Lohrpark, Frankfurt

Lohrpark is Frankfurt's highest-lying park, which is no surprise given the breath-taking view of the city's skyline. Arriving at Lohrpark It's super easy to get to Lohrpark. You can take the number 30 bus from Konstablerwache to Heiligenstock/ Lohrberg, which takes approx 15 mins. You can also go by car as parking is available, but... Continue Reading →

Frankfurt to Rüdesheim – A day trip

Rüdesheim is a small town in the Rheingau region, offering beautiful sites across the river Rhein, historical monuments and over 3000 hectares of vineyards. If you're not familiar with Riesling wine, you sure will be after a trip to what's said to be one of the best wine regions in the world. Arriving in Rüdesheim... Continue Reading →

Frankfurt to Seligenstadt – A Day Trip

Seligenstadt is a pretty town, southeast of Frankfurt, located on the River Main. If you also like the tranquility of typical German towns, Seligenstadt is a day trip worth doing! Arriving in Seligenstadt Seligenstadt is easily reachable from Frankfurt. Ideal for a day trip, I arrived in Seligenstadt around midday and headed back to Frankfurt... Continue Reading →

Frankfurt from a different perspective

Frankfurt: a summary Google "Frankfurt" and click "images." You'll see hundreds of photos of: The skyline Then google "What is Frankfurt like?" You'll find loads of websites that tell you: It's international; You can get by without German; Something about banks; Which will lead to a comparison to London; Oh, and Apfelwein. These are all... Continue Reading →

5 Cafés worth visiting in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is full of cafés and I always enjoy trying out new places. Whether you want to enjoy your own company for a couple of hours or catch up with friends over coffee, here are a few cafés I'd recommend visiting in Frankfurt: Das Herz von FrankfurtLocated near Römer, Das Herz von Frankfurt is a chic... Continue Reading →

Three years of living in Germany!

Before moving, I told myself that I'd live in Germany for a minimum of three years. I gathered that three years would give me enough time to really improve my language skills, become familiar with Frankfurt and build strong relationships with those around me. What I didn't consider, is that after three years of giving... Continue Reading →

The four phases of culture shock

It creeps up on you when you least expect it and pushes you out of your depth as you try to comprehend these abnormalities that are actually now normalities. In fact, you're the abnormal one now. Culture shock. Two and half years into my expat journey and as much as I have embraced the German... Continue Reading →

Frankfurt: a convenient city

If there's one thing I love about living in Frankfurt, it's the convenience that this city offers. There's more to Frankfurt than what initially meets the eye - here's how Frankfurt has boosted my quality of life: Commuting in Frankfurt I didn't realise how draining the London commute actually was until I didn't have to... Continue Reading →

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