Frankfurt is considered the world's largest trade fair organizer. Apart from the many exciting trade fairs, you can celebrate very well in Frankfurt. Over a hundred markets, street festivals, traditional folk festivals and open-air events take place every year.
Particularly interesting trade fairs at a glance:
Frankfurt Book Fair (October) - the world's largest marketplace for books, formnext in Frankfurt am Main (October) - trade fair for additive manufacturing technologies, Materials Handling Middle East (November).
Frankfurt also has numerous festivals worth seeing:
Wäldchestag (June), Mainfest (July), Swiss Street Festival (July), Apple Wine Festival (August), Berger Markt (August), Bernemer Kerb (August), Christmas Market on the Römerberg (December)"
Take a relaxing stroll across the Römerberg, the historic market square in the heart of Frankfurt. Here you can marvel at numerous reconstructed half-timbered houses that reflect the old style of the city. Also visit the Kaiserdom, the largest sacred building in the city. It is considered one of the most important examples of German Gothic architecture. A visit to the Main Tower offers a breathtaking view over Frankfurt. At 200 meters, the skyscraper is one of the tallest buildings in Germany. If you want to relax from the hectic city life, we recommend a visit to the Palmengarten. The Palmengarten is a large botanical garden in the West End of Frankfurt and a popular destination - not only for locals, but also for tourists. Here you can discover a variety of exotic plants and flowers. The Goethe House is not only the birthplace of the famous German writer and poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, but also allows you to gain insight into his life. Art enthusiasts will enjoy themselves at the Städel Museum; it is considered one of the most important art museums in Germany and houses an extensive collection of works from the Middle Ages to the present day.