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  2. THE 10 BEST Frankfurt Shopping Malls (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

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    • Bauernmarkt Konstablerwache. #2 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “This is a Farmers’ Market located in the middle section of the busy Zeil Shopping Street.”
    • Galeria Kaufhof Frankfurt An der Hauptwache. #3 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “In this huge 7 floors department store, you can find large variety goods at all price ranges, have a nice and affordable meal at the top floor restaurant and terrace, and take some great photos as well.”
    • MyZeil. #5 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “The shopping center is worth a visit and when the food court is finished their is a great view of the city skyline.”
    • Venos. #11 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt.
  3. THE BEST Shopping in Frankfurt - Tripadvisor

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    To help you plan your visit, here is our guide to the best places and shopping areas in Frankfurt. Select from our best shopping destinations in Frankfurt without breaking the bank. Read reviews, compare malls, and browse photos of our recommended places to shop in Frankfurt on Tripadvisor.

  4. Shopping in Frankfurt | Frankfurt Tourism

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    Shopping in Frankfurt The Zeil, Frankfurt’s premier pedestrian promenade, ranks amongst Germany’s most profitable shopping streets. Here, department stores, retail chains and specialty shops lure visitors to a leisurely shopping spree beneath spreading sycamore trees.

  5. The Best Shopping in Frankfurt - Tripadvisor

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    • Kleinmarkthalle. #1 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “A little gem of a stall amongst the more prevalent spice, meat and vegetable sellers Elizabeth and her mum offer a refuge for vegans and vegetarians alike.”
    • Bauernmarkt Konstablerwache. #2 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “This is a Farmers’ Market located in the middle section of the busy Zeil Shopping Street.”
    • Galeria Kaufhof Frankfurt An der Hauptwache. #3 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “super shopping, everybody can find something for himself, big plenty of goods and the cherry on the top of cake is a roof cafe with huge gastronomic variety and beautiful overview!!!!”
    • Skyline Plaza. #4 of 225 Shopping in Frankfurt. “A fantastic shopping centre with loads of assorted shops, supermarket, bakeries and a very good value good food hall with plenty of seating and numerous eateries to choose from.”
  6. Insider’s guide to shopping in Frankfurt

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    • Markets
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    • Souvenirs
    • Tax Information

    Many shops along Zeil sell the typical local gift, the ebbelwoi(apple wine) carafe, called bembel, which comes with matching glasses. International brands can be found in the streets leading off the main thoroughfare. Goethestrasse is known for its exclusive designer clothing and jewellery boutiques. Oeder Weg and Berger Strasse offer just the opposite - small but interesting bargain and curiosity shops in which to rummage. Antiques can be found in the streets around the cathedral. Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse has the best delicatessens, fish shops, markets and wine merchants in town and the Kleinmarkthalle on Hasengasse is full of international delicacies. For something unusual, Comica, Stiftstrasse, offers comics, graphic novels and related memorabilia.

    A flea market is held every other Saturday 0900-1400 either in Sachsenhausen, on the south side of the Main, or at Frankfurts's East Harbor. Head here for vintage relics and treasures that are unlikely to be found on the main shopping streets. An excellent produce market can be found on Saturday 0800-1700 and Thursday 1000-2000 on Konstablerwache Square, which is ideal for self-catering visitors. Another popular produce market is held on upper Berger Strasse between the clock tower and Saalburgstrasse on Wednesday 0800-1830 and on Saturday 0800-1600. The produce market on Schillerstrasse takes place on Friday 0900-1830.

    The pedestrian street, Zeil (from Hauptwache to Konstablerwache), is the city's major shopping street and is lined with well-known department stores. The shopping centre MyZeil, Zeil 106, attracts visitors with around 100 shops, restaurants and cafés. The largest shopping centres in Frankfurt are the Nordwest Zentrum, Walter-Möller-Platz 2, the Hessen Centre, Borsigallee 26 and the Isenburg-Zentrum, Hermesstrasse 4. The Skyline Plaza Frankfurt, Europa-Allee 6, has 170 shops, restaurants and a spa. A large shopping centre close to Frankfurt is the Main-Taunus-Zentrum in Sulzbach.

    Large city centre stores and supermarkets are open Monday to Friday 0900/1000-2100 and Saturday 0900-2100. Smaller shops close at 1830 on weekdays and at 1400 on Saturday. All shops are closed on Sunday.

    For souvenirs, make a beeline for Roemer, Frankfurt’s main square. Small trinket shops dot the perimeter, with stalls also selling the usual array of key rings, fridge magnets, postcards and tea towels. These classic bits and bobs feature Frankfurt’s Dom Cathedral, pictures of the Main and other key city landmarks. Tourist information centres also sell souvenirs.

    VAT is currently at 19%. Travellers who live outside the European Union can obtain a tax refund (www.globalblue.com) on goods bought in Germany by submitting the purchased goods and the original receipt to the customs office at the airport. The export certificate should then be taken to any one of five counters after the security check, where a cash refund is obtained. Note that a small fee will be charged on all refunds.

  7. Best shopping streets in Frankfurt | Global Blue

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    Zeil is the heart of Frankfurt’s shopping scene. The pedestrianised street offers a mix of boutiques and high-street chains, so is ideal for those with varying budgets. It is the home of top department store Galeria Kaufhof, as well as the MyZeil shopping centre.

  8. Shopping in Frankfurt | Scandic Hotels

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    Frankfurt Zeil. The main shopping street in Frankfurt and probably the most famous in 'Mainhattan', where all your wishes come true: In Zeil and the neighbouring MyZeil shopping centre, you can find everything from jewellery and clothes to electronics.

  9. The Top 12 Attractions in Frankfurt, Germany

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    • Stroll Through Historic Römerberg. Address. Römerberg 26, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Get directions. Phone +49 69 21238800. Web Visit website. The Römerberg ("Roman Mountain") is the historic heart of Frankfurt.
    • Head Up to the Main Tower. Address. Main Tower, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Get directions. There is no better way to see Frankfurt than from the top of the Main Tower, the city's only high-rise open to the public.
    • Tour the Goethe House. Address. Großer Hirschgraben 23-25, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Get directions. Phone +49 69 138800. Web Visit website. Frankfurt is the birthplace of Germany's most important writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, born in 1749.
    • See Europe's Largest Dinosaur Skeleton. Address. Senckenberganlage 25, 60325 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Get directions. Phone +49 69 75420. Web Visit website.
  10. Frankfurt Airport Shopping: Shop duty free products online and have them sent to your home anywhere in Germany Access the online shop from anywhere: You can take advantage of Frankfurt Airport’s online marketplace to easily shop from anywhere, for instance from your workplace, while relaxing in the comfort of your home or while riding a train.

  11. Frankfurt - Wikipedia

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    Frankfurt Central Station (Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof, often abbreviated as Frankfurt (Main) Hbf or F-Hbf) is the largest railway station in Germany by railway traffic. By daily passenger volume, it ranks second together with Munich Central Station (350,000 each) after Hamburg Central Station (450,000).