Diversity, your name is FrankfurtRheinMain
With a population of about 5.5 million, the FrankfurtRheinMain Region is the second largest economic area in Germany. The region encompasses parts of three federal states and is one of the most dynamic and best performing economic regions in Europe. And yet FrankfurtRheinMain is so much more than just a successful business centre. The region is home to world-famous museums, well-known orchestras, and a lively theater, art, and cultural scene. Find relaxation in one of the numerous spa and wellness facilities, strolling through one of the winegrowing areas, on a cycle tour or on a golf course in the Taunus, Spessart, and Odenwald central mountain regions, or the Rheingau, Bergstrasse, Franconian or Rhein Hesse winegrowing regions. FrankfurtRheinMain offers a diverse range of cultural and leisure activities.
Culture à la carte
Trend-setting museums, top-flight orchestras and a lively theater, art and cultural scene await culture enthusiasts in FrankfurtRheinMain. From concerts to art collections, exhibitions and vernissages. The city of Frankfurt am Main is, without doubt, the centre of all cultural activities.
Irrespective of whether they prefer classical, jazz, rock or pop music, music lovers will find the right concert to suit their tastes in our region. There is also a wide range of exhibitions of visual arts: from contemporary paintings to pop art right up to the latest avantgarde art.
Wine regions for connoisseurs
Winegrowing is characteristic in the FrankfurtRheinMain region. In spite of only having some 3,000 ha of vines, Rheingau is one of the foremost winegrowing regions in Germany. The wine in our region, which is home to Riesling wines, has lead to UNESCO having declared parts of Rheingau as a world cultural heritage site. This is the first time that a large area in Germany has been acknowledged as a special mix of cultural and natural landscapes.
Wine is an important part of the culture in our region. The numerous wine festivals that take place between June and October are a social ritual bringing people together. Each wine community celebrates its own festival. Feel free to visit them to enjoy and appreciate the unique atmosphere.
RheinMain regional park: the green lung of the region
The RheinMain regional park is the green belt traversing the entire region. It links intact natural landscapes with cultural history and artistic projects. In doing so, it acts in the interests of both nature, landscape and monument protection, and agriculture and forestry. The 450 km network extends from the nature parks to Hesse Ried, from Wiesbaden to Hanau, and from Mainz, Bingen, Wiesbaden to Aschaffenburg and Miltenberg. The RheinMain regional park makes our region even more attractive and offers any number of leisure, relaxation and fun activities. Making living in the region a natural pleasure.