Frankfurt: a tour of one of the most famous financial and business cities

  • Lennox Morrison
  • Journalist

Some call the German city of Frankfurt ‘Manhattan’, thanks to its skyline full of striking skyscrapers and its location on the river Main. It is indeed a fitting name for one of the world’s leading financial centers.

Unlike New York, however, the famous German city’s “museum key” houses 13 impressive museums all overlooking the Main River.

With a number of other museums located near the river, there is a convenient opportunity to explore the various collections of artifacts, ranging from fine art to cinematography, which are symbols of communication and exchange of opinions. All of these museums are just a short walk from the city center.

Emma Brady, who has lived in the city for 14 years and is a director of Euro London Points, which specializes in multilingual employment, says: “Frankfurt is a cosmopolitan city, it does not feel local. They do not speak the language. here. English is only widely used, but Germans have a sensitive sense of how English speakers approach business. “

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