Boring, isn’t it?
With a population of about 5.5 million, the FrankfurtRheinMain Region is the second largest economic area in Germany. The region encompasses parts of three federal states and is one of the most dynamic and best performing economic regions in Europe. And yet FrankfurtRheinMain is so much more than just a successful business centre. The region is home to world-famous museums, well-known orchestras, and a lively theater, art, and cultural scene. In addition, a diverse array of recreation and leisure activities are right at your doorstep. Relax in one of the numerous spa and wellness resorts or with a day on the golf course in Taunus, Spessart or Odenwald. Explore the region’s natural beauty with a hike or bike tour through the vineyards in the Rheingau, Bergstraße, Franken or Rheinhessen. The Frankfurt Rhein Main region certainly offers enough to quench any thirst for cultural and recreational activities.
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“Frankfurt for Beginners” – A tour through Frankfurt with Matthias Arning and Eva Feuchter The book “Frankfurt für Anfänger”, published in spring 2018, takes its readers on a journey through Frankfurt’s districts, passing along the city’s sights. Author Matthias Arning is a journalist and former chief of the local news section at Frankfurter Rundschau. The […]
Where in Frankfurt and the surrounding areas is carnival being celebrated? On which parades and floats should we not miss out on? We have asked ourselves these questions and compiled a list of tips for the carnival season. After doing some research, one thing is certain: The Financial Centre Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main area have […]
Regional specialities and a festive sea of lights: The Frankfurt Christmas Market attracts visitors from around the globe The Frankfurt Christmas market has a long tradition and is one of the oldest Christmas markets in Germany. Up to the year 1393 it can be proven that markets took place in Frankfurt on Christmas. The traditional […]
A new job, a new city, a new country, a new language – like David Hart from the USA, many have taken this big step. And many have experiences similar to those of the former journalist and current communications and event expert: “It is a challenge and an adventure, but sometimes you are simply overwhelmed […]
The world’s biggest corporate run On June 7th the world’s biggest corporate run takes place in Frankfurt am Main: The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge! On running day it’s all about team spirit, communication, collegiality, fairness and health. In 2017 63,776 runners from 2,419 companies took place in the event at which sports and competitiveness come […]
Discover first traces of the Brexit in Frankfurt? Or how about taking a tour of the musical specialties ranging from Mozart to The Doors? Would you like to discover the Main Metropolis from the perspective of a former homeless man? Or would you rather discover the Frankfurt city forest in the context of an Irish […]
During wintertime, parks and gardens often suffer from a drop of visitors; even popular parks like the Frankfurter Palmengarten are no different. To oppose this trend, but mainly to change the winter’s twilight into colorful lights and the area of the Palmengarten into a shining wonderland, the Palmengarten is hosting the exhibition “Winterlichter”. The main […]
Jil Sander is one of the most influential contemporary fashion designers. The simple and timeless elegance of her designs, together with the high-quality materials and sophisticated cuts gave her the title “Queen of Less.” After all, it’s the restraint and clarity that make Jil Sander’s fashion spectacular. An exhibition of the Frankfurt Museum of Applied […]
The German Jazz Festival in Frankfurt is known for its musical and cultural diversity. No other German festival can present so many unique, cross-cultural performances. True to the festival’s profile, first organized in 1953, the program brings together renowned German and international jazz musicians, for joint performances in one of a kind stage events and […]
The Frankfurt Christmas market has a long tradition and is one of the oldest Christmas markets in Germany. Up to the year 1393 it can be proven that markets took place in Frankfurt on Christmas. The traditional centerpiece of the market is the Römerberg, which with its historic half-timbered houses provides the backdrop for one […]