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Frankfurt City Guided Tour

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Key Highlights

  • Frankfurt – voted one of the top 10 destinations in Germany by travelers on TripAdvisor
  • This tour is the perfect introduction to Frankfurt
  • Great views of the city from an open-top bus
  • Trace Frankfurt′s eventful history
  • Entertaining live English commentary
  • Overview
    Discover the highlights of dynamic Frankfurt on a 2-hour city tour. From the vantage point of an open-top bus, you’ll see the landmarks of old Frankfurt, when it was the coronation city of the German emperors, and the shiny buildings of the modern city in its avatar as the financial center of Europe.

    First view the Cathedral and St Paul’s church, a building of historical and political importance. A stop at historic Römer Square allows you to explore Frankfurt’s medieval past and view City Hall.

    In Sachsenhausen, you’ll appreciate the cosmopolitan ambience, as well as visit the birthplace of Goethe and the Museum Embankment.

    Other delights of the tour include the sprawling International Fairgrounds; the Old Opera; the banking area with its impressive skyscrapers; the Hauptwache; the marvelous shopping street,the Zeil; and the towers of the former city walls.

    A live commentary during the tour will make sure you don’t miss a thing.

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?



    Approximately 2 hours

    Start time

    10am, 1pm & 4:30pm

    Meeting Point

    Please make your way to Wiesenhüttenstr. 39, 60329 Frankfurt (close to Central Station/opposite Hotel Savoy)
    Please reach the meeting point 15 minutes earlier.

    Ending Point

    The tour ends at the starting point.


    To join the Frankfurt City Guided Tour make your way to the tour office at Wiesenhüttenstr. 39, 60329 Frankfurt. (Hotel pick up service is available for Frankfurt Hotels - payable direct at approx euro 5.00 per person.)

    The fun begins when you board an open-top bus. You will see Frankfurt’s two famous churches – Frankfurt Cathedral and St. Paul’s Church. St. Paul’s Church is a historic monument with great political symbolism because it was the seat of the first democratically elected Parliament in 1848.

    The tour stops twice – at Römer Square and in old Sachsenhausen. At these stops you will get off the bus accompanied by the guide. Römer Square is the historic heart of Frankfurt, built on Roman settlements dating from the 1st century. The site is now occupied by a complex of nine houses that form the Frankfurt City Hall (Rathaus).

    Sachsenhausen, on the south bank of the Main River, was founded as Frankfurt's bridgehead in the 12th century. Today it is known for its vibrant nightlife, sporting over two dozen bars, taverns and restaurants. One of the landmarks of Sachsenhausen is the Goetheturm, birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a German writer, artist, and politician. Another attraction is the Museum Embankment (Museumsufer), which has some of Germany's best-known museums.

    You will also see the International Trade Fair grounds, home to the Frankfurt Trade Fair, the third largest worldwide. The oldest building is the Festhalle, a self-supporting dome structure made of steel and glass that was first opened to visitors in 1909.

    Your next stop is the Old Opera (Alte Oper), a former opera house built in 1880. It was one of the major opera houses in Germany until it was heavily damaged in World War II. Until the late 1970s it was a ruin, nicknamed "Germany's Most Beautiful Ruin". Due to public pressure it was finally fully reconstructed and reopened in 1981.

    After your encounter with music, you turn to finance, viewing 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.

    You proceed to the Hauptwache building, built in 1730 and used as a prison – the name translates into “main guard house”. Today it is mostly associated with the inner-city underground train station of the same name and the square surrounding the building is also called Hauptwache.

    The tour turns from prisons to shopping. You will see the Zeil, Frankfurt’s main shopping street. For over 50 years, the Zeil has thrilled locals and visitors who enjoy first class shopping.

    Next you will view the big towers of the former city walls. Frankfurt was once surrounded by walls and the Staufer Wall (Staufermauer), from the 12th century, was part of the city’s first fortifications.

    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).

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Transportation in a double-decker bus
    • Live commentary in English
    • Audio service in 12 languages


    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (can be arranged at approx. euro 5.00 per person each way)
  • Please note

    Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time, no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

    Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.

    Please have your printed voucher in hand to present to staff upon boarding.

    Additional info

    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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