Références de Frankfurt am Main
Immeubles situés près de interrogation, p. ex. Francfort-sur-le-Main et limitrophes
The urban appearance of Frankfurt am Main is dominated by its skyline, with skyscrapers that are among the highest buildings in Europe. For this reason, Frankfurt city centre is often called “Mainhattan”. The Rhine-Main airport, the stock exchange and the trade fair centre make Frankfurt an internationally recognised business and financial location. As well as the European Central Bank, numerous traditional banking companies have their headquarters here. As the birthplace of Goethe, Frankfurt also plays an important role in the German cultural scene. A number of important museums stretch along the banks of the River Main. Attractions include the German Film Museum, the German Architecture Museum and the world famous Städel Museum, all of which draw great numbers of visitors with their high-quality exhibitions. As well as modern architecture in the city centre and the Zeil, one of Germany’s most high-revenue shopping streets, Frankfurt also has a number of cosy corners with plenty of village flair on offer. There you will find rustic apple wine pubs, in which Hesse’s favourite drink can be enjoyed. The city not only has many green spaces, but also boasts the largest city forest in Germany. As the Rhine-Main metropolis, the traffic connections are ideal. Because the population of Frankfurt is much younger and more active than the German average, the trends of tomorrow are often seen here first in many different sectors.