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As soon as you enter the house, you will see: everything is new here! You arrive, store your luggage, take off your shoes and you will not miss anything - neither in the kitchen or in the bathroom. A... more information
Welcome to your ipartment in the the Global business village „Gateway Gardens“ the best connected location in Europe! You are located directly at Frankfurt Airport with long-distance and regional ... more information
Welcome to Brera Serviced Apartments in Elbestrasse in Frankfurt`s main station district! Cosy, Comfy, Amazing and Fantastic – as inviting as the names of the four different categories is also the i... more information
A restaurant with delivery service provides for your physical well-being. Move in and make yourself at home! The apartment hotel is the perfect place to work, relax and feel good. Fully furnished s... more information
The Best Western Hotel Frankfurt Airport Neu-Isenburg welcomes you! Stroll through the Old Town in the footsteps of the Huguenots, admire interesting buildings from the early days and wander from the ... more information
Serviced Apartments in Frankfurt on the Main
Frankfurt on the Main is Germany’s financial centre. It owes its nickname "Mainhattan" to the distinct city skyline which is unique in Germany. Frankfurt is the largest city of Hesse and the centre of the metropolitan area of Frankfurt-Rhine-Main which inhabits approx. 2.2 million people. The city is well-known as an international trade fair location, for example the Frankfurt Book Fair, which is the world’s largest.
Frankfurt's Old Town was painstakingly restored after being damaged in World War II. Today it presents itself almost in the original state. The city centre is around "Römer", the Town Hall of Frankfurt, which originates from the 15th century. The medieval-seeming half-timber houses radiate a captivating charm. Further highlights of the city centre are the imperial cathedral St. Bartholomäus and the Frankfurt St. Paul's Church. The cathedral is one of the most important buildings of the German imperial history and stood as a symbol of national unity particularly in the 19th century. St Paul's Church is a German national monument, the National Assembly first got together here on 18th May in 1848. If you want to escape the excitement of the city, take a walk along the river Main and enjoy the tranquility and idyll.
The metropolis on the river Main is the perfect place to go out in the evening. The Oper Frankfurt is one of the most important music centres of Europe and has been awarded "Opera House of The Year" several times. For lovers of good food and drinks we can recommend the restaurants and bars in Große Brockenheimer Straße. In the area surrounding the main train station there are numerous restaurants with international cusine. Both visitors and locals are drawn into the popular wine taverns, where the famous "Äppelwoi" (apple wine) is being served. If you want to cook for yourself, friends or colleagues, then visit the "Kleinmarkthalle" beforehand in order to provide yourself with fresh and regional groceries.
Frankfurt Green Sauce with Boiled Eggs
Ingredients for 6 portions:
- 400 g fresh herbs (chives, parsley, chervil, cress, sorrel, borage, tarragon, dill, savory)
- 200 g sour cream
- 1 kg plain yoghurt
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1 tbsp mustard
- 1 tbsp salt
- 6 hard-boiled eggs
- lemon juice
Roughly chop up the herbs and put into a blender. Add sour cream, sugar, mustard and salt, then purée. Afterwards pour everything into a large bowl and fold in the yoghurt. The “Frankforder Grie Soß“ can be refined with some lemon juice and is served with hard-boiled eggs and salt potatoes.