Frankfurt is a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. Home to multiple banks and global businesses, skyscrapers and Europe’s third largest state-of-the-art airport, fascinating museums, a surprising variety of culinary highlights, parks and wide open green spaces. On your visit to Frankfurt this autumn, make sure to also include the following experiences:

Visit the Städel Museum for the Roederstein exhibition

Ottilie Roederstein was an outstanding female artists of her time, around 1900 and her work is closely linked to the city of Frankfurt. Youll find elements from the Old Masters along with Impressionist, Symbolist and Neo-Saxons in her work. Currently, her work titled  “Self. Determined.” is on view at the Städel.

Timings: Tuesday-Sunday, all day long.

Dates: 20 July – 16 October 2022

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Enjoy the Apple Wine Festival

The Apple Wine Festival is the celebration of the apple season in Frankfurt. A collection of comedy events and live music are here to accompany you for the festival.

With everything apple related : right from the apple wine to the apple sausages and apple sauce, Frankfurt gets you the best of the season!

Timings: 11 a.m. onwards

Dates: 12 – 21 August 2022

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Have a blast at this autumns Dippemess

The Dippemess is a traditional fair that dates back to the 14th century. The colourful fair open to the public is held at Frankfurts main fairground and has large exciting rides for everyone. It is Frankfurts largest fair, with over 2.5 million visitors each year. So this autumn, take a fun ride at the Dippemess!

Timings: All day

Dates:  9 – 18 September 2022

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Swing to the tunes of Peter Maffay – a rock n roll silver fox, famous singer+composer

Peter Maffay is visiting Frankfurt for his 50th anniversary tour. His band has recorded 17 new tracks which will surely make you swing! Celebrating on stage, Peter Maffay is here with a concert of a lifetime.

Timing: 8pm onwards

Date: 10 September 2022

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Take a tour of the Eintracht Museum

If youre a football fan, the Eintracht Museum is a must-visit for you! Eintracht Museum is located right next to the main stands in the stadium and brings the clubs history to life. The exhibition shows the Eintrachts exciting development with a view to sports-related, social, political and cultural aspects. The club has been associated with the city for over 120 years.

Timings : Tuesday – Sunday. 10am – 6pm

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