It's in the perfect location—right across the street from the main bus and train terminal. Located in a huge apartment-style building with french doors, the Frankfurt Hostel is well-maintained and it's got all the amenities you need. Free wifi in the lounge, which is huge and gets...more
Museumsufer is Frankfurt's museum mile. It also happens to run along the Main river. It's a gorgeous area to take a walk, and get your art fix. My favorite is the Architecture Museum! (NB: Most museums are closed on Mondays).
I think this might be the only place in the city where you can get East African food. The food is delicious and well-priced, and the atmosphere is great. The floor is sand, and the walls are decorated with African art. The owners are incredibly friendly, too....more
A cozy, cavernous venue, the Jazzkeller has been around for a long time. In the 1950s and 1960s, it was a popular stop for America's jazz giants, including Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Getz. Today, the place continues to attract international musicians....more