Frankfurt am Main, city of Contrasts! Alpha+ City, home of one of the oldest churches in Germany, chosen site for Coronations, 1st Parliament, Berlin Airlift, Currency Reform (2 times!) major player on the stage of German events, birthplace of Anne Frank, Goethe, and the Rothschild dynasty. One of the most diverse cities in Europe, it is full of museums and the most beautiful University Campus in Germany.
Whether you are visiting on vacation, here for business, or have a layover/stop-over of 7+ hours at the airport, touring with Frankfurt on Foot will make your visit memorable and enjoyable.
If you have recently moved to Frankfurt, come tour with us and learn about your new city. Long time Frankfurter? You may still be surprised about what you can learn about your city.
Our professional 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! 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 tours leave punctually, so try to be at the Meeting Point a few minutes early
Price 12 € for Adults
10 € 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 40 & 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.
If you take the tram (Strassenbahn) line # 11 or #12, get off at the stop: Römer/Paulskirche. If you take the underground (U-Bahn) line U-4 or U-5, get off at the stop: Dom/Römer, go upstairs towards the Römer, and walk out to the street. If you are walking from the Hauptbahnhof, it will take you about 15-20 minutes. Easiest is to simply follow the tram tracks going down Munchenerstrasse.
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.