Both the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt Skyline provide the city with an important financial contribution.
Frankfurt is one of the cities which has the largest financial activity in the whole country. Although it's not a large city, it possesses a heart of enterprise and commerce which comprises the engine of the region. Many of these financial buildings can be visited and the first thing that you should be aware of is that the headquarters of the European Central Bank is located here. You'll find it at number 29 on the street named 'Kaiserstrasse', and this building is open to visitors. The Frankfurt skyline also welcomes visitors. During the guided tours, it's possible to go up to their flat roofs and take in the views while they explain how the city began its development in the 20's, but it was in the decades of the 80's and 90's when they reached their splendour. A boom occurred during these years when they began to build the skyscrapers which comprise part of one of the most popular parts of the city. By the way, if you're going to have brunch or dinner, we recommend that you visit the Windows 25 restaurant in the Japan Center, where you'll enjoy a 360-degree view over what is known as the banking district.