Learn German !!!
Germany is not only one of the most industrially advanced countries of the world, but it is also one of the cultural and social centers of Europe.

Frankfurt is beautifully situated between the river Main and the Taunus mountains. The biggest city of Hessen offers a range of historical sites and buildings with a gorgeous architecture. Moreover, it is a city of important industry and banks.

In this historically interesting but also very modern city you can learn German while amusing yourself in the various bars and night clubs.

Akademie Germanica offers courses for beginners as well as for advanced students of several levels.
Frankfurt am Main is popular for its international and open-minded inhabitants. You won't have problems to get in contact with them in order to practice the German language and culture!

The work in small groups of 3-8 persons guarantees most effective and quick learning.
Each course lasts 4 weeks. You can choose between 4 or 6 hours per day, from Monday to Friday.
Frankfurt am Main - Business, Culture and Life Center !!!
The very first look at Frankfurt and its skyscrapers will make this city an amazing place. Even when you get closer to Frankfurt, by walking in the perfectly restored Römerberg for example, it becomes a charming city. And also while walking on the coast of the Main river with all its museums, visiting the bars in Sachsenhausen or while walking in the Fressgasse or in the elegant Goethestrasse you will be really impressed.

Moreover, thanks to its cultural program and activities, Frankfurt is a completely cosmopolitan city.


  • Goethe's house: natal house of the most important writer in Germany.
  • Römerberg: old centre of Frankfurt.
  • Imperial cathedral: seat of the coronation of ten kings
  • Saint Paul: the first German free election parliament was placed here.
  • Old opera: center for concerts, congress and special cultural activities.
  • Sachsenhausen: area on the south of the Main, with typical cider bars.
  • Commerzbank: it was built by the famous architect Sir Norman Foster in 1997. The nine gardens placed in the upper floors of the building are really special.
  • Judengasse/Börneplatz: the excavations of Judengasse (Jewish alley) in Frankfurt show the remains of a typical ghetto, even with a Mikwe.


Frankfurt is considered an important cultural city due to the museums bord: it is a famous avenue with 13 museums placed on the coast of the Main. The city has in all 40 museums. Some of the most importants are the Modern Art Museum, the Schirn Hall for Art and Expositions, the Städel Cultural Institut and the German Cinema Museum.