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Frankfurt for only $100 a Day

Spend an exciting day in Frankfurt for as low as $100 including accommodation!*

In the Morning...
Travel through the heart of Frankfurt on the Ebbelwei-Express tram. This 1-hour sightseeing tour aboard a romantic, old-fashioned tram will take you through history and legends, past monuments and notable attractions of Frankfurt. Get to know the sights of this vibrant town in a cheerful and vibrant atmosphere while snacking on some free pretzels - and sample a genuine Frankfurt cider or apple juice on board.
Costs: $8 for the tour including snack and drink

Afterwards, stroll through the pedestrian zone of the Old Town on your own and explore sights such as the Römerberg, Goethe's House, and St. Paul's Church, which in the past served as the meeting place for the first all-German Parliament. Take a lunch break in one of the cafes and snack bars along the Zeil, one of Germany's busiest shopping streets. Try the famous Frankfurter Sausages in a roll or a freshly prepared Sandwich.
Costs: $5 for a lunch snack

In the Afternoon and Evening...
Head towards the Alte Oper, Frankfurt's Opera House, and you will get to the Fressgass. This stretch of the street between Opernplatz and Börsenstraße is actually called 'Große Bockenheimer Straße', but for the locals is always the 'Fressgass' due to the high density of restaurants. Both, the annual Fressgass' Festival in June and the annual Rheingau Wine Market in August, are among the most popular wine and street festivals in Frankfurt.
Right around the corner, the Maintower awaits you with a fascinating view over the city of Frankfurt from the viewing platform at 656 feet above ground.
Cost: $6.50 admission to the viewing platform

Keep walking towards the Main River promenade where the Frankfurt Museum Riverbank is one of the most important locations for museums in Germany and EuropeThe annual Museumsufer Festival takes place here in August and is one of the most important and biggest cultural festivals in Europe.

For Dinner...
Take any bridge crossing the river Main, direction "Alt-Sachsenhausen", and you will find the restaurant Klaane Sachsenhäuser which has served homemade apple wine (cider) and typical Frankfurt cuisine since 1886. Try the Pork Schnitzel "Hessen Style" that is filled with Handkäse (soft cheese) and tomatoes and comes with pan fried potatoes and mixed salad. 
Costs: $17.50 for dinner

At Night...
Feel like home in your modern, spacious and comfortable room at Hotel Ibis Frankfurt Offenbach. This hotel has 131 rooms with WiFi Internet access and is only minutes away from the city center by public transportation.
Costs: $63 per person/night

*Hotels and attractions are randomly picked and represent only a small selection of affordable ways to explore the city of Frankfurt. More valuable hotels can be found at For more attractions and activities, please click the link below.

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