Oh, the cosmopolitic expert from "thrilling" Poland speaks!
Okay, I see, you are living in Hamburg, which is my favorite German town. And you´re very young and no member of the Jetset, so with a high chance not a very good judge in these matters.
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We are delayed here in Frankfurt, Germany another 2 days. What is there to do for fun in this town.
Frankfurt, where I´m living, is not a place to love at first sight, ok, so much I will agree. But it has lots of attractions and nice surroundings.
The question is, what is fun in the town for you?
Frankfurt has lots of museums of high quality, especially the "Museumsufer", the southern banks of the river opposite the city, is literally one museum next to the other.
I´m not into nightlife very much, so cant give you many advices. The central pub area of Sachsenhausen is not my cup of tea, I have been there not more than once a year.
For the daytime, and if you´re into shopping, let me tell you, that one of the largest shopping centers has just opened earlier this month on the main shopping street "Zeil".
The "Metropolis" is a great cinema center in the city. There are, not surprising, many restaurants. Hard to pick one. I like "Moschmosch" near the expensive shopping street "Goethestrasse" (Japanese/Asian, mainly soups, not Sushi), or "Coa" (similar, near the Europan Central Bank). If you are into luxury, maybe a diner the "Ivory Club" next to the Deutsche Bank HQ
. Nearby is the "King Kamehameha", a fashionable club/restaurant. And its next to the beautiful old Opera house, a nice spot to sit during sunny daytime and sink a coffee or two. For local food try Sachsenhausen, like the "Kanonesteppel" or "Gemaltes Haus". "Suwadee" is a fine Thai restaurant (there are two). For a quick "Currywurst" go to Snackpoint/Grüneburgweg, its always filled up (only daytime, and you eat outside).
As an aviation fan you might want to visit the small "Zeppelin" museum in Zeppelinheim, a rather expensive suburb close to the airport.