Living in Frankfurt Sachsenhausen
Sachsenhausen, south of the Main River, is the largest district in Frankfurt and one of its greenest. Numerous cafes and small bistros in the area invite you to linger. In post-war time, this district was popular among the many US soldiers stationed in the Rhine-Main area. The soldiers were drawn to Sachsenhausen for its apple wine industry, breweries and bars. Furthermore, the well-known Museumsufer and the Iron bridge, which leads to the other Mainufer to the old town of Frankfurt, belong to Sachsenhausen. In recent years, many new quarters have been built with modern and unique apartments. Nevertheless there are also classical architecture here. The well-preserved Wilhelminian period buildings offer beautiful and appealing apartments, especially in the inner part of the village. The north of Sachsenhausen is densely populated, while in the south the Stadtwald stretches.