Summer in Frankfurt (Oder)

Summer in Frankfurt (Oder)

Summer in Frankfurt (Oder)
The holiday season has begun and you are planning to spend your holiday in Brandenburg or make a stopover on your way to Poland? Then stop by in Frankfurt an der Oder! The City Residence Hotel Frankfurt-Oder directly at the train station is an ideal starting point to explore the city from here.

A visit to the Viadrina University and the Kleist Museum are definitely part of a stay in Frankfurt an der Oder. In addition, the city's parks, such as the Lennépark right in the city center, invite you to go for walks or bike rides. In the City Residence Hotel Frankfurt-Oder you can also rent bicycles. And you can experience bathing fun and soak up the sun at Helenensee, just 7 kilometers from the city center.

On a walk through Frankfurt an der Oder, you will particularly notice the churches in the old town. The Friedenskirche on Untermarkt already existed when the city was founded in 1253, making it the oldest stone building in the city. The old buildings have a long story to tell. By the way, until the end of September, visitors can climb the tower of St. Mary's Church and watch the church bells there and enjoy the view of the city. Guided tours are also offered. It then becomes more modern at the Oderturm with its 25 floors, from where you have an unforgettable panoramic view of the city.

In addition to cycling and hiking tours in the Brandenburg countryside or along the Oder, many visitors also used a stay in Frankfurt (Oder) for a trip to the twin town of Slubice on the Polish side of the Oder. The city's bazaar is particularly popular with German tourists for shopping.

Especially in summer there are always interesting events and festivals in and around Frankfurt an der Oder. Plays and concerts in the Kleist Forum, for example, are popular with locals and tourists alike. In Frankfurt (Oder) there is something for everyone! When staying in City Residence Hotel Frankfurt-Oder learn more about what's going on in the city right now.

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