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Gateway Gardens & Frankfurt airport area
The former US military settlement now serves as the new Frankfurt city quarter for well-known companies and hotels. The modern business district will continue to grow with numerous facilities featuring impressive architecture. Gateway Gardens is one of the best-connected locations in Europe. Directly located at Frankfurt Airport, it offers access to the A3 and A5 motorways as well as local and long-distance public transport.
Green Quarter at the Airport City
Work and live in the middle of the greenery, directly on the nature reserve Frankfurter Stadtwald with 8,000 hectares and many park and hiking trails - ideal for jogging, walking or cycling. Sustainability also plays a central role for the Green Quarter with respect to sustainable buildings and electric mobility, e.g. with green roofs, e-charging stations and e-bike rental stations.
Shopping at Frankfurt Airport
Take off into a new dimension of shopping. Explore a unique world the size of four soccer fields, full of the latest trends and gastronomic delights. From Asian designer fashions all the way to a caramel macchiato that you can savor while watching planes land and take off. At Frankfurt Airport you’ll discover exclusivity, overwhelming diversity, and plenty of bargains – not least because of the unbeatable duty free prices.This one-of-a-kind universe of shopping and experience is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. for passengers, visitors, and those who work at the airport – seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Gateway Gardens, one of the best-connected locations in Europe
Germany’s largest aviation hubon its doorstep with regional and long-distance rail links from theconnected station, its own S-Bahnstation, and the A3 and A5 nearby. It would be hard to get better connected than this.
The Frankfurt Museumsufer is one of the most important museum locations in Europe, located between Eiserner Steg and Friedensbrücke. Thirteen museums are located directly on the banks of the Main and more than a dozen more in the immediate vicinity. The museum landscape ranges from antiques to ancient Egypt, film and communication to architecture and modern art. You can visit one of the most renowned museums in Germany: Städel Museum and Schirn Kunsthalle.
The New Frankfurt Old Town
The historical core of the city between the Römer and the cathedral was extensively reconstructed and completed in 2018. The mixture of old and new buildings serves as a magnet for residents and guests from all over the world. In addition to cafes, museums and shopping opportunities, you can hike in the footsteps of the Romans and Carolingians.
Goethe House and Goethe Museum
Take a tour in Goethe`s family home get to know the house and its residents. Goethe Museum is the only picture gallery exclusively dedicated to the Age of Goethe. The museum shows pictures by important artists of the German-speaking lands, from Late Baroque through Sturm und Drang, Classicism and Romanticism to the Biedermeier period.
St. Paul’s Church / Paulskirche
In 1849 the National Assembly created the first democratic constitution for Germany at St. Paul's Church. It is a symbol for the democratic movement in Germany along with the Hambach Castle / Hambacher Schloss. Today the church award presentations as well political and cultural events.
The Frankfurt skyline, which is also often called Mainhattan, is unique in Germany and is a popular photo motif. More than 30 high-rise buildings reach a height of over 100 m (328 ft). From the visitor platform of the Main Tower, one can see the entire region from a height of 200 m (656 ft).
Äppelwoi in Sachsenhausen
The versatile district Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen is located on the left bank of the Main opposite the old town. This popular district is known for its rustic apple wine bars, local eats, historic half-timbered houses and the many clubs and bars. The relaxed atmosphere attracts visitors of all ages and is considered a hip place to live, go out or stroll on the banks of the Main between museums.
Famous Wine Regions at the Rhine River
The Rheingau region stretches across the right bank of the Rhine, including vineyards in the northern heights of the Taunus up to the mouth of the Main River, and is one of the best wine-growing regions in Germany. Known worldwide for its excellent Riesling, it is worth a trip in terms of landscape, history and culture. From the Flörsheimer Warte, a popular excursion destination in the RheinMain regional park, you have a great view over the vineyards up to the Frankfurt skyline and the Odenwald.
The largest wine-growing region in Germany impresses with its unique location, which produces excellent quality wines. In the extensive triangle between Mainz, Worms and Bingen, the region is easily accessible via an optimal traffic connection and is in close proximity to Frankfurt Airport and the most important cities in the Rhine-Main area. With its castles, palaces and the Rhine River, Rheinhesse is a region of adventure whether on foot, by car or ship.
Gutenberg and Media City Mainz
The capital of the state Rhineland-Palatinate, located on the Rhine River, can be reached in about 30 minutes and is known for its old town and the millennia-old history of printing. The Gutenberg Museum contains four millennia of the history of printing and writing from around the world.
Kurhaus and Casino in Wiesbaden
The state capital of Hesse is one of the oldest health spas in Europe. Here you will find the Kurhaus, one of the most magnificent festival buildings in Germany, and the Wiesbaden casino, one of the most traditional casinos in the country.