There are many ways to explore the German city of Frankfurt am Main. One of them is by riding the Ebbelwei-Expreß. This tram tours the most impressive sights and provides info via an audio guide. In addition, the passengers enjoy a glass of Ebbelwei.
Several German railway stations offer model railway layouts. After putting in a 1-Euro-coin, children (and their parents) can control the miniature trains. The dioramas are pretty large and full of details. I took this photo at the central station of Frankfurt am Main.
As you know, I love to stroll around railway stations while waiting for the next connection. So I do at airports as well. At Frankfurt on Main Airport, I came across this Cadillac Sedan (1956).
Fun as well as thought provoking advertising seen at Frankfurt on Main Airport. Literally translated the text says: “You have to read in order to stay on top”
Photo of Frankfurt taken from a bridge named ‘Alte Brücke’. The quarter with the skyscrapers is situated near the river Main. Therefore there is a pun calling Frankfurt am Main ‘Mainhattan’. [German]