Through the stories of your tour guide, you can get a glimpse of Frankfurt’s history and its development from a medieval trade center and coronation place to an international capital of finance and business.
You will meet your local guide in front of the Main Train Station, at main entrance, where you will start the guided tour exploring the city including the following sights like Römerberg-Square, the City Hall, the Nicholas Church, the Commerzbank Tower, the Red Light District, the Goethehaus, and time permitting, enjoy the possibility to taste „Ebbelwei“, the Frankfurt apple cider, and some Frankfurt sausages.
The German capital of finance is well known for its famous sausage, the Frankfurter, and for the traditional beverage, apple cider. In the pedestrian area of the Old Town, three of the most important historic sights lie within a 10 minutes walking distance: the medieval Town Hall „Römer“ on the picturesque „Römerberg“-Square, the Kaiserdom (Imperial Cathedral) and Paulskirche (St. Paul’s Church), the cradle of German democracy. Not far from there is the pilgrimage spot for romantic literature buffs from all over the world: the baroque Goethehaus, place of birth of Germany’s national poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.