"Frankfurt on Foot Walking Tours" is the Original daily walking tour in Frankfurt since 2008.
Frankfurt am Main is a city full of surprises and contrasts. With a history that stretches from the Celts, Romans & Franks, up to being the financial powerhouse of today as well as being one of the most diverse cities in Europe, a tour with Frankfurt on Foot is a walk of discovery.
Are you visiting on vacation, here for business, have a layover/stop-over of 7+ hours at the airport, have you just moved here or are you a long-time resident? We have a tour that fits your schedule and interests.
Our guides are passionate about Frankfurt and our goal is to offer you a high quality, entertaining, and informative tour at an affordable price.
3-4 Hour English Language Daily WalkingTour:
Our Daily Tour begins at 10:30am - 365 days per year! All Holidays included. We walk in all weather.
No reservations are ever needed.
No minimum amount of participants
If you have a group of 5 or more, please contact us so that we can either send an extra guide that day or arrange a private tour for you and your group.
All tours are lead by native English speaking guides
The Daily Tour begins punctually at 10:30, so try to be at the Meeting Point a few minutes early
Price 14.00 € for Adults
12.00 € for Students / Seniors / Military
Free for children 12 and under
Payment for the tour is in cash and in euro
To see the many sites that we visit on our Daily Tour: look here
Our meeting point is directly on the corner of Braubachstrasse 41 & Neue Krämer, in front of the Binding Schirn Cafe' and about 50 feet from the Tourist Info at the Römer.
The guide will be holding a sign that says, Frankfurt on Foot.
During Easter Vacation
26 March-9 April, the S-bahn tunnels in the city center will be under
construction. These stations will be closed to the S-bahns:
Konstablerwache, Hauptwache, Taunusanlage, Lokalbahnhof, &
From 14 Feb. til July, The U-4 & U-5 will not stop at the Dom/ Römer stop. Use trams 11 or 12 to get to the Dom/Römer, or the S-bahns to Hauptwache or Konstablerwache instead.
Use this website to find public transportation and schedules. www.rmv.de
Tour tips: We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes. Flip-flops or heels are not very good for walking in the city for 3 hours. It always helps to be prepared, so check the weather forecast to see if rain, snow or very cold / hot weather is predicted. If weather extremes should occur, our guides will do their best to keep you dry, warm, or cool depending on what is needed.