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Shopping in Frankfurt am Main: shopping fun around the Zeil
Frankfurt am Main is known for its stock exchange and the adjacent banking district. But the university city on the Main is also a surprisingly varied and diverse shopping district. Whether second-hand, antiques, art, fashion, technology or lifestyle, there is nothing in Frankfurt/Main that is not available. At least that's what these shopping addresses in the heart of the city with its 700,000 inhabitants promise.
Shopping streets in Frankfurt/Main
With the Zeil, the shopping city of Frankfurt/Main has one of the highest-turnover shopping streets in Europe. But it is also worth taking a look at the side streets. Töngesgasse, the oldest promenade in the city, is well worth a visit. In the Neue Kräme, on the other hand, there is not only a lot of "stuff" to browse through, but the monastery also invites you to take a contemplative break. With the Fressgass`, Frankfurt/Main has a colorful gastronomic potpourri to suit every taste. Specialist stores, on the other hand, have gathered in Schillerstraße, while Goethestraße is home to exclusive luxury brands and Schweizer Straße surprises with many a traditional store. Leipziger Strasse and Münchener Strasse are creative and colorful. Shopping in the rain and wind, on the other hand, is simply great fun in these shopping centers in Frankfurt/Main:
Shopping centers in Frankfurt/Main
The MyZeil shopping center in the heart of the shopping city of Frankfurt/Main is the top address when it comes to shopping centers. Opened in 2009, MyZeil houses a total of 100 stores and restaurants on an area of 77,000 square meters. More recent is Skyline Plaza, which is located directly next to the new Europaviertel and only opened in 2013. With the Nordwest-Zentrum, Frankfurt/Main also has one of the largest shopping centers in central Germany. Around 150 stores have established themselves here and together form an extremely attractive mix of sectors. The Hessen-Center, which opened in 1971, is also home to 150 stores. This makes the Hessen-Center not only one of the first shopping centers in Germany, but also creates an unbelievable density of shops on an area of just 36,000 m².
Stationary retail in Frankfurt am Main.
Shopping centers in Frankfurt am Main
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