Besuch an der Grenze zu Polen –Ihr Aufenthalt im Hotel in Frankfurt-Oder
Frankfurt-Oder is not only worth a visit because of its border bridge to Poland and the Oder with its unique landscape. If you spend a few days in a hotel in Frankfurt-Oder, you can see and experience a lot. Frankfurt an der Oder is a very diverse city, in which there is a lot to offer from cultural to sporting activities.
The history of the city is long. It tells of the wealth of the trading and Hanseatic city that was Frankfurt-Oder in the Middle Ages. The annual city festival „Bunter Hering“ in summer is a reminder of this. The well-preserved town hall and the St. Marienkirche, the largest hall church in north German brick Gothic from 1253, also tell of this period.
The city with its 60,000 inhabitants is located in the south of the beautiful landscape Lebus on the west bank of the Oder. If you spend a few days in a hotel in Frankfurt-Oder , you should definitely enjoy the advantages of the cultural city with its remarkable muses and entertaining cultural events.
Frankfurt-Oder is shaped by the city’s greatest son, the poet Heinrich von Kleist. A visit to the Kleist Museum, one of the most beautiful literature museums in Europe, should not be missed on the sightseeing program in Frankfurt-Oder. The city’s theatrical tradition is kept alive in the Kleist Forum, where classical and modern theater performances can be seen on several evenings a week. There are also other theaters such as the Laughter Theater.
However, the diverse cultural landscape of the city has more to offer. The Brandenburg State Orchestra regularly gives classical concerts, often with the works of well-known artists. If you want to learn more about the city and its history, you should visit the Viadrina Museum during your stay in a hotel in the center of Frankfurt-Oder. And if you want to experience a very entertaining evening with a lot of humor, you should stop by the cabaret „Die Oderhähne“.
In addition to the cultural tradition, Frankfurt-Oder is also shaped by the European University Viadrina, which can also look back on a history dating back to the Middle Ages, but was founded anew after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The many students make Frankfurt-Oder a young, lively city. Students from more than 75 countries are also actively involved in the cultural life of the city. Among other things, the Unithea Theater Festival takes place once a year. Here young theater is offered to guests in unusual places.
Festivals take place very regularly in Frankfurt-Oder. Before visiting our hotel in Frankfurt-Oder, you should inquire about the events that take place during your stay in Kleist-Stadt. The most famous annual events include the Oderturm Run and the International Festival for Song and World Music. Many of these events also take place together with the Polish partner city Slubice on the other side of the Oder. After an eventful day in Frankfurt-Oder, you can really relax in the restaurant in the Kontor restaurant in Frankfurt-Oder.