Your city trip to Frankfurt has been booked for weeks, and then this: with every day that your trip to “Mainhattan” draws closer, the likelihood of rain increases and the temperatures in the weather forecast drop. But you certainly shouldn’t let that spoil your excitement about your holiday because this metropolis in Hesse offers plenty of varied activities even for rainy days.
From once shady backstreets to a contemporary hotspot with cool restaurants and bars, Frankfurt’s Bahnhofsviertel has reinvented itself. No other neighbourhood is so diverse, exciting and contradictory.
There are few other cities where urbanity is so successfully and naturally combined with the rural as in Frankfurt. Modernity meets history. At almost every corner. And there are few other streets that so unmistakably stand for the development of the urban landscape as the world-famous shopping street in Frankfurt’s city centre – the Zeil.
Bahnhofsviertel is a district in the central region of Frankfurt am Main, where is located the Hauptbahnhof, the central train station. It is known as the paradise in Frankfurt or the Red Light District. It emerged and was developed between the years of 1891 and 1915 and is currently one of the densest districts of the financial capital of Germany.
Frankfurt, the commercial capital of Germany, has quite a few interesting facts and stories behind it. Let’s take a look at some of them here:
Gone are the days when only women went to beauty salons to be looked after and have their hair styled.
A group of people agrees to be locked away in order to get out. This is the basic concept of Exit Games.
Our employees reveal their favourite restaurants in four MEININGER cities. Bon appétit!
At almost all of the MEININGER locations, there are public barbecuing areas or other opportunities to eat delicious barbecue. Here are our tips.
Jenna zeigt uns einen Tag im Leben einer Weltenbummlerin und was sie in Frankfurt erlebt hat.