Frankfurt am Main and the Rhein-Main region are home to world-famous museums, renowned orchestras and a lively theatre, art and cultural scene. You can relax in one of the numerous spa and wellness facilities or take a walk in one of the wine-growing regions, Rheingau, Bergstrasse or Rheinhessen. If you prefer it a little bit more sporty we recommend a bike tour or a golf course in the low mountain ranges Taunus, Spessart or Odenwald. FrankfurtRheinMain offers you a wide range of cultural and leisure activities.
In FrankfurtRheinMain people from more than 180 different countries feel at home. They account for some 12% of the population in the entire region. In the city of Frankfurt am Main itself they even account for up to 28%. The metropolis unites different peoples and cultures better than almost any other city in the world does. The international atmosphere is strengthened by the fact that many Germans in the FrankfurtRheinMain region have also lived and gained experience abroad.
Our region enjoys a unique international flair comprised of diverse culture groups and the most well-connected airport in all Europe. It is not surprising that more and more companies from foreign countries settle in the region. FrankfurtRheinMain is the leading business location with the most headquarters of international companies in Germany and is weekly growing. It’s not only the booming economy which makes the region so attractive as a business location; it’s recreation areas and never ending adventures know how to amaze and surprise even its long-time inhabitants – over and over again.