I will be the first to admit, that Frankfurt doesn’t come up on a top 10 list of where one should vacation in Europe. Much of Frankfurt’s beautiful architecture was destroyed in the war, which allowed for rebuilding with modern architecture and large commercial properties. It’s a financial hub, being the home of the European Central Bank and the European headquarters for some of the world’s largest banks. Not only does it provide a great job market post-graduation, however it’s filled with remarkable restaurants, trendy shops, and noteworthy museums; which makes for some of my favorite things about living here.
15. Oktober 2019
From US to Germany: My experience as an international student in Frankfurt