1. In the evenings, admire the lights of the city’s modern tower buildings from the banks of the Main
2. Fantastic selection of museums (especially on the south coast of the Main)
3. Markedly many green areas, parks, squares with likable activity
4. Remarkable modern architectural masterpieces, especially skyscrapers, office buildings
5. View of the city from the top of the Main Tower (€ 6.50)
6. The old part of Sachsenhausen with many pubs and cafés (Große Rittergasse and Kleine Rittergasse)
7. Lots of handy street signs for tourists
8. Colorful facade of the buildings in the Old Town Market Square (Römerberg)
9. St. Bartholomew's Cathedral because I love Gothic
10. The Staedel Museum features paintings by Rembrandt, Cranach and Vermeer
1. Unfortunately, the old town was bombed in World War II, so the buildings are not original
2. In the flea market, the worry about the pickpockets active in the crowd
3. A few streets close to the central train station have a crumbling, urine-smelling world: whores, drug addicts, beggars), pushy homeless
4. On summer weekends, Main River promenades are too crowded.
5. Too many construction sites and cranes
6. Prohibitive taxi rates
7. Frankfurt - after Munich - is the most expensive German city
8. There are not as many cultural program offers as in Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne
9. No U-Bahn in entire Western half of the city.
10. According to our friends living there, Frankfurt is a boring city, a ,,Bankfurt"
11. The buildings in boring 1950s functional style