Press Releases

28. May 2019

Closure of the northern bank of the River Main in Frankfurt from August 2019

From 29th July 2019, certain sections of the Main Quay and Lower Main Quay between Lower Main Bridge (Untermainbrücke) and Old Bridge (Alte Brücke) will be closed off to traffic.

A Summer's Day in Frankfurt

If there’s one thing to be said about summer days in Frankfurt, it’s this: They are everything but boring! Oftentimes, the biggest problem is deciding what to actually do, a difficult proposition considering the countless options available. Now, should you ever encounter the same problem during your stay, here’s our tip for the perfect summer’s day in Frankfurt, starting with a bountiful breakfast and ending with a serene midnight stroll along the riverside. Our summertime motto? Outside is everything!

“New Frankfurt” – Between the Skyline and the Römerberg

Older than the city’s banking high-rises, newer than the old town centre: Frankfurt has the Bauhaus movement of the 1920s to thank for its very first high-rise … and the fitted kitchen.

17. May 2019

Conference and Congress Statistics 2018

Records tumble yet again for the local conference and congress industry

26. March 2019

Stars, Styles and Specialities

The Guide Michelin 2019 has just been released. This year’s edition sees two star-awarded restaurants returning to the city’s culinary honours list. Frankfurt naturally has much more to offer than sophisticated gourmet temples. All of the region’s chefs share a similar love of fresh produce and time-honoured recipes as well as a passion for cooking and the fine art of hospitality. The publicans of Frankfurt’s apple wine taverns are particularly renowned for their unique interpretations of cuisine and congeniality.

25. September 2018

“From the old, make new!” The project of the century is finally complete.

The New Old Town has brought a piece of Frankfurt history back to life!

05. September 2018

Discover Frankfurt!

What’s awaiting visitors in 2019?

19. June 2018

Major medical congresses to be held in Frankfurt

Reachability, infrastructure and quality of congress locations were key factors.

12. June 2018

Jewish Frankfurt

As a city that not only looks back on centuries of Jewish history but is also home to the third largest Jewish community in Germany, Frankfurt has once again become one of the places where Jewish culture plays an active part in city life. The heritage can be discovered in numerous places in Frankfurt, beginning at the cornerstones in the life of one of 20th century Frankfurt's most famous daughters: Anne Frank, who would be celebrating her 89th birthday on June, 12th