Städtereise Frankfurt
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Frankfurt/Main - Modern Metropolis with a Medieval Core

2 Days

Day 1:
Arrival + City Tour
Welcome to Frankfurt, the metropolis at the banks of the river Main. Your chauffeur will welcome you at the airport or train station gate and transport you to the hotel. After hotel check-in, your tour guide will take you on a sightseeing tour through Frankfurt am Main: You will start with a visit of the Römerberg and the over 600-year old town hall Römer, which has been the city`s center since medieval times and the coronation place of 10 German emperors. You will proceed to the nearby Cathedral St. Bartholomäus, the largest sacral building of the city, before you visit St. Pauls church. This site of the first German National Assembly (1848) has been destroyed during World War II and has been reconstructed 1947/48 as a symbol of German Democracy. A visit of the old opera house and a look at the Goethe Haus, where the famous German poet has been born, complete your tour. The evening is open for your own explorations.

Day 2:
After breakfast, we suggest you take a boat trip on the river Main to get some of the most impressive views of the only German skyline, which has lead to Frankfurt being nicknamed “Mainhattan”. Alternatively, you could take a stroll along the Main to visit one of the genuine apple wine places in Old Sachsenhausen or take a tour to visit the third biggest European airport. Afterwards transfer to the airport or train station and return home with many lasting memories.

Kindly note that our programs are merely suggested itineraries. Please do not hesitate to send us your request for a tailor-made quotation according to your special interests.

Please also note that due to the opening times of included sights the program might have to be modified.

In cases of special events or important fairs and conferences, an accommodation in a centrally located hotel might not be possible. The excursion program however is generally not affected by these events.