Best of Frankfurt with a licensed guide

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Duration: 3 hours

Departs: Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf

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Frankfurt is a pleasant city, a mix of medieval, baroque and modern buildings. This German city will astonish you during this tour by all the wonders it contains. You will have the chance to visit the Römer, a medieval city hall, and of course the great Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew. You will wonder by the food market stalls and have the chance to eat local food as well as discovering the Iron Bridge. Your path will lead you to the Städel Art Museum, the EuroTower, the cute Goethe House and the St Paul's Church.

What's Included

English Speaking Guide

What's Not Included

Entrance Fees

Traveler Information

  • TRAVELER: Age: 0 - 120

Additional Info

  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Public transportation options are available nearby

Cancellation Policy

What To Expect

Also called Roman, those nine medieval houses in the center of Frankfurt are an important spot of the town. It has been the city hall for more than 600 years and is a great place for many kinds of events. Weddings and civil registrations are happening in this feudal atmosphere.

• Admission Ticket Free

Formally known as the Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew, Frankfurt Cathedral will be a great place to explore. It is the largest Roman Gothic church in the city and was a great symbol of unity during the Empire era. Its tower, organ and vaulted ceilings are amazing treasures.

• Admission Ticket Free

Stadel Museum
Selected as the Museum of the year 2012 by the AICA, the Städel Museum is quite a place to visit. The art museum is composed of the most wonderful collections in Germany, and on the 2,700 paintings, only 600 are displayed. This place is also the home of a library with more than 100,000 books.

• Admission Ticket Free

This skyscraper of 148 meters high will make you raise your head. EuroTower was the seat of the European Central Bank for many years until 2015. Designed by the architect Richard Heil, it is a great heritage of European financial history. You will be able to visit the first floor which is a Euro Information Center.

• Admission Ticket Free

Goethe House
The Goethe House is famous thanks to the great writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. You will walk by its birthplace which became the writer's house museum. People will have the chance to see his writing desk of his early works by entering the house; a wonderful journey in German literature.

• Admission Ticket Free

St. Paul's Church (Paulskirche)
Previously identified as a Lutheran church, St Paul's Church became a Protestant church and a significant political symbol in Germany. Indeed, it was the seat of the first Frankfurt Parliament in 1848. This event was very important for the city.

• Admission Ticket Free

Kleinmarkthall is a wonder for food lovers. Open six days of the week, this market is composed of not less than 156 stalls selling delicious goods. From Frankfurt's famous green sauce to worldwide imported food, you will have the chance to try those fresh treats.

• Admission Ticket Free

Galeria Kaufhof Frankfurt An der Hauptwache
Also known as the Main Guardroom in English, the Hauptwach is a central point of Frankfurt where many locals meet. You will walk by its great plazas and the baroque building built in 1730 which gave its name to the place.

• Admission Ticket Free

Old Opera House (Alte Oper)
Alte Oper is now the Old Opera of Frankfurt. This concert hall hosted many great operas like Carl Orff's Carmina Burana in 1937. First built at the end of the 19th century, you will like to see this great artistic building as well as the Opera Square in front of it.

• Admission Ticket Free

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