Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt is a vast and sprawling city, and can be confusing to the foreign visitor.


Frankfurt, Germany

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by WanderlustDebi on December 7, 2003

There is no better place to go nearby than to the old city of Wiesbaden lying 25 miles west of Frankfurt. A spa since Roman times, the city is sheltered between the Rhine and Taunus Mountains. It competes with Baden-Baden as Germany's most fashionable resort. A major cultural center filled with amusements, attractions, and fine dining.${QuickSuggestions} Frankfurt is a relatively safe city, but you should still stay alert at all times. Stay out of the area around the Hauptbahnhof at night, as muggings are frequent. ${BestWay} For more information about Frankfurt's public transportation system, call RMV, the city transport office, at tel. 069/25-771 or visit www.rmv.de and look for the information listed in English.

Avocado Bistro

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by WanderlustDebi on December 7, 2003

Chic, upscale, and soothing, this bistro has lots of fresh flowers, a turquoise and peach-toned color scheme, and an atmosphere that manages to be both grandly bourgeois and artsy at the same time. It's the kind of place where you might expect to hear champagne corks popping, and frequently do.
Avocado Bistro
Hochstrasse 27
Frankfurt, Germany
069/292-867

Der Jazzkeller

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by WanderlustDebi on December 7, 2003

This basement club, established in 1952, is one of the most famous and atmospheric jazz clubs in Germany. Its reputation is as solid as the 200-year-old redbrick walls that surround it. The place has played host to such jazz luminaries as Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, and Gerry Mulligan. Wednesday and Friday, patrons dance to the club's "Cool Music Mix." Thursday and Saturday, live music is presented. Open Tuesday to Sunday 9pm to 3am.
Der Jazzkeller
Kleine Bockenheimer 18A
Frankfurt, Germany

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