Westend Hotel Frankfurt

Westendstrasse 15, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60325, Germany
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Forum Posts

How to get to Nordwest Centrum from Frankfurt Airport?

by Wandawits

Can anyone teach me how to get to Nordwest Centrum by train from Frankfurt Airport? Thanks in advance.

Re: How to get to Nordwest Centrum from Frankfurt Airport?

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/e
From: FRA
To: Nordwestzentrum

Single ticket is EUR 3,60.

Re: How to get to Nordwest Centrum from Frankfurt Airport?

by jazon123

Hi,

sure no Problem.

You have to catch a Train or a Metro (called U-Bahn) from the airport to the train station "Frankfurt Südbahnhof"

From there you can take the Sub "U1" with the direction "Ginnheim", this one stops at the Nordwestzentrum.

From the Airport to Frankfurt Süd (south) its about 10 or 15 minutes, then its 20 more minutes to the nwz.

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chris

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Hundertwasser-House

by chicabonita

Not one of the very touristic spots but for those who love Hunderwasser I guess it is a must see activity. The house is the home of a kindergarten. It is located in Frankfurt-Heddernheim. At the street "Kupferhammer" crossing "An den Mühlwegen". With the U1, U2, U3 direction north/Bad Homburg get of at the station "Sandelmühle" What a great place for a kindergarten.

Drink a "aeppler"

by chicabonita

Aeppler is a very popluar drink. It is wine made from apples. Like the English cider or the French cidre.

You can drink it pure or you can mix it with mineral water, tastes sour (sauer gespritzter - is my favourite) or lemonade tastes sweet (suess gespritzter). It is very good not only on hot summer afternoons.

As it is a local custom in Frankfurt tax on Aeppler is lower than for other drinks thats why in pubs, bars and restuarants Aeppler is cheaper than beer. Good for me because I don't like beer very much.

Weedend market (flea market)

by Bob_Shan

Every Sat. morning from 9am to 2pm, at the south bank of Main river - the Sachsenhause area, there is a flea market where people exchange unused house holding stuffs (from table cloth to furniture).

There are a lot of people selling second hand bicyles. With only 30 Euro you can get a 12-speed montain bike, which is still in good conditions.

Concerts at Nebbien's Garden House

by Nemorino

This little house is in a strip of park called the Anlagenring, which was created when the old city wall was torn down at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

The house was built in 1810 as a garden house for a wealthy publisher named Marcus Johannes Nebbien, who lived nearby in the Hochstraße. It is one of the few buildings in the center of Frankfurt that was not destroyed during the Second World War.

Since the 1950s Mr. Nebbien's Garden House has been used as a venue for art exhibits and small concerts by an organization (of which I am a member) called the Frankfurter Künstlerclub e.V.

This organization often has chamber music concerts on Sunday mornings, featuring local musicians who sometimes are members of the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra (Museumsorchester).

The art exhibits are open from 11 to 17 o'clock from November to February, and from 12 to 18 o'clock from March to October. Closed Mondays.

The Garden House is located in the Bockenheimer Anlage, behind the Hilton Hotel, between the Old Opera House and the Eschenheimer Tower.

Second photo: Baritone Holger Falk and pianist Stefan Geier taking their bows after a recent recital of the song cycle Schwanengesang by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) in the Garden House.

Third photo: The Leonardo Quartet at a recent chamber music concert in the Garden House. From left to right: Andreas Wilken, cello; Mathias Bild, viola; Donata Wilken, violin; Cornelia Ilg, violin. They played string quartets by Engelbert Humperdinck (1854-1921) and Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901), as well as the world premiere of an original composition by Mathias Bild.

Fourth photo: Cellist Sabine Krams playing Bach's suites for solo cello at a Sunday morning recital.

Fifth photo: Classical guitarist Heike Matthiesen and violinist Uschi Mehling after their concert at Nebbien's Garden House.

Market in the main Sq

by shiran_d about X Mas market during December

Frankfurt's Christmas market is one of the really big and really old Christmas markets in Germany. Every year it attracts about 3 million visitors and it can look back on a centuries-old history. The origins of Frankfurt's Christmas market are likely to go back to the 14th century. The market on the Römerberg is beautiful and impressive. It is one of Germany's most important Christmas markets as well as one of the most lavishly decorated markets. In the past Frankfurt's Christmas market was called "Christkindchesmarkt" (meaning "Christ Child Market" but pronounced with the local accent). Up to the end of the 19th century the parents of Frankfurt would buy the toys for their children exclusively at the Christmas market. Food & Drinks
All you Gadgets and toys. What ever you want to pay

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