Frankfurt is the first German city I ever visited. I actually visited it on a Sunday and all the stores were closed. So I just walked around and enjoyed the architecture. You can do this too as well as enjoy walks along the Main river and across its bridges. Plus there are small neighborhoods to explore as well. I think you’ll like this city as much as I do. And its the financial capital of Germany and the capital of its region.
The thing about unfamiliar destinations is that oftentimes they are right under our noses. The bike shop, Fahrradhof in Atlandsberg is one of those places as it is a small town just outside of Berlin with a huge and very unique bikeshop. A great way to get out of the city and mingle with loc
Berlin-Tempelhof Airport is, well was one of the three airports in Berlin. This is the one that was ran by the Americans and there’s still a basketball court on the top floor. Today, you can do paid tours of the airport facility and they also have concerts there. Plus the runway and airport tarmac and apron are all now a huge park right in the middle of the city.