Its silhouette alone gives it away – Frankfurt is bursting with the flair of an international city

The skyline with the Messeturm tower and the skyscrapers of the large banks are the true symbol of the city on the river Main, and the reason behind Frankfurt's nickname "Mainhattan". With the German stock exchange, the European Central Bank and over 300 banks from all over the world, this 1,200-year-old trading and trade fair city is one of Europe's most important financial centers.

The cosmopolitan city of Frankfurt is surrounded by a host of historic towns and cities such as Aschaffenburg and Mainz, as well as elegant spa towns such as Bad Homburg v. d. H. and Wiesbaden. The imposing skyline, historic half-timbered old towns and elegant art nouveau architecture intermingle with castles and palaces, offering a new excursion for every day of the year.

The romantic river landscapes of the Rhine and Main and the hills of the Taunus, Vogelsberg and Spessart offer plenty of options for attractive excursions. Hiking, cycling or simply enjoying relaxed days in the great outdoors – it’s all possible in Frankfurt Rhine-Main. Frankfurt Rhine-Main is centrally located in the heart of Europe and is easy to get to via direct flights to Frankfurt Airport or the extensive motorway and rail networks.

Towns and Cities in Hessen

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