The British, as everybody knows, apart from their interest in football have a thing for gardening, therefore the famous Palmengarten should be mentioned. Even if you´re not a hobby gardener it is a nice place to take a walk and relax.
Take trains U6, U7 or buses 32, 33 or 50 to Station Bockheimer Warte.
Fressgass is actually called "Große Bockenheimer Straße", but because it's a street with many restaurants, people like to affectionately call it "Fressgass", which could roughly be translated as "munch-street". Most restaurants are a little bit more expensive here.
Künstlerhaus Mousonturm is the place to check out for all kinds of cultural activities, such as concerts, exhibitons, readings, dance and theatre performances, etc.
A new club created by international Mega-DJ Sven Väth. Its design is pretty spectacular. It features, I'm quoting from the website "a 100m long white membrane wall that completely wraps around the main Floor. Its sponge-like structure gives you the impression of a living organism. Computer animated projections bring the textual surface to life, causing it to move in sychrony with the music".
A must for all Frankfurt visitors is to have a glass of the traditional 'Äppelwoi' (apple wine). The best place to go is Fichtekränzi in the posh neighbourhood Sachsenhausen.
Tel: +49 696 127 78
Orfeos Erben is not only an art house cinema, but also features a nice restaurant...ironically at the moment they are showing the shocking food documentary "We feed the world", a film about the immoral practises of big food companies, which did rather spoil my appetite when I saw it....
Hamburger Allee 45
Tel: +49 697 691 00
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