@ #visitfrankfurt, Goesta Ruehl,

14 Dec 2018

Celebrating Frankfurt’s Reborn Old Town: A Party for the Ages & Stunning New Places to Meet

Frankfurt not only knows how to meet in style, but it also knows how to party. 

The unveiling of the reconstructed Old Town hailed the history and future of this long-popular area –now welcoming people to meet in new ways.

Here’s a photo tour to give you a feel for the excitement and possibilities.

 

 

On the opening weekend a dramatic drone light show brought the new Old Town area to life through a brilliant and clever display of color, form and movement.

 

 

 

Fans enjoyed music and also poured into recently opened wine bars and restaurants during launch weekend.

 

 

 

Unveiling events gave a royal and fun nod to the area’s history as the spot for the crowning of kings.

 

 

The new Stadthaus am Markt (Municipal Hall) reflects the authentic half-timber style of Frankfurt’s historic buildings, yet brings fresh meeting space for up to 199 attendees. A truly special feature is the Archeological Garden -- incorporated into the interior design - which reveals original Roman ruins that still lie beneath today’s Old Town.

 

 

Offering multiple spaces to learn and mingle - including this "panorama room" - the new Evangelische Akademie ( Evangelical Academy) accommodates 600+ guests (total) looking out over picturesque and charming rooftops.

 

 

The new Haus am Dom (House at the Cathedral) gives up to 560 delegates (total) incredible views of Frankfurt landmarks - especially from the roof top terrace which can host a reception for 150 revelers.

 

 

A bird's eye view of the revitalized Old Town shows a melding of history and new beginnings - all within a "stone's throw" of the River Main and its Museum Embankment which also offers interesting places to meet, dine, and of course, cruise.

 

To find out more about the dynamic happenings and meeting spaces in the new Old Town drop a line to the Frankfurt Convention Bureau team or check out their website