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    Frankfurt Westend: Our 5 Top Tips for Exploring the City

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    GERMANY: When you think of Frankfurt Westend, you may immediately think of their trade fair. That's understandable, because Messe Frankfurt is home to the world's largest trade fair, but Frankfurt Westend has so much more to offer than their world-famous exhibition grounds.

    Browse and Discover: Galerie Hake

    Shop where the locals do!  Galerie Hake is an idyllic concept store where you can find stunning postcards, home accessories, art prints, and other curiosities. If you are looking for gifts or the perfect postcard to commemorate your visit, then this is the place to come to. On Saturdays, the onsite bistro serves a delicious breakfast menu, so you can linger longer when your shopping is done.

    Splashtacular Fun All Year Round: Rhein-Main-Therme

    The Rhein-Main-Therme is a popular thermal bath and swimming pool complex, just out of the city, that offers slashtacular year-round fun for young and old. Quite frankly, this is German spa culture at its best with options to slip into their large indoor swimming pool - protected from the elements by an enormous glass roof dome. Here, the outdoor pools boast a balmy water temperature of 30° C and, for those that like a bit more action, there's  sports swimming pool (with diving tower); double water slides, numerous whirlpools, a wave pool and a log cabin sauna. The complex also boasts spa and wellness facilities, gardens and restaurants. Best of all, is just 15 minutes by car south of the Adina Hotel Frankfurt Westend, making it an ideal day trip if you're visiting the city.

    Italian Joie de Vivre: Restaurant Via Monte Napoleone

    When in Frankfurt, you do not have to travel far to experience the authentic taste of Italy. On Bockenheimer Landstraße, you'll find a boutique-like restaurant called Via Monte Napoleone that the locals love. Not only is it big on taste, but it also boasts an elegant interior. True to the Italian culture, this restaurant is all about sharing your meal and food is placed on shelves in the middle of the table and can be enjoyed in a group.

    Summer All Year Round at the Palmengarten

    If you want to escape to the tropics as we head into the cooler months, then the Palmengarten in Frankfurt is a must-do. Here, in this beautiful botanical garden, you can escape to Africa, South America or Australia and not only admire plants, but also exotic animals such as cockatoos and water dragons. We love that  rainy days will not stand in the way of enjoying your visit to Palmengarten, because the greenhouses are weather resistant.

    The Senckenberg Museum Impresses Young and Old

    The Senckenberg Natural History Museum houses was founded in the early 1800s and houses the largest exhibition of dinosaur fossils and replicas in Europe. And, on a visit here, you could find yourself marvelling at fossils of horses, turtles and frogs that are over 50 million years old displayed alongside Egyptian mummies and stuffed animals. If you're keen to explore, it's simple to book tickets via the website and be transported into a world of natural history.

    Coffee Art Experience at the Kaffeewerk Expressionist

    If you love coffee, then Kaffeewerk Expressionist in Frankfurt Westend is the place to come, offering a wide variety of excellent coffee in various roasts. Our insider tip is time your visit to coincide with their daily brewing hour (between 4 and 5 pm) where you can choose your own filter coffee and brew it yourself. Or, if you prefer to leave the preparation to the coffee professionals, you'll get an Instagrammable piece of art on the coffee foam as well as a delicious brew.

    There's so much to explore in Frankfurt Westend - from natural history to modern coffee culture. And, if you stay at least three nights, you can save up to 20% in our Adina Hotel Frankfurt Westend: Book now!

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