passenger car 68 km through Wiesbaden to B 42, A 66, also by
train, bus or ship.
The "finance metropolis" is
the centre of a region with population figures of more than 2
millions with about 650,000 inhabitants.
The city owns a unique skyline with the highest office houses of
Europe and is classified as the most living and most international
city of Germany. More than 40 museums and exhibits (under it Goethe's
birthplace, museum shore, Sencken-mountain museum).
Cathedral, old opera, Paul's church, Roman, central station, stock
exchange, television tower, Hundertwasser kindergarten, Chinese
garden, Korean park, palm garden, cider bar quarter Sachsenhausen,
district Höchst with nice Old Town, the biggest German airport.