Approximately 3 hoursStart time
Please make your way to Wiesenhüttenstr. 39, 60329 Frankfurt (close to Central Station/opposite Hotel Savoy)
Please reach the meeting point 15 minutes earlier.
Hotel pick up/ drop off service is available for Frankfurt Hotels (payable direct at approx euro 5.00 per person each way). To request pick-up/ drop-off, call the tour operator office on the number given on your confirmation voucher prior to the tour date.
The tour ends at the starting point.
On the pre-dinner city tour, you’ll see the beautifully illuminated major landmarks of Frankfurt, from its past as a coronation city to its present as a financial powerhouse.
You’ll pass the two churches, the Cathedral and St. Paul’s, the latter a historic monument rich with political symbolism.
In the medieval setting of Römer Square, you’ll learn about Frankfurt’s past as a Roman settlement. Next, you’ll view the Old Opera, emblem of Germany’s illustrious musical heritage.
In the banking quarter, you’ll marvel at the glossy skyscrapers that give Frankfurt its distinctive skyline.Your tour concludes with a scrumptious dinner at a typical German restaurant
For your Frankfurt by Night Dinner Tour, you will travel by comfortable luxurious limo.(Hotel pick up service is available for Frankfurt Hotels – payable direct at approx euro 5.00 per person.)
This tour of illuminated Frankfurt begins with two churches, the Cathedral and St. Paul's Church. St. Paul’s is a national historic monument in Germany with great political symbolism because it was the seat of the first democratically elected Parliament in 1848. It is now used primarily for exhibitions and events rather than religious services.
You’ll hear about Frankfurt’s past as a Roman settlement in the Römer Square and see some lovely medieval buildings. The area now contains a complex of nine houses that form the Frankfurt City Hall (Rathaus). The Römer was partially destroyed in World War II and later rebuilt.
Turning to Germany’s illustrious musical heritage, you’ll view the Old Opera, a former opera house built in 1880. Heavily damaged in World War II, it was fully reconstructed and reopened in 1981. Today it functions as a famous concert hall.
Next you will see the banking quarter with its skyscrapers, among which the European Central Bank is the highest. Frankfurt is the financial center of Germany and the largest financial center in continental Europe. It is the seat of the European Central Bank, the German Federal Bank, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the Frankfurt Trade Fair, as well as several large commercial banks.
After admiring the magnificent landmarks of ancient and modern Frankfurt, you’ll enjoy a traditional German dinner (knuckle of pork, dessert, a glass of cider). A vegetarian option will be available. Additional drinks are not included in your package but can be purchased separately.
Your tour ends back at the starting point at Wiesenhüttenstr. 39. Hotel drop-off can be arranged for an extra charge (approx euro 5.00 per person).
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
If you require a vegetarian option for dinner please advise this at time of booking.
Please have your printed voucher in hand to present to staff upon boarding.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
In accordance with German law, a seat is provided for children of all ages.
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