Five Best Things to See in Frankfurt CheapOair Staff August 29, 2011 Interests Rhino at The Frankfurt Zoo Is Frankfurt at the top of your bucket list? Odds are it probably isn’t. Can you even name what country it’s in? The fifth-largest city in Germany often gets overlooked by the likes of Munich and Berlin. However, don’t let this fool you. Frankfurt is one of the top destinations in Germany and worth a visit because of such features as its beautiful skyline and unique German architecture. Today, we highlight a few of the best things for you the next you’ve booked cheap flights to Frankfurt. Main Tower: Not every city has a tower like Frankfurt does, but the ones that do, are always worth a visit. The Main Tower is the only high rise in Frankfurt open to the public to go to the top to get a birds-eye view of the city. The 650-foot platform provides panoramic views of the city and is one of the most photographed areas of Frankfurt. Frankfurt Zoo: The Frankfurt Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in Europe, dating back to the mid-1800s. The zoo includes several thousand different animals. Enjoy browsing the zoo, which features animals in habitats that closely resemble their natural homes. Römerberg: You’ll find similar landmarks in many European cities. Römerberg is Frankfurt’s central public square, lined with half-timbered houses and other historic buildings that feature Germany’s unique architecture. The square dates back several hundred years, when it was first used for trade fairs. It’s also home to town hall. The Ebbelwei Express: This is one part of Frankfurt that you may be already familiar with. The Ebbelwei Express is similar to hop-on-and-hop-off trolleys that can be found in many cities around the world. The tram rides around Frankfurt to some of the city’s top attractions, allowing visits to hop on and off as they please. In-between stops, enjoy a drink of Frankfurt’s famous apple wine. Museumsufer: Museumsufer isn’t one museum, but actually a series of Frankfurt’s best museums. The name refers to the embankment along the Main River, which features a high concentration of museums. A few of the most notable ones include the German Architecture Museum, German Film Museum, and Städel, one of Germany’s most renowned fine arts museums.