Frankfurt

Frankfurt Attractions

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Frankfurter Dom

Frankfurter Dom is the main church of Frankfurt. From the 14th century onwards, kings of the Holy Roman Empire were elected in this Catholic church. From ...  Read more

Frankfurt Main Tower

The Frankfurt Maintower is a 200 meter (660 foot) skyscraper in the center of the city, making it the 4th tallest building in Frankfurt. The name ...  Read more

Roman Mountain (Römerberg)

Römerberg (or Roman Mountain) is the historic heart of Frankfurt and often the first stop for tourists. The Town Hall, or Römer, is located on the ...  Read more

Romantic Road

Germany's 'Romantic Road' offers the most spectacular views of the Bavarian landscape and its magnificent castles. A trade route in the middle ages, the ...  Read more

Aschaffenburg

The gateway to the idyllic Spessart Mountains, the popular holiday resort of Aschaffenburg is one of northern Bavaria’s most picturesque towns, renowned for ...  Read more

Baden-Baden

One of the northernmost towns in Baden-Württemberg’s idyllic Black Forest region, the roman spa town of Baden-Baden has long been one of South Germany’s ...  Read more

Bad Homburg

Renowned as one of Germany’s wealthiest postal codes, the 19th-century spa town of Bad Homburg makes a popular day trip from neighboring Frankfurt, less than ...  Read more

Bad Nauheim

Tucked in the foothills of the Taunus Mountains, just north of Frankfurt, the historic spa town of Bad Nauheim has been a popular wellness center for over 150 ...  Read more

Black Forest

Although the Black Forest is located in the sunniest area of Germany, its name dates from a time when thick tree cover shielded the forest floor from light. ...  Read more

Darmstadt

Just 35km south of Frankfurt, the picturesque city of Darmstadt is renowned for its Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) architecture, the remarkable pre-WWI work of the ...  Read more

Eiserner Steg

The looming steel peaks of the Eiserner Steg, or the Iron Footbridge, have dominated Frankfurt’s skyline since 1869, a striking homage to the city’s ...  Read more

Frankfurt Zoo (Zoologischer Garten Frankfurt/Main)

The Frankfurt Zoo opened in 1858 and is the second oldest in Germany. The zoo contains over 4,500 animals of more than 400 species. If want to experience ...  Read more

Goethe House & Museum (Goethehaus)

The Goethe House & Museum is the site where the great German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born in 1749. Goethe’s former house is a fantastic and ...  Read more

Hanau

As the birthplace of fairytale maestros the Brothers Grimm, the pretty North German town of Hanau is inextricably tied to its famous former residents. The ...  Read more

Hauptwache

Located a few blocks north of Römerberg square, Hauptwache is one of Frankfurt’s most famous public squares, leading onto the city’s principal shopping ...  Read more

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