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At present, Frankfurt is the financial center of Germany, as it has the headquarters of the European Central Bank, the Federal Bank of Germany, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and a large number of banks, positioning itself as one of the most important cities in the economy and development of Germany. 

What to visit in Frankfurt? You can enjoy numerous museums, shopping galleries, operas, as well as enjoy its gastronomy in the wide variety of restaurants that this great city offers, as well as the many fashion shops and its exclusive boutiques.

One of the best things to do in Frankfurt, apart from visiting the Sachsenshausen neighborhood where you will get to know the famous Apfelwein taverns and their typical alcoholic drinks made with apple juice; is to visit the old Jewish cemetery, being the most moving place in the entire city, here you can find not only numerous tombstones that managed to resist the war in 1944, but a wall with the names of the thousands of Jews who died in the Nazi concentration camps during World War II.

You want to know more? Book your Free Walking Tour Frankfurt where you will know the most important places in the city such as the opera or the flea market, you will also walk along the Main river, you will visit the Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew and the famous Church of Saint Paul.

Are you looking for a free tour? Watch out! Free Tour Frankfurt ensures that the history and culture of this city will captivate you forever. Book your excursions and free tours in Yoorney and walk with the best local guide tour in Spanish through this exciting city.

If your stay in Germany allows you to visit other cities, we recommend Munich, another great city that will certainly not leave you indifferent. If you want to know more, you can access our blog for the best tips.

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