Frankfurt's indoor market, the Kleinmarkthalle, is legendary amongst those who love Hessen's farmers markets, but particularly amongst the city's locals. It first opened in 1879, but after being destroyed in World War II, was reconstructed in 2014. Over 60 stands offer everything from local meats, vegetables and freshly-baked bread to imported specialties including Swiss cheeses, Middle Eastern spices and Italian pasta. If browsing the stalls makes you hungry, why not stop for Spanish tapas, a freshly-shucked Dutch oyster or regional specialties such as Fleischwurst (ring-shaped bologna sausage) or boiled eggs with fresh green sauce.
Opening times: Monday-Saturday, 8am-6pm