A perfect combination of business and life style in "Mainhattan"
Frankfurt is situated on the Main river and is one of the most important financial centers in continental Europe and home of the European Central Bank.
A modern and traditional mix form the city, especially skyscrapers hosting international banks, leading to the name “Mainhattan”. And just next to it, the old Frankfurt quarters, such as Sachsenhausen or the rebuilt town hall Römer, show the traditional Frankfurt. Here, one can enjoy typical German food and the local apple wine in cozy pubs and inns.
Frankfurt Airport is one of the largest and most important hubs in Europe. Airlines from all over the world take off and land here every minute, whizzing past the skyscrapers.
Close to Frankfurt is the Rheingau, where Germany’s best wines are growing along the river Rhine. An invitation to learn about the German Riesling cultivation, visit castles or monasteries, or the romantic town of Rüdesheim for wine tasting.
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
Guests of the traditional Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof reside in the heart of the historic old town. In the place where emperors were once crowned, there are now classically elegant or modern rooms with luxurious comfort. Conferences and meetings find a special and exclusive ambience in the renovated function rooms under the Green Meeting concept. The restaurants with magnificent terraces and views of Frankfurt’s bustling city centre offer special culinary delights ranging from highly awarded French haute cuisine to international creations. In the spacious spa with hammam, you can relax like in the Arabian Nights.
Hilton Frankfurt City City Centre
The Hilton Frankfurt City Centre is located directly in the centre of Frankfurt next to a park. The urban design of the rooms is reminiscent of New York loft living with large windows facing the park or the city centre. The two restaurants, one with a summer terrace and park view, serve regional and international cuisine – a piece of New York with a Frankfurt touch. Versatile meeting rooms and a column-free ballroom with foyer offer ideal conditions for all kinds of events. A large indoor pool and fitness centre round off the hotel’s facilities.
Scandic Frankfurt Museumsufer
The Scandic Hotel is located in the middle of the lively station district with a spectacular view of the skyline and the banks of the river Main. The relaxed ambience in Nordic design is also reflected in the modern, bright rooms. The hotel’s multi-award-winning sustainability concept promises smooth meetings in the newly designed conference area. The restaurant offers a mix of regional and international classics and a bar invites you to a relaxed evening of networking.
3 days/2 nights
This program is just one example of how we can design your individual group request. We customise the programs as desired.
Meet & Greet with guide at arrival and transfer to hotel
A guide meets the clients at the airport, takes them to the bus and accompanies the group to the hotel.
Lunch at hotel
Meeting at hotel
Sightseeing in historic tram
There are many ways to explore a city, but have you ever discovered a city exclusively with a colorful streetcar? With an expert guide, apple wine and pretzels, you can explore the vibrant banking metropolis without any traffic jams or crowds. A good party atmosphere is a matter of course and expressly desired and so the streetcar ride becomes a unique experience where sightseeing and event are atmospherically combined.
Dinner at restaurant Frankfurter Botschaft
While the boats pass by on the Main, you can experience a culinary break from city life here. The restaurant presents itself with a warm, pleasantly reduced interior design and an inviting, covered terrace with a view of the Westhafen. The fresh, regional and exceptional cuisine at the highest level serves delicious creations inspired by Frankfurt’s surroundings.
Breakfast at Hotel
Meeting at hotel
Lunch at hotel
Boat cruise on river Main
On this tour, the Main metropolis is experienced in all its diversity. Urban, glittering, lively and historic, Frankfurt presents itself from its best side: the water. Past the beautifully landscaped banks and the ECB, the modern side of the cosmopolitan city can be explored, but also historic mills and smaller towns can be discovered from the boat.
Dinner at restaurant Opera
The Opéra restaurant is located in the heart of Frankfurt’s city centre. The stylish restaurant interprets international classics with regional products according to the season. The restaurant is particularly impressive with its artfully designed interior, which can seat up to 400 guests. On the sun terrace you can enjoy the view of “Mainhattan”, the Frankfurt skyline.
Guided tour of Eberbach monestary
Go on a journey through the exciting times of the middle ages and discover the almost 900-year-old Cistercian Abbey and its eventful history as well as the former life in Eberbach Monastery. As early as 1136, 13 monks moved into the monastery, laid the foundation stone for wine production and quickly made Eberbach monastery one of the most important and largest monasteries in the country. A guide leads you through the different buildings and tells interesting secrets of the monastery. Would you have known, for example, that some scenes from the film “In the Name of the Rose” with Sean Connery were filmed in Eberbach Monastery?
Lunch at restaurant Klosterschänke
In Eberbach Monastery, the motto has always been to work hard, but also to enjoy. This is exactly what the monks lived by with their varied dishes, which still fit into the spirit of the times today. The cuisine at the Klosterschänke is regional, seasonal and meat-reduced. This creates a melange of tradition and an innovative, contemporary form of preparation. Enjoy a meal in the historical ambience on the grounds of Eberbach Monastery.
- Walking tour of Frankfurt as the banking metropole
- Guided tour of Frankfurt Airport
- Guided tour of selected museums
- City sightseeing tour
- E-bike tour along river Main
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