* This is a typical expression in Frankfurt.
It means, that the cidre (applewine) belongs in a special glass.
This is called "Gerippte".

Frankfurt, the small metropolis.

"Äppelwoi" (actually Apfelwein - apple wine - as pronounced in the regional dialect), the advertising scene, the stock exchange, international finance and - in terms of passenger figures - one of the world's busiest airport hubs are just some of the features that spring to mind when describing the multi-faceted city that is Frankfurt. Founded on the banks of the river Main – hence the name Frankfurt am Main – it is visibly proud of its US-style skyline, which has earned it the charming nickname "Mainhattan."

Tolerant and cosmopolitan

Frankfurt has more to offer than big-city lights and skyscrapers. Its open-minded and tolerant citizens leave visitors and newcomers from all cultural backgrounds with plenty of space to work, live and generally "do their own thing." And within just a few miles of the city centre, there is some beautiful, in parts mountainous scenery where you can simply relax or even improve your physical fitness level.

We know the "in" places to go

We're happy to prepare a profile of the city and its surrounds that is specifically geared to your employee's personal requirements and preferences, from offering insider tips on trendy eateries to highlighting select cultural offerings and things to do in your spare time. An up-to-date compilation of the latest and most topical information you are not going to find in any tourist guide. Just contact us ( E-Mail) and we'll send you a questionnaire to guide us in the right direction and find the best possible approach for your new member of staff.


Frankfurt facts and figures.

• Inhabitants: 680,534 (status December 2009)
• Population density: 2,733 people per square kilometre
• Share of foreign nationals: 165,369 – 24.3% (status   December 2009)
• Denominational orientation: Catholics: 24.9%,   Protestants: 23.8%, others: 51.3%
• Households: 362,234, of which 53% are single   households
• Companies: approx. 40,200
• Banks: more than 220 financial institutions, of which   more than 150 are foreign
• Deutsche Bundesbank: the HQ of the German central   bank have been in Frankfurt since 1957
• European Central Bank: Frankfurt has served as seat   of the ECB since 1998
• Schools: 149 general-education, 23 vocational, 8   international, 10 higher-education
• University: Goethe-Universität, with more than 33,371   students (2008), of whom approx. 6,000 come from   abroad
• Polytechnic: 8,905 students (2008)
• German National Library: its collection comprises   approx. 8.6 million items

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Des Stöffsche
    ins Gerippte.*