FrankfurtRheinMain is more than just Frankfurt’s skyline and its green surroundings you might spot first when flying over by plane. The greater Frankfurt region is a place you hear English, French, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese as well as German while walking down the street and there are scores of restaurants from different cultures; this is especially visible in Frankfurt’s Bahnhofs- viertel, where some of the coolest restaurants and clubs have popped up in recent years.
The region does work-life balance very well. In FrankfurtRheinMain you’re only a bike ride away from everything – even imposing trails can be found in the Taunus forest, home to Grimm’s tales, or in the Odenwald. Sloping terraced vine- yards, half-timbered houses and great wineries can be found along the river Rhein just a short train ride from the city of Frankfurt.
Apart from the stunning nature around the metropolis, Frankfurt offers prestigous museums, like the Städel Museum or the Museum für Angewandte Kunst, located along the embankment of the river Main.
When leaving Frankfurt south- wards you are heading towards Darmstadt. The world famous Mathildenhöhe, with its buildings, gardens and works of art is a UNESCO world heritage site and definitely a must-see. Besides that, the numerous cafes and bars make it a great place for a wander. Living here is fun and diverse, but it also means to be central to everything in Europe. See for yourself….