Autumn in Frankfurt

Colorful leaves are falling from the trees, the sun is reflected in the skyline and bathes the city in orange light and in the cafes you can warm up quite comfortably with a freshly brewed coffee - it is autumn in Frankfurt. Whether it's a visit to one of the many parks, a walk along the Main River, a little shopping tour or one or the other exhibition in one of Frankfurt's many museums, the autumn season is perfect for exploring the Main metropolis in good or bad weather.

Culture + Events

Skylight Tour


Fascinating it is, the Frankfurt skyline - especially when it slowly dawns and finally gets dark, the Frankfurt silhouette shines and glows so beautifully that the starry sky could become envious.

The Art of Banksy - "Without Limits"


Unauthorised exhibition

Around the world, the street art of the anonymous British artist Banksy polarises and inspires. After the exhibition "The Art of Banksy - Without Limits" celebrated great success in the Middle East, Australia, Asia, the USA and Europe with over 1.4 million visitors, Frankfurt now joins the growing list of global cities where his creativity is celebrated through the exhibition. From 21 April, fans can experience his iconic works up close in the exhibition "The Art of Banksy - Without Limits" for the first time in Germany, at Frankfurt's Zeil 121.

TimeRide Frankfurt

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Discover culinary Frankfurt

Around the World in the “Kleinmarkthalle”: Are you hungry for a warm pumpkin soup or Frankfurter sausages? You can find everything you need for a relaxed cooking evening as well as food from all over the world in Frankfurt’s indoor market hall “Kleinmarkthalle”. Enjoy!

Frankfurt Green Sauce

with hard-boiled eggs and boiled potatoes

Frankfurt Green Sauce is served cold over hard-boiled eggs and boiled potatoes. It is made of seven different kinds of herbs: borage, chervil, cress, parsley, salad burnet, sorrel and chives.

The most famous myth is that green sauce was Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's favourite dish, invented by his mother. Actually, the first green sauce recipe was published in 1860 in a cookbook by Wilhelmine Rührig, but Frankfurt locals love to connect their favourite fare to the renowned author, who was born in Frankfurt.


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