Futuristic Skyline, dynamic business hub, home to one of the world’s largest stock exchanges, the headquarters of the European Central Bank and the busiest German airport. Frankfurt is one of the most visited cities in Europe attracting thousands of business travelers and tourists. From the Festival of Stoneware, to Day of the Forest, Night of the Clubs, Festival of Light, Skyscraper Festival, Museums Riverbank Festival, you can enjoy the different festivals and celebrations that occur all through the year.
Visit the Main Tower, the fourth highest building in Germany for a panoramic view over the surrounding city. A visit to the historic square of Römerberg, located in the heart of the old town as well as the iconic Fountain of Justice (Gerechtikeitsbrunnen), an ancient well built in 1612, just might turn out to be one of your favourite things to do in Frankfurt.Or take a cruise down the Main River Cruise at sunset to look at the beautiful skyscrapers from the water.
Don’t make the mistake of overlooking neighbourhoods, such as Bockenheim, Bornheim, Nordend and Sachsenhausen, with their intact beautiful 19th century streets and parks. Frankfurt is home to many museums, theatres and a world-class opera. Enjoy the trade fairs in Frankfurt such as the Frankfurt Motor Show (Automobil-Ausstellung) every two years in mid-September and the BuchmesseBook Fair which occurs in mid-October annually
Once a year (during the last weekend in August), acultural festival by the river bank called Museumsuferfestisorganized at the Museumsufer with food, music and various other activities. Or visit one of Germany’s top cultural attractions, the Städel Museum with its array of painting from the 1300s to the present ranging from artists like Botticelli, Rembrandt, Hieronymus Bosch, Vermeer , van Eyck, and Kirchner.
On sunny days, the banks of the Main with its waterfront, lawns, flowerbeds and pollarded trees would offer the beautiful serenity that comes with nature.