published: Journal Frankfurt
Thanks to Zeil, one of Germany's best-known and highest-turnover shopping streets, it is a well-known fact that Frankfurt is a good shopping destination. But anyone who believes that this is only the case on the Zeil is greatly mistaken. Whether fashion, books, electronics, art, delicatessen, home accessories or eroticism - everywhere in Frankfurt there are numerous large and small shops that can adequately satisfy almost every need. In order to find out the best of these shops from the crowd, there are such helpful shopping guides as "Frankfurt buys", which once again presents the 1000 best shops in the Main metropolis in its 2016 issue.
These can be better known shops or small, somewhat hidden insider tips. No matter whether you are looking for everything for your child, whether you need specialist books or simply want new shoes, in the special issue of the Journal Frankfurt you are guaranteed to find the right tip for what you are looking for. After first presenting the most exciting new openings, prominent Frankfurt celebrities open their doors to the readers of the special issue to show them the principles that guide their interior design. The presentation of new city tours on various topics for the ladies and a list of the most important shopping centres in the region follow before the actual recommendations start.
These are divided into different sections so that the reader can search specifically. Short descriptions of the offer and a listing of all necessary information (address, opening hours, telephone number, Internet presence, payment options) then facilitate the selection. And of course the Top5 (in some cases also Top 10) of the editorial staff should not be missing in each individual category.
As fast as shops appear out of nowhere or disappear unexpectedly from the scene, a shopping guide like "Frankfurt buys something" is a really helpful thing, especially as you get the chance to get to know some of the numerous small shops that you simply don't see in the mass of well-assorted, but somehow always seemingly identical chains of shops. The fact that the magazine also includes a voucher booklet with 33 vouchers for discounts or 2 for 1 offers as well as the special issue FRANKFURT CITY EXCLUSIVE makes the purchase of "Frankfurt buys a 2016" even more attractive. Recommendable - and for 5,80 Euro really not too expensive!
Na, get in the mood for this very special shopping guide? Then off to the next book/journal store or simply join in here, because
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Submission deadline is 12.12.2015!
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An article by Frankfurt-Tipp