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If you want to elude all the stress, you can enjoy a relaxing massage at the airport. The wellness oasis 'be relax' is available at two locations at the airport, offering everything from massages to manicures or refreshing oxygen cocktails. Enjoy a little break during the hectic rush of traveling.
What to Know: Short fresh air break
Catch some fresh air in between: Frankfurt Airport has a visitors’ terrace at Terminal 2. From here you can see aircraft taking off and landing on the airfield and get some fresh air before the trip goes on. The visitors’ terrace is one of three viewing points around the airport.
Where to Eat: From a traditional cider pub to Zoom
Ebbelwoi Unser in Frankfurt: Offering original dishes from Frankfurt like 'handkäs mit musik' (cheese with onions), 'himmel und erde' (mashed potatoes, black pudding and apple sauce) or 'grüne soße' (green sauce), T: +49 69 1534 5128. Zoom Glocal Dining at Frankfurt Airport: Our restaurant Zoom Glocal Dining at Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport is as multicultural as Frankfurt itself, T: +49 69 6435 1123 4.
What to Bring Home: A gift from far away
Discover the varied shopping world of Frankfurt Airport, which offers something for everyone. With brands like Rimowa, Massimo Dutti, MAC or Lego, you will surely find something for the ones who stayed at home, young and old, or just something for yourself.
Arts and Culture
THE STÄDEL MUSEUM – 700 YEARS OF ART Established as a civic foundation in 1815 by the banker and businessman Johann Friedrich Städel, the Städel Museum ranks as Germany’s oldest museum foundation. Under a single roof, its collection offers a virtually complete survey of seven hundred years of European art from the early fourteenth century to the present, with focuses on the Renaissance, the Baroque, early Modern art and much more. The holdings encompass altogether 3,100 paintings, 660 sculptures, more than 4,600 photographs and more than 100,000 drawings and prints.
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.
Römer and Römerberg
Since 1405 the Römer has served as Frankfurt's city hall and is today the seat of the city's Lord Mayor. The Römer is a medieval building and one of the city's most important landmarks.
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.
One of the most important exhibition venues in Europe.
Food + Drink
Serves traditional German fare from 11am – 24 am.
Modern Japanese cuisine.
Thai & Turf Steakhouse
Serves Thai food and steaks Dinner.
Trattoria i Siciliani
Mediterranean, Italian cuisine.
City Center of Mainz and Gutenberg museum
Mainz, which is famous for Gutenberg and known as a media city, is about 30 minutes away and located at the Rhine river. The collections of Gutenberg Museum include printing equipment and examples of printed materials from many cultures.
City Center of Wiesbaden with Kurhaus and Casino
Not far is the capital of Hesse with the Kurhaus, which serves as the city's convention centre and Wiesbaden's Spielbank, one of the most famous and traditional casinos of Germany.