Frankfurt am Main has varied landscapes, historical and modern architecture, eventful history, relaxing thermal baths, regional delicacies and much more to offer. In the city, in the countryside or by the river, everyone discovers here what special features they can experience in their immediate surroundings. The ideal mix for day trips, holiday stays, city breaks or nature adventures can be found here.
The whole world in one city. The people of Frankfurt say this proverb with pride. The city has a liberal and cosmopolitan tradition. In Frankfurt, 90 percent of the world’s 194 states are represented. Of the almost 764,000 inhabitants, 30 percent have foreign roots. Where else can you find Afghan bolani, Turkish sulu köfte and Ethiopian injera just a few metres apart? Regardless of whether the parents’ origins are Turkish, Italian or Moroccan – anyone who lives and grew up here says: “I am a Frankfurter”.
Numerous Frankfurt specialities have become an integral part of city life. In addition to the Frankfurt dialect and culinary specialities such as Handkäs’ mit Musik (cheese with music) and Grüner Soße (green sauce), Stöffche, or apple wine, is particularly popular. Of course, it is best served in the original Bembel. The city’s many trade fairs, such as the Book Fair, also contribute to its international charm. Last but not least, it is the people in their mix of finance, business, science and culture that are typical of Frankfurt and unique in the republic.
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