About Sprachcaffe Frankfurt
Frankfurt offers something for everyone: This cosy city on the Main impresses with a skyline of the banking district, while at the same time it has a charming old town with historic half-timbered houses. The city is also known for its stock exchange, trade fair and airport. People from all over the world live here, which gives the city an international flair. In short: Frankfurt has everything a big city needs, and yet everything can be reached quickly thanks to the short distances.
Our language school welcomes you with a small cozy café with a terrace, which has become a popular meeting place for all language students before and after language lessons. The renovated, bright and modern classrooms are located on the upper floors.
Location of the school: in the heart of Sachsenhausen
The Sprachcaffe language school is located in the middle of Sachsenhausen, the trendy nightlife district of Frankfurt. There are numerous cosy cafés, bars and restaurants in the area. The banks of the Main, with its many museums, are also close to the school. The Main bridge "Eiserner Steg", decorated with locks of love, leads directly to the city centre with its countless shops and sights. Less than five minutes away from the language school is the underground station "Schweizer Platz", from which all other attractions in Frankfurt and the region are within easy reach.
Facilities and Benefits
The school is located in the heart of Sachsenhausen, the city's nightlife district. The city centre and important sights are within walking distance.
Stay in one of our school apartments or we can arrange a suitable accomodation for you nearby.
Wlan is available for free.
Our reception area offers the possibility to have a drink with other students.
Native teachers with many years of experience will bring you closer to your goals.
Books can be bought or borrowed from us.
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New in Frankfurt? Going Out and Sightseeing
Frankfurt is the largest city in the federal state of Hesse and has around 700,000 inhabitants. The city is an important financial centre, both in Germany and the world. The European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Deutsche Börse, Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank, among others, have their headquarters here.
The city is well known to many people because of its impressive skyline. Because of its many skyscrapers the city is often called "Mainhattan" - the small Manhattan on the Main. Many also know it as the "smallest metropolis in Europe" because of its airport. Frankfurt Airport is the largest airport in Germany and the third largest in Europe. Due to its central location in the continent and excellent infrastructure, it is no wonder that Frankfurt is one of the most important hubs in Europe.
Frankfurt is not only important from a business point of view. True, hardly any other German city is home to so many leading international corporations. At the same time, the bustling metropolis also has numerous tranquil corners, such as the banks of the Main, the historic Old Town or the Sachsenhausen district with its many cosy cafés and typical Frankfurt apple wine bars.
There is a lot for language students to discover in Frankfurt am Main. The language school is located right in the heart of the city of Frankfurt, so that everything - from sightseeing to shopping to sports - can be reached in just a few minutes. Just a few minutes walk from the language school you will find the Main with its many beautiful bridges. The most famous of them is the "Iron Bridge", built in 1868, which connects the northern part of the city directly with the southern part. At the foot of the Iron Bridge is the Museumsufer with its numerous museums.
Art galleries, the Frankfurt Zoo and the shopping street "Zeil", which is more than one kilometer long, can be reached on foot or by underground. Other large shopping centers are only a few stops away from the city center. Sport fans are also in the right place in Frankfurt. Many different fitness centers, swimming pools and water parks invite you to visit them. Sports and music events such as football matches of Eintracht Frankfurt,
the Frankfurt Skate Night and various concerts take place in the Commerzbank-Arena. You will find discos and restaurants everywhere in Frankfurt.
In order to get to know Frankfurt's culture and history, a visit to a typical apple wine tavern should definitely be on your programme. In the old town of Sachsenhausen you have a large selection of traditional restaurants where you can enjoy the local cuisine and taste the well-known dishes such as "Frankfurter Grüne Soße" or "Handkäs mit Musik". Thanks to Frankfurt's excellent infrastructure, other cities and regions in Germany can also be reached quickly - for example the towns of Mainz, Wiesbaden, Heidelberg or Cologne, all of which are well worth a visit.
The first port of call in Frankfurt for all tourists and newcomers is often the tourist information office. Here you will find answers to all your questions about the city of Frankfurt, sightseeing, guided city tours, museums, hotels, travel planning, etc. There are two tourist information offices in Frankfurt: one at the main station and one at the Römer, one of the city's most important sights.
- Central Station, Main Lobby
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Mo - Fr 08:00 - 21:00 ; Sa + So 09:00 - 18:00.
- Römerberg 27
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Mo - Fr 09:30 - 17:30 ; Sa + So 09:30 - 16:00.