What I loved to roam around in Frankfurt?

I always had a passion for visiting the Germany due to its rule that it played in both of the world wars and its contribution to the industrial revolution. After some how I made an effort to make a trip to Germany and on a totally different node as I started journey to the country from Frankfurt a major industrial town in Germany. After landing at the Frankfurt International airport I went straight to my pre-booked Frankfurt airport hotels. After having the rest for the day and so I decided to travel around some of the most popular spots in the city that can be traveled with out any entrance fee. So I on the tips of the hotel staff started my journey from Frankfurt’s Nizza-Gardens that can be approached with tram no 12, 16, or 21 to Basler Platz. And what found the most mesmerizing part about the Garden I felt was the Mediterranean touch to it as the park is there from about since 1866. In the garden faraway from the urban city life you can enjoy the palm, lemon trees and other plants as well. Next, I went to Waldspielpark Goetheturm on tram no 30, 36, 954, 962 and 963. This massive park is much popular with kids and families as it is a large adventure playground and the Germany’s tallest wooden tower at any playground at the height of 43 meters. One can also find Frankfurt Airport Hotels, near the Frankfurt Airport area.

It was the noon time and I was feeling a bit exhausted after traveling at the adventure park so I decided to had a swim at Freibad Stadion the water park. This outdoor swimming park is situated at Stadion tram station and one can reach there by on the tram No 21. The park has four swimming pools for the grown ups, the kids and one who cannot swim at all. There at the park one can also enjoy the 5 spring boards having varying height from 1 to 10 meters high. It has about 2 slides, a waterfall and a water canon. After relaxing me a bit next I decided to go bit financial and this time visited the Frankfurt’s Stock Exchange, hence I went to about the 19th century building to learn something about the stock tricks in Germany. For visiting the trading floor, there I made reservation at least in advance at before 24 hours.  One can reach there using subway No    
S1 to S6, S8 & 9 or U1 to U3, U6 & U7 to Heartache station. And your journey to Frankfurt is nor complete without nightlife, so, did I also visit some of the most glamorous areas in the city and for Ladies Night found city club Kelkheim, Frankfurter Str.43. there I have the best sort of recreation dancing, drinking as well as dinning too.