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Frankfurt City Tour
"Departing by open-top bus your Frankfurt city tour will take you to the Romer town hall. Constructed in the 15th century the Romer is Frankfurt's most important historic building taking its name from Roman settlements that existed there long before Frankfurt itself was founded.At the Romer you'll depart your tour bus to enjoy a leisurely walk around the historic heart of the city. Be sure to bring your camera to capture sights of architecturally stunning buildings such as St Paul's Church and Frankfurt Cathedral (Gotischer Kirchturm). The a pedestrianized district of Frankfurt famed for its lively cafés bars and restaurants.Back onboard your open-top bus
From EUR29.00
 
Frankfurt Combo: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip and Frankfurt City Tour
"Heidelberg Half-Day Trip (9:30am - 3pm) Start your combo tour with a trip to Heidelberg in the morning. Board a luxury coach in central Frankfurt and travel approximately 50 miles (80 km) south to the lovely city of Heidelberg often described as Germany's most beautiful city.Heidelberg will greet you with its lovely Renaissance buildings framed by vibrant green hills lining the River Neckar. Perched above the city is Heidelberg Castle which you’ll visit first. Seeing these famous castle ruins will undoubtedly be a highlight of your half-day trip!Your guide will show you the evocative castle’s many styles of German architecture and its interesting artifacts including the incredible wine barrel that is stored within the castle ruins. Reputedly the largest in the world the Heidelberg wine barrel can hold more than 51 gallons (193 liters) of wine.Enjoy panoramic views over Neckar Valley from the castle before descending into the city of Heidelberg for a walk around its medieval Old Town. Visit the notable Old Bridge Church of the Holy Spirit and House of the Knights with its impressive Renaissance facade and small lanes with half-timbered houses.Then relax on the 1-hour drive back to Frankfurt for the second portion of your combo tour.Frankfurt City Tour (4:30pm - 6:30pm)When you arrive back in Frankfurt
From EUR103.00
 
Frankfurt Layover Private Sightseeing Tour with Round-Trip Airport Transport
"After pickup from the Frankfurt airport by your guide your private layover tour begins at Frankfurt Central Train Station (Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof) just west of the city center. From here your guide will take you across the Friedensbruecke (Peace Bridge) over the River Main and point out Frankfurt's 13 museums along the renowned Museum Embankment.Continue to Old Sachsenhausen a pedestrian district of Frankfurt famed for its lively cafés bars and restaurants where you can embark on a short walk if you wish. Then
From EUR79.00

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Messeturm

Favorite thing Completed in 1991 according to the plans of the American architect Helmut Jahn, this office tower with its 63 floors and the instantly recognisable top has become Frankfurt’s modern city symbol.
The Messeturm was built according to the design principles of the classic American skyscraper style of the 1920s and 1930s.

Fondest memory Messeturm
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 49
60327 Frankfurt am Main

http;//www.skyscrapers.com

Stop U 4 Festhalle/Messe

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Polly74
Sep 29, 2004

Japan-Centre

Favorite thing In this oriental shape building there is a conference hall for up to 200 persons on the 1st floor.
In front of the building there is an original Japanese stone garden

Fondest memory Address: Taunustor 2-4
Stop U 1 - 5 Willy-Brandt-Platz

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Sep 29, 2004

European Central Bank

Favorite thing The European Central Bank is the main tenant of the building, and has separate entrances and security gates. Eurotower lies nearby the recently constructed Gallileo tower of Dresdner Bank.
There are several shops in the base at street level.

Fondest memory European Central Bank
Kaiserstrasse 29
60311 Frankfurt am Main

Phone +49 (0) 69 / 13 44 0
Fax +49 (0) 69 / 13 44 60 00

info@ecb.int

http;//www.ecb.de

Stop U 1 - 5 Willy-Brandt-Platz

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Sep 29, 2004

Kronenhochhaus

Favorite thing The steel crown on top of this building weighs 95 metric tons and is heated in winter to avoid icing.
A sculpture of a giant tie by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen is set up in front of the entrance.
This building is located next to the City-Haus and belongs to the same bank.
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Fondest memory Address: Mainzer Landstraße 58
Stop S1 - 6, S8 / 9 Taunusanlage

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Sep 29, 2004
 
 
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Deutsche Bank Zwillingstürme

Favorite thing 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.

Address: Tanusanlage 12
Stop S1 - 6, S 8 / 9 Taunusanlage

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Sep 28, 2004

See the Commerzbank building!!...

Favorite thing
See the Commerzbank building!! It's the tallest office building in Europe..71th in the whole world (as of July 2004)..It has some special features that makes this a beautiful and distinct building:

- triunghiular section, it has three faces, three corners (every corner has inside a different colour..red..yellow..blue..to know where you are)

- nine very big interior gardens...every three with a different climatic zone vegetation

- original natural ventilation system...every windows opens and closes automatically

- transparency...in some floors you can see from one side to the other

- it's very tall and it's 15 elevators are very fast

Check out the travelogue for the Commerzbank building!!

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codrutz
Jul 16, 2004

Mainhatten

Favorite thing Frankfurt has the biggest skyscrapers in Europe. The best place to get an eyefull in on the Hauptwache. The Hauptwache is middle of town, once called the main police station. It's that little house you can see in my collage picture. It's also the start of the shopping mile, called the Zeil (prounounced Ts-aisle), a pedestrian shopping zone that runs between Hauptwache and Konstablerwache.

Fondest memory For a good view of bustling Mainhatten, go up to the top floor in the department store, Kaufhof Galerie an der Zeil. The diner is called DINEA, and have a cup of coffee outside on the terrace.

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Weissdorn
Jun 06, 2004

If you are into ARCHITECTURE...

Favorite thing Frankfurt has it all... old style in the Römer, beautiful old houses in Sachsenhausen but most prominent, are the modern skyscrapers that line the Frankfurt skyline. Frankfurt is sometimes referred to as Frankfurt am Mainhattan...

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amyhenderson
Mar 10, 2003

Top 5 Frankfurt am Main Writers

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"Home of the world's best opera company"
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"Frankfurt"
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antistar

"The most Un-German City in Germany"
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"Main Metropolis"
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"A city better than its reputation"
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CoBa's section

Favorite thing
Commerzbank's (CoBa's) cross section.

There aren't many buildings in the world to have a triunghiular cross section

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codrutz
Jul 16, 2004

Frankfurt though compared to...

Favorite thing Frankfurt though compared to Berlin..is well...VERY HIGH! Great sky-scrapers tower the city, and it looks pretty good i'd say!

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RamSter
Sep 12, 2002

view the skyline. Frankfurt's...

Favorite thing view the skyline. Frankfurt's skyscrapers have some of the most interesting designs in the world such as the one pictured in the photo.

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roadnottaken
Aug 26, 2002

Things to Do Near Frankfurt am Main

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Hauptwache

When Frankfurt was a city state, its guards were policemen and soldiers in one. Their headquarters were in this building which was completed in 1730. The Hauptwache also had a small prison. During the...
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Alte Oper

On 18 October 2015, we met VT member Nemorino, who lives and works in Frankfurt-am-Main and who we consider to be a role model when it comes to tip writing because he always provides interesting facts...
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Deutsches Filmmuseum

I only spent half a day in Frankfurt but of course this movie geek had to visit the Deutsches Filmmuseum for the majority of my few hours in the city -- and it was worth every second! This isn't the...
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Sachsenhausen

If you cross the Main River on the Eisenbrucke, then walk straight up Elisabethstrasse and cross the road at the second set of traffic lights near a blue house, you will get to the entrance to Alte...
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Old town

Dreieich-Dreieichenhain has a very nice and picturesque centre with numerous half-timbered houses and some remains of the city walls. It is advisable to enter the centre from the upper part of...
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Burg Hayn

At the lower end of Fahrgasse, you will find the ruins of Hayn Castle. The earliest parts of the castle were built in the late 11th century, but there's hardly anything left of these. Instead, there...
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