Frankfurt Life

FrankfurtRhineMain is the second largest economic region in Germany with a population of around 5.5 million. The region covers parts of three federal states and is one of the most economically dynamic and efficient in Europe. But FrankfurtRhineMain is more than just a successful economic center. The region is home to world-famous museums, renowned orchestras and a lively theatre, art and cultural scene. You can relax in one of the numerous spa and wellness facilities, take a walk in one of the wine-growing regions, go on a bike tour or play golf in the Taunus, Spessart and Odenwald low mountain ranges as well as in the Rheingau, Bergstrasse, Franconia and Rheinhessen wine-growing regions. FrankfurtRhineMain offers you a wide range of cultural and leisure activities.

The star painter of the italian baroque in Frankfurt – Guido Reni

Frankfurt Life, TOP-NEWS

With a large-scale exhibition opening to the public on 23 November 2022, the Städel Museum is rediscovering the former star painter of the Italian Baroque: Guido Reni (1575–1642).

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Frankfurt ranked 7th most liveable city in the world

Financial Centre, Frankfurt Life, TOP-NEWS

Frankfurt has now made it to seventh place in the Economist’s annual city ranking, moving back into the top 10 for the first time since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic – ahead of other major German cities, making Frankfurt the most liveable city in Germany.

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“City Cycling” 2022 campaign starts in Frankfurt on 3 June

Events, Frankfurt Life

“Cycling for a better climate” is the motto of the 21-day campaign in which all Frankfurt residents can take part and save many tonnes of CO2 together.

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CLOSE UP Talks in Städel Museum: How political is art?

Events, Frankfurt Life

The Städel Museum Frankfurt invites you to a three-part series of talks in which selected experts will discuss the subject of art and politics.

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Chagall: World In Turmoil 

Frankfurt Life, TOP-NEWS

The Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt illuminates Marc Chagall’s work of the 1930s and 1940s in a major exhibition.

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The world under one roof

Frankfurt Life

Darmstadt is now a World Cultural Heritage Site. In addition to the Mathildenhöhe, the Hessian State Museum in Darmstadt is also worth a visit. The museum invites you to dis-cover a variety of internationally significant treasures from the fields of nature, art and crafts.

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Book tip “The Big Short”

Frankfurt Life, News

One of the best business books of the past two decades – Malcolm Gladwell “New York Times Book Review”

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In the land of the open distant

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A little more than 100 kilometers northeast of the Rhine-Main region stretches the Rhön Mountains. The center of the low mountain range has been a UNESCO biosphere reserve for around 30 years and is also a star park now. Attractive for hikers, cyclists and motor-cyclists, gliders and paragliders, as well as stargazers.

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Mathildenhöhe is UNESCO World Heritage

Frankfurt Life

The “Mathildenhöhe Darmstadt” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This was decided by the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Cultural Organization on Saturday at its 44th session.

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1250 years of Eschborn: A town and its stories

Financial Centre, Frankfurt Life

In a deed of the monastery at Lorsch an der Bergstraße from the year 770 AD, two brothers donate parts of their property in Eschborn to the monastery.

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