"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.
NOTICE: The S-bahn tunnels in Frankfurt will be closed from 23 June through 5 August. The U-bahns, trams, and buses are the alternative ways to get through the city. The S-bahn stops that are affected by this are the Hauptwache, Konstablerwache, Taunusanlage, Ostendstrasse & Lokalbahnhof.
coming into Frankfurt from the airport, Wiesbaden, Mainz, etc. will all
stop at the main train station (Hauptbahnhof) Some trains may stop at
Sudbahnhof depending on the direction of travel
Use the RMV website to find alternative routes.
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.