Landmarks and places to see in Frankfurt
Zeil is a street in the northern city centre of Frankfurt am Main. Since the end of the 19th century it has been regarded as one of the best-known and best-selling shopping streets in Germany.
The Staedel Museum in Frankfurt am Main is one of the most important German art museums. Its collection comprises more than 4000 paintings from the Middle Ages to Modernism and contemporary art.
The Main Tower has five basement floors and 56 upper floors as well as two publicly accessible viewing platforms that can be walked on for a fee, with the lower platform only accessible to persons with reduced mobility.
Goethe House (Goethe Home and Museum)
The Goethe House in the city centre of Frankfurt am Main was the residence of the Goethe family until 1795.
The Commerzbank Tower is a skyscraper in the city centre of Frankfurt am Main. Construction began in 1994 and opened in 1997. With 259 metres and 65 floors, the Commerzbank Tower is the tallest skyscraper in Germany and one of the tallest buildings in Europe
Trade Fair Visit is not a regular Business Trip. You still need a Flight Ticket and if lucky you chose from two or more air carriers. Transport is bookable the same way, no matter if it is a Train or Car hire or a Transfer. Travel insurance is nowadays just a click away, but here comes the difference – the Hotel accommodation. You check a few online accommodation web sites, but the same hotel you booked last time is either much more expensive or not available. EXPOROOMS constantly monitors the hotel rates and availability during the busiest Exhibitions and Fairs. We do not promise to cut the regular hotel rates twice, what we deliver to our clients are the best available hotel offers that the fair host city hides.