Sightseeing of Frankfurt am Main: Berger-Strasse
Berger Stratsse (Him. Berger Straße) is considered the longest shopping street Frankfurt am Main (2.9 kilometers). She connects the city center with the SECKBACH area and passes through Nordend and Bornheim.
The street received its name from a small town Bergen, which was originally an independent territorial unit. Gradually along the road connecting the two cities, local merchants settled and know, restaurants and innovations were opened, and in the middle of the XVI century Bergen entered the Frankfurt.
Nowadays, there is a huge number of shops, branded boutiques, shopping and souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes, eaters, hairdressers, pharmacies and bookstores. In the lower part of Berger-Strasse in the summer, street massive walks with attractions and flea markets are regularly held, as well as the festival of young wine. In 1980, under the street, the metro was laid under the street, but since two parallel branches could not be placed on a narrow street, they were placed on each other. Street has become a favorite place for walking and shopping both at the local population and the visitors of tourists – here constantly have something to do and where to go!
Berger-Strasse decorated on the occasion of christmas.
How to get: on the metro U4 station to Merianplatz, Höhenstraße and Bornheim Mitte – all three stations are located along the street. Address: Berger Strasse, Frankfurt, Germany.