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Bornheim and Ostend are in the east part of Innenstadt of Frankfurt. The Frankfurt Zoo is nearby, there are also many good restaurants in this area, like El Pacifico, Jesse James,Oosten, Berger Streetfood - Fusion Sushi, Heroes Premium Burgers, Bei Frau Nanna, Ginkgo, Restaurant Fonda De Santiago, Pirosmani Frankfurt, and Frankfurter Küche. You could also visit sports bars, Irish bars, and tapas bars after work to relax, such as Destino Tapasbar & Restaurant, Four Corners, and YOUR Sports Bar.
Gallusis an upscale residential and commercial hub, where the skyscraper Tower 185 is located. There is a bar and restaurant at the top which is 200 meters high. In the Skyline Plaza mall houses, there are also various fashion stores and fast-food spots. For example, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Pizzeria 7 Bello, Holzofenpizza ENGEL - Pizzeria ENGEL Frankfurt, Central Grill, Balkan Grill, Mogador Frankfurt, and Burger for U.
Offenbach is on the left bank of the Main River, it is a part of Frankfurt’s urban area and the larger Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area. There are lots of international restaurants in the commercial part of town serving tasty meals. During your lunch break, you could easily walk into any of them and enjoy the food made from fresh ingredients. For example, Tafelspitz & Söhne, Restaurant Nagoya, Morleos, and Nazar Kebap & Grillhaus.
Why rent a Meeting room in Frankfurt?
Frankfurt is a world-leading location for finance, industry, and commerce. Here you will find various regulatory authorities with influence spreading all over Germany, Europe, and even the world. For example, the European Central Bank (ECB), the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), the European Insurance and Occupational Pension Authority (EIOPA), the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF), the Federal Financial Market Stabilization Agency (FMSA), and the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB).
Frankfurt owns one of continental Europe’s most pivotal train, airports, and motorway links for local and international transport connections. For your startup or as a larger company owner in Frankfurt, your clients and colleagues will be able to easily access one of our fully equipped meeting rooms via ShareYourSpace in this centrally located financial capital in Germany.
ShareYourSpace provides you with all kinds of meeting rooms in Frankfurt. From our homepage, you can expect flexible rental contracts to rent from one hour on. The well-designed and decorated conference rooms are also equipped with high-quality digital devices, printing services, and kitchens. No matter whether you will meet your client, or your team will have an event here, there will be at least one temporary flexible meeting room that fulfills your requirements.
A strong local network is another thing you would also expect by renting a meeting room from us. With nearly 100 locations to choose in Frankfurt, you will easily find those meeting rooms which are located next to your office or some other attractive building. We have providers whose properties are located on the opposite of the Westend Tower, between Platz der Republik and the Alte Oper. This popular banking location is in the center of Frankfurt, next to the central station.
If you are looking for the ideal conference room in Frankfurt, please feel free to search on our online database and reserve directly through our convenient reservation system. It is easy to search and book. Our Space Guides are also prepared to answer any of your questions and help you out to conduct your business meetings.
What to do in Frankfurt
Walk around as a Tourist…
Frankfurt is not only famous as a financial center, it also has a long history with many historical sites, museums, and galleries that attract a high amount of German and international tourists to visit this city.
DThe Städel Museum (Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie) is a world-class museum in Frankfurt with an excellent collection of paintings from the 14th century. You can find the works from old masters as well as those from later centuries. For example, Rembrandt, Goya, Monet, Picasso, Degas, and more.
If you are a history or art lover, the Museum District (Museumsufer) of Frankfurt will make you feel like heaven. It is located on the south and north banks of the Main River. You will find many museums here with exhibitions for different periods and schools, like the Städel Art Museum we have mentioned, the Museum der Weltkulturen which showcases world cultures, the Städtische Galerie Liebieghau which houses collections of ancient sculptures of Asian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.
These museums are also worth visiting: the Icon Museum which is Ikonen-Museum der Stadt Frankfurt am Main in German, the German Architecture Museum (Deutsches Architekturmuseum), the Film Museum (Deutsches Filminstitut), and the Museum of Applied Art (Museum Angewandte Kunst).
Hessian culinary delights to try out...
Like many other cities in Germany, Frankfurter Würstchen must be on the top of the list for the highly recommended local food. The pork and beef sausages are cooked in boiling water for several minutes or baked on the fire, then served with mustard, horseradish, and slices of white bread.
Different from the rest of the inhabitants in Germany who have a passion for beer, the local people in Frankfurt are more interested in Äppelwoi, which is apple wine and cider. Compared with similar drinks in the US or UK, the Frankfurt Äppelwoi tastes, tart, and refreshing, especially in the typical Schoppen glass.
Frankfurter Kranz is the shape of the ring of this popular cake in German. It usually has three layers with buttercream and cherry or strawberry jam inside, and caramelized nuts outside.