Of course, Frankfurt is also a banking metropolis. But that is not the only thing the city is known for.
The most important cultural themes here in Frankfurt am Main are:
Literature – Here you can walk in Goethe’s footsteps. The international book fair brings the world’s leading authors and publishers to our city each year. Many literary institutions are located in Frankfurt: The German National Library, the Literaturhaus Frankfurt, the Romanfabrik and the Goethehaus.
Architecture – The modern high-rise architecture is indeed unique in Germany. And the German Architecture Museum is definitely worth a visit.
Art – Städel, Das Liebighaus, Schirn Kunsthalle and numerous galleries and exhibitions create a rich offer for art lovers from all over the world. By the way, more than 400 works of art enrich the public space – a very “instagrammable” Environment.
Science – Frankfurt’s scientific tradition dates back to before the university was founded in 1914. The Johann Wolfgang Goethe University is one of the largest in Germany and its student life enriches many parts of the city.
Of course, food & drink are also part of the cultural experience. There are not many cities in Germany that on the one hand cultivate their genuine with passion specialties (Ebbelwoi, Grüne Sauce etc.) and on the other hand host top restaurants with cuisines from all over the world.