Scientific Live welcomes all the delegates and participants to the Conference on Tissue Science & Regenerative Medicine being held in Frankfurt, Germany. They will be provided comfortable accommodation with all the facilities that go with a 5-star treatment. The delegates and participants are provided with luxury amenities at their place of accommodation with breakfast, tea, sumptuous lunch and supper . Transportation facilities such as car pool, from hotel to the conference locale and back will be your own responsibility.
Frankfurt Leaves You Spellbound with its Charm
Frankfurt is said to be the Gateway to Europe. It is also the financial capital of Germany. It has a diverse population of nearly seven hundred thousand people who speak more that 100 languages. Frankfurt has many great things to offer. One only visits Frankfurt to experience and enjoy the tourist destinations. The places to visit in Frankfurt are
The Römerberg or Roman Mountain
The Römerberg is the historic heart of Frankfurt. It is the only part of the modern city that was recreated to look like all of Frankfurt once did. It is home to its Rathaus City Hall which dates back to 1405 and is flanked by half-timbered houses. This historic square used to be the place for Frankfurt's first trade fairs in the 13th century. Today it still hosts its historic Christmas market.
The Main Tower
There is no better way to see Frankfurt than from the top of the Main Tower, the city's only high-rise open to the public. The building is named after the German river Main, which runs through Frankfurt's city center. Take the elevator up to the 650-feet high platform to enjoy sweeping views of Frankfurt’s skyline. Here you can enjoy a cocktail and meal at the Main Tower Restaurant & Lounge, located on the upper floor of the tower. The restaurant offers international cuisine and 26-foot panoramic windows.
The Goethe House
Frankfurt is the birthplace of Germany's most important writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, born in 1749. Although Goethe's house was destroyed in World War II, it was fully restored with the original furniture, paintings, and books belonging to the family. Take inspiration from the writing desk, where Goethe wrote 'The Sorrows of Young Werther'. The house is located at Grosser Hirschgraben 23, near Römerberg.
The world-renowned Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt is one of the largest museums of natural history in Germany. Popular with children and adults alike, it showcases thousands of exhibits ranging from fossils to Egyptian mummies to the museum's most famous attraction: the largest dinosaur skeleton in Europe.
St. Paul's Church was built between 1789 and 1833 and is the cradle of German democracy. The church was used for political meetings and became the seat of the first freely-elected German parliament in 1848. Today, Paulskirche is no longer a church and serves as an exhibition space for events like the annual awarding of the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade during the Frankfurt Book Fair. It's located in Römerberg.
Besides these, there are several other places to visit Frankfurt such as spending an Afternoon Admiring Fine Art, taking in the Flora at Palmengarten, exciting shopping on the Fifth Avenue of Germany and so on. Never miss this wonderful opportunity to visit these beautiful places. Come book your seat for our international conferences being held in Frankfurt, Germany from November 4th to 6th 2019.