single-/double room 17 €
dorm rooms 12 €
The city of finance and trade fairs is certainly worth a visit, even leaving aside its international prestige! After all, Frankfurt probably has Germany’s most impressive skyline and stacks of other interesting sights besides the banks, stock exchange & co.: Plenty of times you will find skyscrapers almost ‘resting’ up against bars serving the traditional local cider (Äppelwoi) and historical monuments such as St Bartholomew’s Cathedral and St Paul’s Church.
Thanks to its central location directly on Galluswarte, not far from Frankfurt Central Station, A&O Hostel Frankfurt lets you discover most of the highlights on foot. The Nizza Gardens park snaking along the banks of the river Main are a beautifully picturesque setting to forget the hustle and bustle of high finance in the city centre. Naturally, the people of Frankfurt are particularly proud of their most famous cultural scion, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and the happy-go-lucky residents of the Hesse region are quite prone to giving an impromptu rendition of a couple of verses from the Sorcerer’s Apprentice over a glass of regional cider (Äppelwoi). Visitors finding their stay not ‘typically German’ enough are more than welcome to sample a few Frankfurter sausages or attend a football match by the local heroes Eintracht Frankfurt.