European Central Bank
The European Central Bank is the main tenant of the building, and has separate entrances and security gates. Eurotower lies nearby the recently constructed Gallileo tower of Dresdner Bank.
There are several shops in the base at street level. European Central Bank
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Phone +49 (0) 69 / 13 44 0
Fax +49 (0) 69 / 13 44 60 00
Stop U 1 - 5 Willy-Brandt-Platz
The suit city
During the week you may see a lot of people in the pedestrian zone wearing suits. No matter what time of day or night. You will always see nicely dressed people.
On the weekends you won't see any. They are all gone.
Most of the people working in Frankfurt leave Frankfurt in Friday night and return on Sunday night. You will realise it at the main station on those times...
On the weekend many people from the suburbs come to Frankfurt to shop and party. The flair is totally different to during the week.
Königstein & Taunus area
Königstein / Taunus has a very scenic castle ruin with - fine weather provided - an excellent view on Frankfurt. In summer it is a place of festivals (medieval markets, concerts etc.). There are lots of hiking possibilities in the Taunus area, especially near the "Feldberg".
The Saalburg is a reconstructed Roman fortress with a good exhibition of Roman life at the "Limes", the border wall between the civilized Roman world and the German barbarians. Impressive! The buildings on the castle grounds contain good exhibitions on Roman daily life in the border region.
Located in the Taunus area, near Frankfurt (Neu-Anspach).
This is "the" place for shopping in Frankfurt. We can find almost everything around this walking street. clothes, shoes, cellular phones, food (supermarket under Galleria Kaufhof seems to be the best one) up to you