FRANKFURT – Germany’s financial centre with Hessian coziness
One of the outstanding features of Frankfurt is its fascinating diversity. As a metropolis, the city is home to one of the largest airports and transport hubs in Europe, is the seat of the European Central Bank and welcomes you to a cozy chat in apple wine bars in the medieval old town.
Frankfurt’s financial centre is dominated by the German Stock Exchange, which is flanked by Bull and Bear. In addition to hosting the headquarters of Deutsche Bank, the city is also home to the German Football Association and a prominent trade fair center. The International Motor Show attracts as much attention beyond the country’s borders as the Frankfurt Book Fair. Frankfurt’s modern orientation is crowned by a unique skyline in Germany – Mainhattan.
Frankfurt also has plenty to offer in terms of culture. The Museumsufer boasts 15 of Frankfurt’s 60 museums. Some of which are famous art museums and exhibition houses such as the Schirn or the Städel, which attract visitors from near and far with spectacular exhibitions. The evening ends with a traditional Äppelwoi (Apple wine) in Bembel pitchers.