Welcome to Frankfurt! You’re here for the first time and would like to get a good overview? The Frankfurt Highlights tour is perfect for you! Join me for a walk to the most important sights and most beautiful places in Frankfurt. Additionally, I will give you insider tips and personal recommendations for what else to see and do while you´re in Frankfurt. Are you ready to go?
Your tour starts in the center of Frankfurt am Main at the Euro Symbol. Starting there, you will learn about the banking district and the stock exchange. Discover the highlights of the new old town like the house of the Golden Scales or the Hühnermarkt, followed by the world-famous townhall “Römer” and Paulskirche. We will end our tour on the iron bridge with a view of Frankfurt’s skyline.
The Euro sculpture in the heart of Frankfurt am Main is the symbol of the monetary union.
Learn about the capital of finance and Frankfurt’s banking district.
The old opera house next to the Lucae fountain is one of the most iconic buildings of Frankfurt.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, one of the most famous Germans of all time, has been born on the 28 of August 1749 in Frankfurt/Main.
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Deutsche Börse) with its famous bull and bear sculpture is one of the leading stock exchanges of the world.
The Hauptwache was Frankfurt’s former police station. Today, it is the a melting pot of cultures and the start of Germany’s most-visited shopping street.
Discover local specialities and visit the market hall. It has many local delicatessen stores. Its forecourt turns on weekends to popular meeting location.
Emperor’s Cathedral is Frankfurt’s main Roman-catholic church. It is well-known as the former election and coronation church of the Holy Roman Empire.
The house of the golden scales has been reconstructed and is the masterpiece of the “New Old Town”.
See real ruins of the early Frankfurt am Main dated back to the beginning of the 9th century.
The Hühnermarkt is the central square of the New Old Town. Here, you can enjoy the atmosphere of this vibrant place with nice restaurants and cafes.
This courtyard is a hidden spot but worth a visit. The atrium inspires with its architecture and its special atmosphere.
The Römer is Frankfurt’s townhall. It is one of Frankfurt’s landmarks with its characteristic stepped gable facade.
The Paulskirche is a place of central importance for the history of Germany. The first German National Parliament meeting took place here.
Learn why Frankfurt is called Frankfurt and judge yourself if this story is true or not.
The iron bridge is a footbridge connecting the city of Frankfurt with Sachsenhausen. It is famous for its perfect view on the skyline.