Start your day with a walk along the river Main, which flows directly behind the InterContinental Frankfurt. Follow the river to the Roemerberg, the central square in the picturesque Old Town where you will find Frankfurt's City Hall, the Roemer. Continue walking to the Paulsplatz, where you will find the beautifully restored birthplace of Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Germany's famous writer and poet. A little further up the road you will find Cafe Karin. It's a colourful place offering a wide breakfast selection, fresh cakes as well as various snacks throughout the day. Local artists show examples of their artwork there.
Discover the "Kleinmarkthalle" - Frankfurt's best location for buying fresh vegetables, fruit, fish, meat and a great variety of exotic foods. Enjoy a delicious afternoon snack at one of the market stands. From there it's only a short and pleasant walk to the "Alte Oper" (Old Opera House) where you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with cake on the terrace of the restaurant "Opera". Enjoy the stunning view of Frankfurt's famous skyline from this unusual location. Frankfurt's nickname, 'Mainhattan', is a good indication of what to expect.
Enjoy a fanstatic evening at the English Theatre, which is the largest English-speaking theare in continental Europe. Watch the stunning musical performance of international talents. The InterContinental Frankfurt offers regularly all-inclusive musical packages to create unforgettable experiences. These packages include the musical tickets for the best seating category, a 2-course menu in the Signatures Veranda Restaurant and an overnight stay in a Superior Room including breakfast. Our Concierge is happy to provide you more information!
The history of this local almond and marzipan delicacy dates back to the early 19th century. It's named after city councillor Simon Moritz von Bethmann. The three almonds symbolise his three sons.
The viniculture at the hills of the Lohrberg is dating back to the 9th century. Nowadays, the Lohrberger Hang is the last vineyard in Frankfurt. The wine is used and sold at Frankfurt's city hall the "Roemer". Enjoy a magnificent view of Frankfurt and the Rhein/Main region from the wine yard hills.
Founded more than 30 years ago, the English Theatre in Frankfurt is the largest English-speaking theatre in continental Europe. It has become a recognised cultural institution in the greater Rhine-Main region thanks to the consistently high standards of its productions, its international flair and its role as a meeting place for people of all nationalities.