Our redesigned offices in Frankfurt’s central business district were once the headquarters of the European Central Bank. There’s a calm, supportive but productive atmosphere in the office.
We’re close to plenty of cafés, restaurants and banks. This means there’s plenty of choice at lunchtimes, from Italian and Turkish to Indian, Chinese and Pakistani food. You’ll also find excellent public transport links, with the nearest underground station just a few minutes’ walk away.
Frankfurt’s a lively city that’s full of culture. The museum embankment (Museumsufer) has thirteen museums, covering everything from film and architecture, to applied arts and Jewish history.
For exciting nightlife, you’ll find lots of bars and music venues (Frankfurt’s where techno music started). And sports fans can watch the Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt. It’s also the venue for Ironman Germany.
Frankfurt’s one of Europe’s greenest cities, with an extensive green belt, parks, the Palm Garden and the Stadtwald (literally ‘city woods’), one of the world’s biggest urban forests. While for shopping, the Kleinmarkthalle offers groceries, fruits, vegetables and local specialties such as Frankfurt sausages and apple wine.