Guide to Frankfurt, moving to Germany

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If you have decided to live in Frankfurt, you have made an excellent decision. It doesn’t matter if you are moving to Frankfurt for personal reasons or because you got a job in the city. Frankfurt is probably the only city in Germany that looks like an American city with a proper skyline. Some people also call Frankfurt Mainhatten – a combination of Manhatten and Main, the river that runs through the city.

Frankfurt and its resources

Most German banks are based in Frankfurt, such as Deutsche Bank and the EZB (European Central Bank), as well as the German stock exchange.
Frankfurt is not only about banking and the stock exchange. Frankfurt and its surroundings, called Taunus, offer many opportunities to relax and enjoy nature.

Frankfurt’s districts

With around 700,000 inhabitants Frankfurt is one of the largest cities in Germany. There are 16 different districts in Frankfurt. Which one is the most suitable for you? Well, depending on what you plan to do in Frankfurt, work, study or party, each district has something to offer.

Living in Frankfurt

The quality of life in Frankfurt is very high, with many well-paid jobs, especially in the financial sector, and plenty of greenery in and around the city. In addition, Frankfurt offers many cultural attractions such as theatres, museums and a football team in the Bundesliga. Living in Frankfurt also means getting to know the culture, one of the coolest things is that you can find many so-called Weinstuben, which are bars where you can enjoy some of the best ciders you can get anywhere.

Weather in Frankfurt

The weather in Frankfurt is very pleasant, warm in summer and cool in winter. That’s how it should be, not like some other places in Germany where there seem to be only 3 seasons (meaning after spring comes autumn). So if you like spending time outside enjoying nature, you will love living in Frankfurt.

Moving to Frankfurt

If you’re not sure whether you should move to Frankfurt, now is the time. The city is known for its cultural offerings, countless galleries and museums and a vibrant party scene. Frankfurt is home to many electro clubs that are known throughout Germany. Finding a job in Frankfurt is also quite easy, especially if you are looking for employment in the financial sector. So pack your things and move to Frankfurt today.