As the European capital of tech and finance, a business trip to Frankfurt can quickly become a trip of a lifetime with a tour through Germany on one of our luxurious leather-seated mini coaches. Our Frankfurt-based drivers understand the unique needs of business travelers and are dedicated to making sure groups see the best of Germany, while also remaining on schedule and within budget, two considerations that you won’t find with public transport.
WHY FRANKFURT? – From the outdoor markets of the historic Romerberg neighborhood to the upscale restaurants and museums of the modern city center, there are endless things to see and do in between conference panels. Along with endless entertainment within town, there are also plenty of day trips not far from the borders of the city with the borders of France and Luxembourg just a couple of hours west.
TRADE FAIRS – The city is a hub of commerce, culture, finance, technology, research, and so many other industries. It’s no wonder it plays host to so many global conferences and conventions. There are plenty of opportunities within the city for corporate events and networking in style like the clever “Aircraft” event space or Dinner in the Sky, a unique option that lifts a dining area for 22-people into the air using a 120-ton crane.
HANOVER – The city of Hanover is full of attractions and entertainment, but the biggest draw are the numerous parks and gardens that offer ample opportunity to take in the sunshine and good weather of southern Saxony. Along with its endless greenspace, Hanover also boasts quaint pedestrian-friendly areas such as the Kröpcke, a square in the city center that acts as the center for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
DUSSELDORF – Home to Europe’s most luxurious shopping street, Dusseldorf is one of the continent’s most underrated fashion destinations. For those not looking to shop, there are plenty of ways to pass an afternoon from visiting the Schloss Benrath to grabbing an altbier from the Altstadt.
FRANCE – Just under two hours from the French border, Frankfurt is the perfect starting point for a tour through Northern France. In one day groups can visit the impressive and imposing Notre Dame de Strasburg, walk the entirety of the charming medieval village of Riquewihr, and catch a football game at the stadium in Nancy.