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A bustling metropolis that is also the financial capital of Germany, it's easy to forget that Frankfurt has a rich history that goes back over 2,000 years. Throughout its long and colorful history, it played an important role as the center of trade and commerce in the region due to its strategic location. Today, Frankfurt is a thriving, world-class city where modern skyscrapers are found alongside centuries-old buildings that are still in full use. There's plenty to see and do in Frankfurt, and it's not uncommon for first-time visitors to feel overwhelmed by the choices they face in terms of finding a place to stay, transportation, which attractions to see, etc. Venere can help. With an extensive selection of Frankfurt hotels on its website, you will surely find the ideal accommodation for your visit. Additionally, the site has interactive maps that make locating landmarks and popular destinations quick and easy.

What is Frankfurt Like?

Along Frankfurt's museum embankment ("Museumsufer"), you will find several museums that house a wide variety of galleries, modern and classic art work, ancient artifacts and archaeological exhibits. A stroll down this famed street, the Schaumainkai, brings you to the German Film Museum, The Stadel Gallery, Liebighouse, The German Architecture Museum and many others. You can easily spend an entire day (or several days) up and down this street taking in the culture and the art scene of Frankfurt. The birthplace of one of Germany's most well-known writers, Frankfurt is home to the Goethe Museum. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born in Frankfurt in 1749, and in the museum you will see the writing desk on which he composed some of his most famous works. If you're visiting during mild weather, the Botanical Garden is an excellent destination to explore. It has quite an impressive selection of plant life from all over the world housed in several greenhouses on over 50 acres. Frankfurt is a "green city" with 52 percent of its total city area set aside for parks and open green spaces. The Frankfurt hotels on Venere's website can put you in the center of all the attractions and activities in this exciting city. Don't head for the airport until you've had a chance to see which hotel is right for you for your Frankfurt visit.

Hints and Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Frankfurt

Zeil is Frankfurt's premium shopping street where small boutiques offering local wares stand alongside exclusive international brands. A 10-story shopping center (the Zeil Galerie) dominates the area. Aside from hundreds of stores to choose from, it also boasts of a viewing platform where you can take in breathtaking views of the city. Meander along the stores and stalls of Zeil and you will begin to feel like one of the locals, especially when you ask "Wie viel kostet das?" or "How much is this?" After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, raise a pint (of German beer, of course) in one of the many lively bars in Frankfurt. Whether you choose to follow a strict itinerary during your visit, or simply explore the streets as the whim takes you, it is important to find the most convenient accommodation for your visit. Venere has several Frankfurt hotels from which you can choose, depending on your budget and what you most want to see and do. Start your Frankfurt holiday with a visit to