished. I took the train and gay off at The Hauptwache around early afternoon, and walked around and...More
Spent a weekend in Frankfurt and somehow every day we ended up back at the Hauptwache.... there are street performers, restaurants, cafes, shops, and a little bit of everything here. Great for families and couples.
Very busy shopping district in central Frankfurt just a short walk from the river, Romerplatz and the Dom.
If shopping is your thing then this is the place for you with high street brands, big malls and lots of smaller, more local stores.
On that quiet Sunday morning the air was filled with beautiful strains on the saxophone, being played by a homeless guy in a wheelchair. Of course you have all the shopping and the eating places, but those street performances in Hauptwache were really something special....More
The old guard station is not so spectacular in itself but the square is the center of Frankfurt and start for a big shopping spree on Goethestrasse (high end) Fressgasse (food) and Zeil (popular brands).