Frankfurt am Main has become one of the focal points in the financial world and has thus become one of the central hubs in Europe. Frankfurt has thus become an attractive place to work and live. In continental Europe, Frankfurt is the largest financial center with institutions such as European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt Stock Exchange and several large commercial banks calling it home. In fact, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange transacts 90 % of the whole German turnover. Thus said, the city attracts a lot of business tourists who want to mix leisure with business.
The city's nightlife is fascinating and wide-ranging. Its traditional live jazz scene is still kicking and a slew of trendy new bars offer visitors the chance to indulge on a night around town. On top of that, Frankfurt is rammed with amazing clubs for those who can happily dance into the small hours.
With nearby vineyards and spa towns in easy reach, such as the beautiful Wiesbaden, Frankfurt is a destination that has everything.
Frankfurt is flat and dense and the best way to get a feel for the city is to explore it by foot. You can see the varying facets of this city of contrasts by joining one of the free walking tours. Explore the Medieval Old Town, the Römer, the cathedral, and numerous hidden gems and local secrets from the friendly, authentic local guides.