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Where to go after Achema trade fair closes

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Where to go after Achema trade fair closes

Wer nach nach Messeschluss die Achema verlässt, hat keine Langeweile. Frankfurt bietet wieder eine ganze Menge spannender Unterhaltung.
Wer nach nach Messeschluss die Achema verlässt, hat keine Langeweile. Die Frankfurt am Main bietet eine ganze Menge spannender Unterhaltung. Bild: Manuel Schönfeld –

Frankfurt again at last – Anyone leaving Achema after the fair has closed will not be bored. The Main metropolis once again offers a whole host of exciting entertainment. And of course the physical well-being is also taken care of. We have put together some tips for you.


On the ship – Skylight-Tour

From 21:00, the lights of the city can be experienced from the ship. The illumination of the „Frankfurt City Space“ is a new concept by the city council. The lighting traces shapes and highlights prominent places and buildings. Striking buildings, but also quay walls, solitary trees, rows of plane trees and groups of trees, individual light art objects and above all the seven Main bridges are illuminated. The Raft Bridge in the east and the Peace Bridge in the west form the conclusion of the Main embankment illumination.

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Open Air Concert – HR-Sinfonieorchesters and European Central Bank

The hr-Sinfonieorchester invites you to the Open Air with the European Central Bank. In the extraordinary atmosphere of Frankfurt’s Main embankment, you can expect a summery concert evening at the Weseler Werft.

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Go West V – Inner City – An urban open-air festival of thoughts and feelings
Between 09.06. and 04.09.2022, the non-profit ora da! e.V. invites you to the urban open-air festival „Go West V – Inner City“ at the Güneş Theatre (Gallusviertel). The total of 50 events from a wide range of artistic disciplines will give visitors of all ages emotional and spiritual insights into the different facets of the cultures and movements we experience in our cities.
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Festival-Summer in the City 2022

Summer in the City 2022 will once again offer top-class acts at one of Frankfurt’s most beautiful venues: the music pavilion of the Palmengarten. There, whatever the weather, we present singer-songwriters as well as contemporary music at the interface between folk, jazz and avant-garde and a reading.
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If you have some time left, Frankfurt’s Museumsufer is a must. It’s a wonderful place to stroll along the banks of the Main and the museums are lined up with exhibition after exhibition. We present a small selection:

  • The exhibition „Eine Stadt macht mit“ (A city joins in) from 9 December 2021 to 11 September 2022 at the Historisches Museum Frankfurt takes visitors to around 20 typical urban locations such as the town hall, street, university, shop or court. The stories presented there make clear how National Socialism shaped the city of Frankfurt and the everyday life of its inhabitants. The exhibition deals with participation, but never loses sight of the resistance or the consequences for the individual lives of those persecuted.
  • At the Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum, the exhibition „Im Tiefenrausch – Film unter Wasser“ can be visited until 8 January 2023. Mysterious wrecks and enchanting mermaids, friendly dolphins and giant white sharks, obsessive deep-sea divers and daredevil submarine captains: film discovered the fantastic worlds and creatures lurking beneath the water’s surface early on.  The exhibition space is transformed into a shimmering blue moving-image aquarium that makes the central motifs and themes of underwater film tangible to the senses. 
  • „ON AIR. 100 Years of Radio“ is the theme of the Museum für Kommunikation. The exhibition can be visited until 28 August 2022.
  • The Städel Museum presents paintings by the painter Ottilie W. Roederstein until 16 October 2022. Ottilie W. Roederstein (1859-1937) devoted her entire life to art. As a freelance portrait painter she was one of the most successful artists of her time. Through her work, she achieved financial independence and gained social freedom that was denied to most of her contemporaries.

Senckenberg Nature Museum

The permanent exhibition in this large natural history museum is already impressive. You can see dinosaur skeletons, insects, birds, fish and mammals of all kinds. New additions are the  themed rooms „Deep Sea“ and „Marine Research“.  The deep sea is the largest habitat on earth – about 50 percent of the entire earth’s surface lies below 1000 metres depth in the ocean. Despite the extreme living conditions, the deep sea is home to organisms that have adapted in many different ways: from the giant squid and the pelican eel to the blue-green shining brittle stars and the „alarm jellyfish“.  The new exhibition rooms make it possible to experience the deep sea with all the senses. 

Until 30 October 2022, visitors can also experience the special show  „Rock Fossils on Tour“.  Scientifically and didactically exciting, the „Rock Fossils“ exhibition presents realistic models of fossils named after the „Who’s Who“ of the music world: Sid Vicious, „Lemmy“ Kilmister, Mick Jagger, King Diamond, Cannibal Corpse and many others. The sometimes bizarre exhibits range from finely crafted lifelike models to an oversized two-metre fossil couch made of leather. Visitors can listen to the sound of the rock stars at listening stations. 

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Enjoy the view from the Main Tower

The Main Tower offers an impressive view of the Frankfurt skyline. From March to October, the observation deck is even open to visitors until 11 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

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  • Frankfurter Äpfelwein Botschaft, Eschborner Landstr. 154, Tel. 069 74305677
  • Ban Thai Restaurant, Leipziger Straße 26, Tel. 069 772675, very good Thai restaurant in the Bockenheim district, 1.5 km from the trade fair centre
  • Vai Vai, Grüneburgweg 16, Tel. 069 90559305, Italian restaurant in urban industrial design.
  • Trattoria Amici, Bettinastr. 17–19, Tel. 069 74093175, red and white checked tablecloths, dark wooden furniture, photos on the walls. Italian Dolce Vita in the Westend near the trade fair centre.
  • Margarete, Braubachstr. 18–22, Tel. 069 13066501, Perfect address for a special evening in Frankfurt’s old town.
  • Restaurant Edelweiss, Schweizer Str. 96, 069 619696, a few hours‘ holiday in Austria in the middle of Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen.
  • Die Werkskantine, Orber Str. 4a, Tel. 069 41674151, Modern Frankfurt cuisine and petrol talks in urban restaurant-café with a view of two classic car workshops
  • Kisu Sushi Bar & Vietnamesisches Restaurant, Jahnstraße 51, Tel. 069 91508855, centrally located, sushi and Vietnamese specialities
  • Atschel, Wallstr. 7, Tel. 069 619001, one of the oldest and most popular apple wine taverns in Sachsenhausen with typical Hessian specialities
  • Zum Eichkatzerl, Dreieichstr. 29, Tel. 069 617480, cosy Frankfurt cider and food restaurant in Alt-Sachsenhausen
  • Thai & Turf, Mörfelder Landstraße 235, Tel. 069 20327525, Thai culinary art is combined with North American surf and turf tradition in this quaint restaurant in Sachsenhausen.

Bars and Cafés

  • Alex Skyline Plaza, Europa-Allee 6, Bar on the roof of the Skyline Plaza shopping centre directly at the trade fair. Spectacular view of the Frankfurt skyline.
  • Bitter & Zart, Chocolaterie & Salon, Braubachstr. 14, Tel. 069 94942846
  • Wacker’s Kaffee Geschäft, Kornmarkt 9, Tel. 069 287810
  • O’Reilly’s Irish Pub, Am Hauptbahnhof 4, Pub at the main station with big screens for watching football as well as karaoke.
  • 22nd Lounge & Bar, Neue Mainzer Straße 66-68, exclusive club atmosphere in the Innside Hotel
  • Logenhaus, Finkenhofstr. 17, elegant nostalgia bar in late classicist building with cocktails



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