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Frankfurt Fair, Frankfurt, Germany

Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1 60327 Frankfurt am Main (https://www.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en.html)

  

Messe Frankfurt (literally "Frankfurt Trade Fair") is the world’s largest trade fair, congress and event organizer with its own exhibition grounds[citation needed. Its services include renting exhibition grounds, trade fair construction and marketing, personnel and food services.


Frankfurt has been known for its trade fairs for over 800 years. In the Middle Ages, merchants and businessmen met at the “Römer”, a medieval building in the heart of the city that served as a market place; from 1909 onwards, they met on the grounds of the Festhalle Frankfurt, to the north of Frankfurt Central Station. The first Frankfurt trade fair to be documented in writing dates back to 11 July 1240, when the Frankfurt Autumn Trade Fair was called into being by Emperor Frederick II, who decreed that merchants traveling to the fair were under his protection. Some ninety years later, on 25 April 1330, the Frankfurt Spring Fair also received its privilege from Emperor Louis IV. And from this time onwards, trade fairs were held in Frankfurt twice a year, in spring and autumn, forming the basic structure for Messe Frankfurt’s modern consumer goods fairs

Located at the heart of financial and business center Frankfurt, the exhibition grounds are among the largest and most modern worldwide with some 367,000 m² of hall area and more than 96,000 m² of free space at its disposal. As well as excellent international transport connections by air, rail, and road, the exhibition venue enjoys excellent public transport connections: The S-Bahn suburban train station “Messe” stops in the center of the exhibition grounds, the U-Bahn underground train station, and the Strassenbahn tram station are located directly at the City Entrance/Festhalle.

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