Frankfurt am Main may be the spiritual home of the euro, but even here you’ll find diversions which will leave your travel budget unburdened.
St Bartholomäus: Frankfurt’s main house of worship is a Gothic structure which was once the setting for coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors. Its white interior has none of the heaviness you might associate with Gothic churches, and there are a number of art treasures to admire. While entry is free there is a small charge to go up the tower.
Photo courtesy of Alexander Johmann via Flickr.