There is plenty to discover in this pulsing city. The old-town of Frankfurt has been recently restored and is now again welcoming visitors from all over the world in its typically timber-housing atmosphere. Just around the corner the "Alte Nikolai Kirche" and the "Alte Oper" will attract you by their unique architecture and cultural wealth, like the modern Frankfurt Downtown with its skyscrapers.
2019 - an exeptional year for art lovers in Frankfurt at Städel Museum! With more than 3,100 paintings, 660 sculptures, over 4,600 photographs and over 100,000 drawings and prints, the Städel collection provides a rich survey of 700 years of European art. Join Picasso, Lotte Laserstein and an exceptional Van Gogh exhibition at one of Frankfurts most famous museum!
Also a perfect location for park sleep and fly if using Frankfurt Airport as the Hotel is located in Niederrad with very good public Transportation to Frankfurt international Airport or aproximately 20 Euro with a regular taxi.
Visit Sachsenhausen with it's Vibrant Pub and Restaurant Scene and get one of the traditional local drinks "aeppelwoi" which is an apple wine and very famous throughout the Country.
Enjoy Frankfurt City Forest located just next to the hotel for peacuful walks in the nature. For sportier options, grab one of our jogging route plans in the lobby.
The Deutsche Bank Park is the local stadium for football matches and events like concerts.
DAM, the very first architecture museum in Europe, opened in 1984. It stages changing exhibitions devoted to national and international architecture and urban planning themes.
Thanks to Frankfurt’s central situation within Europe, the city quickly became a hub of international trade from its earliest days. As a result, it has a long history of rich cultural diversity. Since Frankfurt’s citizens travelled widely, they also developed a keen interest in the core scholarly and scientific issues of their day. That interest is reflected in the Weltkulturen Museum’s collection, which today facilitates and supports the museum’s role as a key location for intercultural exchang
Old Sachsenhausen attracts visitors with its rustic apple wine pubs, historical timber-frame houses and narrow laneways. Frankfurt’s going-out district is a great place to enjoy a glass or two of Frankfurt apple wine.
MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt/Main is one of the world’s most important museums of contemporary art and, despite being a relative newcomer on the scene, has in the space of less than two decades established a firm place for itself in the international museum scene.
Behind the historical facade of the previous Frankfurt Opera House lies one of the most outstanding concert halls of major importance, way beyond the borders of Germany. The visitor is offered a high-quality program in all sections of music: classical music, jazz and world-wide famous musical and show productions.
The Großer Feldberg ("Great Field Mountain") is, at a height of 879.5 metres, the highest elevation of the Taunus mountains, and of the entire Rhenish Massif. It is situated in the Hochtaunuskreis district in Hessen, Germany. The Feldberg/Taunus transmitter mast is set at the top of the mountain. A lookout tower affords long-distance views onto the Taunus hills to the North and West and over and beyond the Rhein-Main plain to the South and East. A restaurant and a small hut offer food and drink
Rheingau is one of 13 designated German wine regions (Weinbaugebiete) producing quality wines (QbA and Prädikatswein). It was named after the traditional region of Rheingau (meaning "Rhine district"), the wine region is situated in the state of Hesse, where it constitutes part of the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis administrative district. Although, making up only 3 percent of the total German vineyard area, Rheingau has been the source of many historically important innovations in German wine making, and
The Odenwald is a low mountain range in the German states of Hesse, Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg.