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Nice market that has meat and Frankfurter Hid Dogs of all kinds.. also in the upoer floor you can get fish and seafood.
Downstairs you can have vegetables and fruits.. taste wine and cheases.. and different kind of food.. just like any other market. this...More
The market was vibrant with energy and had different offerings of fresh produce, meatballs, sausages, wine, pastries and much more! It was a tad expensive though - I got a sausage with green sauce (cucumber-y) and it was 7 Euros.
Kleinmarkthalle is still an Institution and much better than most other places around theworld with similar concepts. Prices range from outragely expensive, to normal, great produce and by far the most curious sausage booth I have ever ome across. go in and queue up for...More
This indoor market was such an incredible find-a hidden treasure-& so wonderfully German & absolutely heaving with people out for a bargain/beer/brunch on a Saturday. I had the best coffee I drank whilst in Frankfurt here & the sausage we bought home, travelled beautifully. There...More
I was here on a busy Saturday afternoon and the place was alive with shoppers and revellers as there was some sort of a beer and wine festival on.
Outside in the street it was thronged also. If you like craft stalls, markets and shopping...More
We were drawn to the market by the people outside one of the entrances where you can get a drink and a bite to eat. It was really busy on Saturday around lunch time. We then wandered through the markets and checked out all of...More
2 weeks in Germany / Netherlands / Belgium during Christmas (2 Replies)
Hi, My plan is to spend New Year in Amsterdam and due to flight ticket promotion, I will be arriving to and departing from Frankfurt Airport. The plan is very vague but here's what i have in mind, please help to correct any rookie mistake in this route planning and any suggestion for must visit places during winter is very much appreciated! A million thanks ! Day 1 - 2: Frankfurt - Kleinmarkthalle Market - Main Tower - Mainkai - Leaving Frankfurt on Day 2 noon Day 2 - 4:...More
September 25, 2016|
If part of your trip is pre-Christmas, then the German Christmas Markets might be on. Most major Christmas Markets close on 22-24Dec.
lockers at the Main Tower? (6 Replies)
We're going to be in Frankfurt about 10 days from now and are planning to go to the Rømer and Kleinmarkthalle before venturing on to the Main Tower. If we buy anything at the market, are there lockers at the Main Tower to store things in? I hear security is pretty tight and they'll even take water bottles. On their site they only mention bringing in bags small enough to be easily inspected by security, and that you can't bring glass bottles up, but they don't say if there's a secure area...More
January 05, 2014|
The Main Tower doesn't care if you bring water or any other groceries with you, just the bag has to be small enough to go through the X-ray machine, and no glass bottles. So, no wine. The X-ray machine is fairly similar to those at the airport, so regular bags and back-packs fit through here easily. I visit here fairly regularly, and this is not a problem, plus I just read their rules and regulations. Nothing about not being able to bring groceries. If it is too heavy though, why not...More
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Tips for 12 hours in Frankfurt (7 Replies)
Hellp dear community, I have a question about a long layover I have in Frankfurt. I arrive 10:20 Saturday in Frankfurt airport. I was wondering to checkout some place in the city, maybe the interesting market "Kleinmarkthalle", hangout and have lunch there, then comeback to airport. Is this a good idea? What kind of transportation should I use to get there? Thank you and have a great day
December 09, 2015|
Sure it is a good idea! The city center is only 15 minutes from the airport. Check out this helpful thread by Bornheimgirl reg layover in Frankfurt: tripadvisor.ca/ShowTopic-g187337-i301-k68093…