Sightseeing in Berlin and Frankfurt

When you have the chance to visit Germany, don’t miss to see and to experience some of its interesting and major cities like Frankfurt am Main and Berlin. Frankfurt is the largest city in the state of Hesse and it is also called the Manhattan of Germany being its financial capital. It is also the fifth largest city in Germany.

I just visited this city from November 1-5 of this year and I love it. Actually, it was already my third visit. The friends whom I met here were happy to find a Cheap Frankfurt hotel during our five days stay. Imagine a double room of a 3 star hotel cost around 179.00 Euros per night in Frankfurt but we found and booked one online for only 50.00 Euros. Imagine the savings we had!

The European Union statue and the Eurotower in the background. The Eurotower is the headquarter of the European Central Bank. I took this image during my recent visit last November 1-5, 2010.

Berlin on the other hand, is the largest city of Germany. Being the capital city of Germany, it is also considered as a world city due to its richness in culture, media, politics and science. It is also considered to be one of the most visited cities in the European Union. It is famous for its universities, orchestras, museums, personalities, research institutes and sporting events.

You don’t have to worry because like Frankfurt, I know for sure that you can find a Cheap hotel in Berlin to accommodate you during your stay.

Here are some of the sights you can visit and experience in Frankfurt on the Main and Berlin:

Frankfurt Sights

*Römer- one of the city’s historical structure and famous landmark. It is a late Gothic patrician residence. It has been a home to the Rathaus or Town Hall.
*Museum für Moderne Kunst, Museum of Modern Arts, as it is called in English. It was built by the Vienesse architect Hans Hollein. This museum has a triangular floor plan which is sometimes called as “The Slice of tart”.
*Eurotower – the headquarters of the European Central Bank.
*Frankfurt Cathedral- the electoral church and coronation church of German emperors and kings.

There are still a lot of interesting sights you can visit in Frankfurt am Main.

Berlin sights

*Reichtags- the center of government district in Berlin. It has a magnificent pillared entrance and this building was constructed in 1894.
*Brandenburger Tor- called in English as Brandenburg Gate, was erected between 1788 and 1791. It is an iconic landmark of Berlin and Germany.
* Berliner Dom- called in English as Berlin Cathedral, was built in 1894-1905 and is a Protestant Cathedral located in Spree island.
* Gendarmentmarkt- an impressive neoclassical square in Berlin which is home to the Konzerthaus (Concert House).
*Alexanderplatz- this is the Alexander Square where you can see the 365-meter high television tower and modern functional buildings.

These are only some of the most interesting sights in Berlin.


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