After returning home from a beautiful holiday, who doesn't always ask themselves first how the beautiful atmosphere, the wonderful relaxation can be preserved as long as possible in everyday life. Especially in the city, where we meet all the other unstressed people again. ;-) There's honking, pushing and shoving, that it's a real joy and how it belongs to big city life. Deceleration means slowing down and shifting down a gear.
In Hessen, the tourism agency will be writing “Decelerate“ very big in the future. In our beautiful federal state the tourists should do something so slow that they probably don't want to leave anymore. But what is right for the tourists can only be cheap for us as locals: And the relaxed sides of the city can also be enjoyed by locals.
Five ways to slow down for Frankfurters:
• The Wallanlagen umwandern. Why not discover this beautiful former moat around the city on a Sunday afternoon? Start: Untermainkai, finish: Beautiful view. Or vice versa. What can be found there: splashing fountains, modern sculptures, as well as memorials and monuments.
• spa paradises can be found in Bad Homburg, Bad Nauheim and the Kaiser-Wilhelmbad in Wiesbaden. Treat yourself to a day of luxury thermal baths, let it go well - whether during wellness, swimming or in a sweating bath - releases feel-good hormones in the brain.
• Chess friends among us? You can also think strategically outdoors. In Niedererlenbach there is a chess park in the park, which the local club had put on!
• Ab ins Kloster: which places donate more silence, more peace, more opportunity for inner contemplation and also offer stimulation for the senses? Frankfurt is full of monasteries: Lovewomen with the tympanum created around 1430 by Madern Gerthener depicting the Three Kings or the Carmelite monastery with a late Gothic hall church, which today houses the Institute for City History.
• up on the boot and down on the main. As your own captain on the boat. In Frankfurt you can rent small boats without a driving licence. A few hours on the water and the holiday feeling is back!
How do you like to slow down?