Newcomers Festival, now a tradition for the city of Frankfurt, is held annually since 2001 on the first Sunday in September in the Frankfurt town Hall, the Römer. The Newcomers Festival is an informative fair exclusively designed for the professional expats to help overcome transitional phase and cultural differences and have a smooth start in their new home.
As a family-oriented exhibition fair of essential services and organizations for the expatriate community, Newcomers Festival hosts every year round 60 exhibitors from different industries such as relocation companies, international schools, health insurances, banking and finance, driving and language schools, non-profit organizations, clubs, museums, theaters, tourism & many more.
The Newcomers Festival has grown over the years and is successfully attracting from year to year more visitors. Last year the Festival was attended by more than 5,000 people from 95 countries. Besides the exhibition of valuable and important information concerning their integration and living opportunities in Frankfurt, visitors are welcomed to enjoy our entertainment program, the international musical dance groups and food & drinks reflecting the local gastronomy.
Frankfurt Römer (City Hall)
Römerberg 23, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Maps & Directions
The Frankfurt Römer (City Hall) is located in the heart of Frankfurt old town. City Hall can best be reach with public transportation, but also by car.
From Main Train Station: take the U4 or U5 directly to the stop Dom/Römer (direction Seckbacher Landstraße bzw. Preungesheim)
Autobahn A5, exit direction city center (Stadtmitte). Following the Parking direction system (Park-Leit-System) to the Parkhaus Dom/Römer.
Public parking can be found the in Braubachstraße and the Domstraße, as well as in the parking garage Römer. The entrance to the parking garage Römer is from the Dömstraße.
Newcomers Network is offering an exciting range of different events over the year. In addition to the traditional International Stammtisch we are aiming to offer a variety of opportunities to meet, mingle and get to know the aspects of life in Germany.
We regularly invite the international community in Frankfurt Rhein Main to join us for an after-work event, normally on the first Monday of the month.
Get to know Frankfurt through insiders. Move around in a small group and learn all the secrets and special features of the city. Our city guides are multilingual with a lot of knowledge. They all love storytelling.