The term ‘bleisure’ might throw a curve on you; however, the fusion of leisure and business is armed to the teeth with lucrative benefits. A bleisure trip to the Gateway of Europe lets you explore the insight of the wonderland without compromising your corporate requirements. Without any doubt, you are here for business; however, blending it with the tendency to escape in capturing the fleeting beauty of Frankfurt will bring no harm. Glimmering with concrete skyscrapers, world-class ballet, well-curated museums to endless shopping opportunities, the Mainhattan on earth is sure to make you feel alive; even if it’s your business trip.
Spreading along the banks of the Main River, the city occupies a significant position in the German history. While you are here, take time to discover its real surroundings. Let’s enlist the vital things to do in Frankfurt to call it with the most buzzing word of the day ‘bleisure’:
What to Discover in Frankfurt
There’s something interesting in every corner of the land. The permanent attractions guarantee to keep you entertained all throughout your stay:
The Museum District: Lying on the south bank of the Main River, the Museum District stands pride with its priceless collection of separate museum. Its major highlight comprises the Museum of World Cultures that was founded in 1904 standing with more than 65,000 artifacts.
Main Tower: The skyline at Frankfurt would not have been so exciting without this distinctive Main Tower. Essentially, to get a unique feel of the Mainhattan, reach the observation platform that can only be reached via a lift. It lies 200 m above the street level. Don’t forget to prepare yourself to tackle the airport- kind security.
St. Bartholomew's Cathedral: Constructed in red sandstone, this roman cathedral stands out in this city of skyscrapers with its gothic style structure. Holding a major position in the cityscape, this imperial cathedral looks magnificent. The significant highlight here is grave-slab of King Günther von Schwarzburg who died in 1359. Don’t miss out to spot the beautiful Crucifixion by Hans Backoffen crafted in 1509. It lies beneath the tower and is sure to keep you awestruck.
Old Jewish Cemetery: Dating from the 13th century, this cemetery has withstood Nazi depredations. The Wand der Namen, the cemetery’s exterior western wall is a crucial highlight as it is beautifully dotted with metal cubes row upon row enlisting the names of 11000 Jews who sacrificed their lives in Holocaust. Never forget to carry your ID proof which you would be asked to deposit at the counter.
Städel Museum: A renowned art gallery in Frankfurt impresses every soul. Featuring outstanding European masterpieces of Renoir, Durer, Cézanne, Rubens, and Rembrandt, every step here is a joyful reverie. Each art piece displayed at the museum is so impressive that you could longingly stare them until time itself stood still.
So, visit the finesse Frankfurt for that corporate affair; however, don’t forget to bring leisure into it to pull out all the stops.