What would a trip to Frankfurt be without experiencing its many culinary traditions? These include, among others, the famous Frankfurt Green Sauce, Frankfurt Apple Wine, Frankfurt Crown Cake and the popular “Bethmännchen” marzipan biscuits.
Stroll through the “Kleinmarkthalle”, the famous indoor market hall and culinary centrepiece of the Main metropolis, or mingle with the people of Frankfurt at one of the weekly markets, where locals buy fresh regional produce or simply enjoy an after-work drink. Wine is an equally important part of culinary Frankfurt, the nearby Lohrberg representing the easternmost tip of the renowned Rheingau wine-growing region. A visit of Frankfurt’s “local mountain” is definitely worthwhile, and not only because of the beautiful views to be enjoyed from its lofty heights.