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Discover Frankfurt – From Free City to EuroCity…

Where was the famous poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe born? Where were German emperors crowned? Why do Frankfurt’s traditional apple wine glasses carry such a unique pattern? Which is the tallest skyscraper in Europe? Where does the European Central Bank have its headquarters? Frankfurt’s superbly trained and certified tour guides present our wonderful city in a total of 20 languages.

Developed especially for school children between the ages of 6 and 10 our children’s tour provides the opportunity to learn more about the historical old town centre and the modern metropolis of Frankfurt am Main.

A visit to the Main Tower’s observation platform (height 200 m) makes for a memorable experience. The platform offers its visitors a magnificent view of Frankfurt and the surrounding region Tour 2

Duration in hours: 3

Sights: This motorised city tour includes the same basic components as Tour 1, with the additional choice of an inside viewing of the Goethe House (max. 30 persons per tour guide) or a visit of the Historical Museum (models of the old town center) or the Kaisersaal (if accessible) or the Main Tower’s observation platform.

Prices:

German-speaking guide EUR 99,00

Foreign-speaking Guide EUR 109,00

Goethe House per person EUR 2,00

per person (reduced admission) EUR 1,00

Historical Museum (Models of the Old Town Centre) per person EUR 1,00

Kaisersaal im Römer per person EUR 1,50

MAIN TOWER (Observation Platform) per person EUR 4,00

per person (reduced admission) EUR 3,00

Coach hire upon request from EUR 165,00

to EUR 300,00

All prices include 16 % V.A.T.!!

Daily motorised city tours in 8 languages

for individuals and small groups

Arabic, Chinese, German, English, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish

Sights: Comprehensive motorised city tour inclusive visit of the Römerberg (old town centre) and the Goethe House. During the summer season, the programme is amended to include a visit of the Main Tower’s spectacular observation platform, from where guests are presented with a fascinating bird’s eye view of Frankfurt. This stop takes the 14:15 h time slot during the tours.

Duration: 2.5 hours

Summer Programme (April – October)

Daily pick-up service at 10 h. and 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 10:15 h. and 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Winter Programme (November – March)

Daily pick-up service at 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Price per person:

EUR 25,00* Adults

EUR 20,00* Students, Senior citizens, Handicapped

EUR 10,00 Children between the ages of 6 and 10

*25% discount for Frankfurt Card holders!

This tours can only take place with three or more full paying participants



Daily motorised city tours in 8 languages

for individuals and small groups

Arabic, Chinese, German, English, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish

Sights: Comprehensive motorised city tour inclusive visit of the Römerberg (old town centre) and the Goethe House. During the summer season, the programme is amended to include a visit of the Main Tower’s spectacular observation platform, from where guests are presented with a fascinating bird’s eye view of Frankfurt. This stop takes the 14:15 h time slot during the tours.

Duration: 2.5 hours

Summer Programme (April – October)

Daily pick-up service at 10 h. and 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 10:15 h. and 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Winter Programme (November – March)

Daily pick-up service at 14 h. at the Tourist Information office Römer, Römerberg 27; tours start at 14:15 h. at the Tourist Information office Hauptbahnhof, main train station, reception hall.

Price per person:

EUR 25,00* Adults

EUR 20,00* Students, Senior citizens, Handicapped

EUR 10,00 Children between the ages of 6 and 10

*25% discount for Frankfurt Card holders!

This tours can only take place with three or more full paying participants



Today´s cathedral is a Gothic and neo-Gothic nave with a transept and tower. The present-day Frankfurt Cathedral was originally a Carolingian chapel. Although called a cathedral since the 18th century, it never was an episcopal church in the true sense.

From mediaeval times onwards, the cathedral served as the seat of the imperial monastery, becoming the electoral site for German kings in the 12th century. Further, it was Frankfurt´s only parish church from 1239 until the construction of old St Peter´s Church in 1419. With the relocation of the coronation ceremonies for Holy Roman kings from Aachen to Frankfurt in 1562, the monastery received the honorary title of “cathedral”, which has remained to this day. The vested right of coronation lay with the City of Aachen – with the Archbishop of Cologne, to be precise – while the Archbishop of Mainz oversaw the election of the monarch. Frankfurt, belonged to the dominion of Mainz, which is why the archbishop appointed himself provost of Frankfurt, authorising him to perform coronation ceremonies as well. Thus, Bartholomew Monastery was designated
“second episcopal church”.

On 14 August 1867, just one day before the visit of the Prussian king, Wilhelm I, a fire ravaged much of the cathedral. Flying sparks had caused the cathedral´s roof to catch fire, completely destroying it as well as the tower. The interior was severely damaged. Soon thereafter, the cathedral was comprehensively reconstructed in neo-Gothic style under the supervision of Franz Josef Denzinger. Air raids at the end of Second World War once again badly damaged the roof of the cathedral; the vault of the southern transept and parts of the cloister were completely destroyed. Reconstruction work lasted from 1950 to 1953, the interior was repainted in discreet white. During the last restoration phase from 1991 to 1994, the walls and columns were painted brick-red. The white stone blocks were repainted according to the mediaeval originals. The renovators tried their best to render the interior as close to the Gothic original as possible. Still existing colour schemes on vaults and stone sculptures were cleansed and repainted.

Opening hours:

Mon. – Thu. and Sat. 9:00 – 12:00 h and 14:30 – 18:00 h (during winter until 17:00 h)

Fri. and Sun. only during afternoons.

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Tanusanlage 12

60329 Frankfurt am Main

Stop S1 – 6, S 8 / 9 Taunusanlage

Allegedly the twin towers of the Deutsche Bank headquarters are called „Credit and Debit“ by locals, these faceted glass towers are different colours depending on viewing angle. From above, they reflect the ground, appearing black and from the ground, they reflect the blue sky. The towers have a common podium base.

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Tanusanlage 12

60329 Frankfurt am Main

Stop S1 – 6, S 8 / 9 Taunusanlage

Allegedly the twin towers of the Deutsche Bank headquarters are called „Credit and Debit“ by locals, these faceted glass towers are different colours depending on viewing angle. From above, they reflect the ground, appearing black and from the ground, they reflect the blue sky. The towers have a common podium base.

Especially for Visitors

It is hard to imagine that the historical Kaiserdom imperial cathedral was the highest building in the city as late as the 1950s. Today, the famous skyline can be seen from very far away. And right in the middle, where the banking quarter meets the city center: the MAIN TOWER.

If you take a somewhat closer look at Frankfurt, you soon discover that Germany’s leading financial center has a great deal more to offer than just stock markets and banks. And not everything at the MAIN TOWER revolves around international finance either! With its cultural highlights and first-class cuisine, exciting insights and constantly fascinating panoramas, the MAIN TOWER is not just a special skyscraper, it has also become a true symbol of Frankfurt.

Welcome

Welcome to Frankfurt! We would like to invite you to take a closer look at Frankfurt, the metropolis, where the world obviously feels at home. Frankfurt is the centre of one of the most productive and dynamic regions in Europe. As continental Europe’s largest financial centre, home of the European Central Bank and to the headquarters of many companies, the international importance of Frankfurt continues to grow. Frankfurt is a dynamic European metropolis, a global village, a melting pot of cultures, languages and lifestyles. The imposing skyline is what newcomers remember most. But behind those glass facades the atmosphere is surprisingly relaxed.

Nice to meet you in Germany’s most international city: open-minded, tolerant and diverse.

Welcome to Frankfurt!

Sightseeing

View over the river Main to the cathedral

Frankfurt’s high-rise buildings conjure up images of Manhattan, leading some locals to refer to the city as “Mainhattan”.

On warm summer evenings people converge on the banks of the river Main to enjoy a cool beer in the delightful outdoor setting of a beer garden or a glass of apple wine in one of the city’s many taverns.

The Städel Museum

Frankfurt’s cultural life is known for its diversity. There are renowned museums with exhibitions from all fields and epochs. Contemporary art is presented in more than 100 galleries. International stars of the theatre and musical world perform here regularly. The Old Opera, the Städel Museum, the Schirn Museum and the “Museumsufer”, the museum embankment along the river Main, are internationally recognized.

frankfurt is a city of contrasts, a city of variety. Let’s take time to discover it. Frankfurt has its own congenial way of life, which Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Frankfurt’s most famous son, summed up so well: “Here I am human, here I can be myself.”

Frankfurt is a city of trade fair, a financial centre, a transportation hub, a major European metropolis, but also a city of intellect, of apple wine, of small-town friendliness, green spaces and 180 nationalities.

Transportas

Yet despite Frankfurt’s diversity it is still easy to keep an overview of the metropolis. The distances one needs to cover to visit colleagues or friends in the city are comparatively short, while its excellent infrastructure enables visitors and residents alike to reach even remote destinations quickly and conveniently.

Frankfurt is a
have just got to get to know!

Getting round in Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main area is easy and convenient, thanks to a modern, efficient and well-run public transportation system.

You can use streetcars (‘trams’), buses, underground and surface rapid transit trains.The fastest way of travelling within the city of Frankfurt is the “U-Bahn”, the underground train. There are several lines covering a large part of the city, particularly the central, northern and eastern areas

The S-Bahn or Schnellbahn (fast-train) services many of the districts not covered by the U-Bahn. It also serves many outlying areas, including the Taunus mountains and other cities within the region such as Wiesbaden, Mainz, Offenbach, Hanau and Darmstadt. The local bus system completes the public transport network with frequent stops ensuring that you are delivered close to you final destination.

here are many reasons for visiting Frankfurt. You will find that there are numerous options when organising your stay. The world is welcome in Frankfurt.

We would like to help you in finding the kind of hotel just right for you. From an unassuming guesthouse to a suite in a luxury hotel – everyone is sure to find something to suit his or her taste and wallet. An easy booking system assists us in comforting your visit.

Going out

Old Opera

You will want for nothing in Frankfurt.

A broad spectrum of cultural institutions, including such internationally acclaimed establishments as the Radio Symphony Orchestra of the Hessischer Rundfunk and the Museum Society attract guests and guest performers from all over the world.

With 36 museums, innumerable galleries, theatres and nightclubs, Frankfurt stands tall on the German cultural skyline. From comprehensive art collections to special interest exhibitions on the popular Museum Embankment – the artistic institutions of the city have something to offer for everyone.

Frankfurt’s opera performances and Museum Concerts are led by the world-famous conductor Paolo Carignani. International stars from the world of classical cabaret appear at the “Tigerpalast” (Tiger Palace), whilst the “Festhalle” (Festival Hall) hosts the superstars of rock and pop.

Frankfurt is an exciting and multi-cultural city. People from over 180 different countries live here. Due to this international atmosphere you will find two English, one French, a Russian, a Japanese and an Italian theatre in addition to the municipal opera and theatre venues.

Triathlon event „Ironman Germany“

The range of dining to be found in Frankfurt pays further tribute to the internationality of the city. From hearty, down-to-earth cooking through to gourmet temples, not to mention the exquisite Lebanese, Italian or Japanese restaurants, you will appreciate the good dining as well as the fun and entertainment offered in the bars and nightclubs.

Frankfurt also plays host to numerous high profile sporting events, such as the traditional and internationally renowned cycling event “Around the Henninger Turm”, and the triathlon event “Ironman Germany”.

VIesbuciai

1.*

this little *Bed & Breakfast Hotel Djaran – simple, inexpensive and homely – is located near Offenbach’s main train station.

Important Information

Location: click image to enlarge

Address: Bismarckstr. 147

Rooms: 21

Accepted Creditcards:

Cancelation Policy: Cancellations out of fair times are free of charge till 12:00 hours on arrival day, for fair times – 60 days prior to arrival. For arrivals after 18:00 hours and for reservations during fair times a credit card number with expiry date is needed to guarantee a booking. After the named terms and by no-show following fee will be charged: out of fair times 95% for the first night and in fair times 80% of the price for the whole reservation period.

check-in: 14:00

check-out: 12:00

hair-dryer, cable TV, mini-refrigerator, partly with shower

Facilities: Heating, Shower, TV, Refridgerator, Working desk

Rate per room per night, Including taxes, Excluding breakfast, Including service charge

Price: EUR 65 – 125

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