Frankfurt on the Main Bank of the Main

Frankfurt on the Main Bank of the Main


Relax and linger on the banks of the River Main

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the banking district and the pedestrian zone in Frankfurt’s city centre, you should take a detour to the banks of the Main. Here you can admire the various historic bridges or simply unwind in one of the numerous cafés and restaurants. The best-known bridges on Frankfurt’s Main embankment include the Deutscherrn Bridge and the Flößer Bridge, which serves as a road bridge. The Ignatz Bubis Bridge connects the Obermainanlage in the city centre district with the Dreieichstraße in Sachsenhausen. Also worth seeing is the Protestant Dreikönigskirche (Church of the Three Kings) on the banks of the Main, built in 1880 in neo-Gothic style by cathedral master builder Franz Josef Denzinger on the southern bank of the Main in the district of Sachsenhausen.


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