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New RheinMainCard and documenta14 in Kassel – 2017 highlights!

April 29, 2017 Destination Europe No Comments Email Email

The Frankfurt Rhine-Main region now has a brand new amenity card. Read all about it and don`t miss writing about one of the most important art exhibitions in the world, documenta14 in Kassel, taking place this year.

The brand new RheinMainCard

Our new amenity card (launched in March 2017) helps you discover the region for next to nothing! The RheinMainCard offers attractive discounts at more than 40 recreational and cultural establishments, simultaneously providing holders with free and unlimited use of the Rhine-Main Transport Association (RMV) facilities throughout the entire RMV network. The RheinMainCard is available as either an individual ticket or a group ticket (22€ for individual travelers and 46€ for groups of up to five people) and is the perfect way to experience the region at great value for money.

Read more about the conditions and the points of sale here or see the PDF in the download area of this press release.

documenta14 and anniversary in Kassel

This summer, the fairy-tale city of Kassel will be booming with great events. Two of the highlights are the world-famous art exhibition documenta14, the 14thof its kind, which only takes place once every five years, and the 300-year anniversary of the Hercules monument. documenta14, one of the most significant exhibitions of contemporary art worldwide, will open on June 10, 2017, and run until September 17, 2017. The Hercules celebration will take place at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, a magnificent park that is home to an eight-meter statue of the city’s hero. Additionally, there will be an exhibition of Hercules iconography in the Wilhelmshöhe Castle from March 31 to October 8, 2017, including graphics, statues and paintings.

Hesse’s biggest farmers’ market in Hanau

The birthplace of the famous Brothers Grimm does not only present great shopping opportunities, such as the “Forum Hanau” mall with its more than 90 stores. The city is also the arena for the biggest farmers’ market in the region of Hesse: more than 100 stalls selling food, drinks and various artifacts await guests at the “Neustädter Marktplatz” every Wednesday and Saturday. Before embarking on your trip along the Fairy Tale Route or the German Half-Timbered House Road, both starting in Hanau, make sure to inform yourself about the great events taking place there throughout the year, such as the Brothers Grimm or the Lamboy Festival!

The German Half-Timbered House Road

Germany is renowned for its half-timbered houses and there are countless examples in almost every German city or town throughout the country. But did you know that there is an official route called the German Half-Timbered House Road leading from the Elbe River in the north, through various federal states of Germany, to the Black Forest in the South? The road will also take you through many highlights of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region, such as the Spessart and Taunus areas, and the Offenbach and the Rhine areas. See attractions like the Büdingen Castle, Frankfurt Höchst, Gelnhausen, Limburg, Dreieich or Seligenstadt, to mention but a few.

Our press kit with more information on the highlights of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region is available in the download area of the press release.

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