What to do Near Frankfurt Airport
|Activity||Location and accessibility|
|Explore Hauptwache sights, museum, outdoors, historical sites, plaza.||It is located in the western end of Frankfurt main shopping street, the Zeil. It can be freely accessed.|
|Get the sights of the Main Tower and Landmark.||It is located in the Innerstadt district of Frankfurt, Germany and can be freely accessed.|
|Do some shopping and taste local foods of Frankfurt Christmas market||It is located in central Frankfurt, Hessen Germany and is accessed freely.|
|Explore palmengarten botanical garden||It is located in westend-Sud district and can be accessed during the day freely.|
|Explore Frankfurt cathedral, historical sites and church||It is located in the centre of Frankfurt am main, Germany and being a holy place it can be freely accessed.|
|Explore Museumsufer and get the art||It is located along the Schaumainkai at the south riverbank and can be accessed from the main city centre|
|Explore the Eurotower and get sights and museum and landmark views.||It is located in Innenstadt District in Frankfurt and is accessible by anyone willing to visit.|
|Go shop fresh meat, fish, fruits and vegetables from local farmers in Kleinmarkthalle||It can be accessed freely during the day and is located in Hansengasse Frankfurt am main|
|Visit Geothehaus the home to the greatest German writer Johann Wolfgang||It is located in Grosser Hirschgraben 23 subway and can be accessed freely during the day.|
|Explore the Eiserner Steg historical bridge in the heart of Frankfurt.||It is a footbridge that connects the centre of Frankfurt with the district of Sachsenhausen.|
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