Frankfurter MesseThe city is also known as a convention centre. Annually, a number of major exchanges are held in the city's grand conference hall, the Frankfurter Messe. Examples include the International Automobilausstellung, and the Frankfurter Buchmesse, the largest book fair in the world. Buchmesse takes place in October each year and is a must-see for book lovers. Book a B&B from Bed and Breakfast Frankfurt close to the fair and enjoy yourself with books and coffee for days.
MuseumsuferfestFrankfurt is known as a business centre, but there is so much more to do. The city has a number of interesting museums that you can discover in the last weekend of August during the Museumsuferfest. During this weekend, museums are open late and organise all kinds of activities. On the River Main, dragon boat races are held and a large fireworks show is organised.
Fairs, events and funNot everybody knows it, but this city is a dream world for fairy-lovers. The 'Wäldchestag' is organised annually in the Pentecost weekend. This fair starts on Pentecost Saturday and lasts until Tuesday. Because many companies and shops are closed during these days, the Wäldchestag is also known as "The National Holiday Day of Frankfurt". The Dippemess is organised twice a year, a fairground where various market stalls can be found.
A B&B; the perfect staySince Frankfurt is one of the busiest cities in Europe, it may take a while to arrive at your destinations in the metropolis. Fortunately, Bed and Breakfast Frankfurt's accommodations are always centrally located so that you can explore the city without spending unneeded time getting to your destinations.