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I generally walk to search and see places (or inspect for some sense :-)) for my wife while my wife in a meeting or busy lecturing. Then, I plan sightseeing program for her, so I was there several times. I love European cities, because of...More
Didn’t know it had a name.
To me just was ( and always will be) a pleasant walk under the trees along Schaumainkaj and or a stroll in the riverbank by the Main.
By the Stäedel Museum there is a guide post sign with pictures...More
We were in Frankfurt mid-April, and it was a beautiful and relaxing stretch along the river. The trees hadn't started to bud yet, so the trees looked a little like the whomping willow from HP. Apparently they don't have leaves for long, so definitely recommend...More
I love the Museumsufer in Frankfurt. Literally it is a pathway along the meadows of the River Main. You have the best view on Frankfurt and its Skyscrapers. On the other side of the street are many of Frankfurts fantastic Museums. My favorite Is the...More
The area between the central Main bridges are inviting for a walk, you can take it south from Römer and north toward main station, e.g. Maintenance of the waterside walk used to be better after they renovated the housing area.
Part of the historic Sachenhausen district, the embankment of the river Main is home to many important museums including the famous Stadel museum. It also makes for a relaxing walk and hosts a flea market on weekends.
but even better with all the musuems right next to you..
Museumsufer is on the bank of the Mein river.. and pretty much in the CBD of Frankfurt.. an easy walk from HBF.. or you can take a trolley from HBF to get here too.....More
The Frankfurt Museumsufer is one of the most important locations for museums in Germany and Europe.
From the west to the east you can find the following museums: Museum Giersch, Liebieghaus sculpture collection, Städel Art Museum, Museum of Communication, German Architecture Museum, German Film Museum,...More
The path along the Frankfurt museums is free of charge. There are plenty of meseums agong the river. Each has its own price there. A spescial occasion to get into several for little costs is during the muuseum summer... More
The path along the Frankfurt museums is free of charge. There are plenty of meseums agong the river. Each has its own price there. A spescial occasion to get into several for little costs is during the muuseum summer festival. There you get one general ticket and can enter any museum along the river for free. Outside there is party atmosphere and you can party.