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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
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Frankfurt Super Saver: Neuschwanstein Castle and Rothenburg Day Trip
"Neuschwanstein Castle Tour: (7 hours)Board your coach in central Frankfurt in the morning and travel roughly 262 miles (422 km) south to the enchanting Bavarian town of Füssen located at the southernmost tip of Germany’s Romantic Road.Füssen is home to one of Germany’s star attractions: Neuschwanstein Castle. Perched on a rocky hill this fairy tale palace rises steeply above the village of Hohenschwangau dominating the surrounding plains and Alpine foothills. You’ll understand immediately why Walt Disney used this royal castle as his inspiration for Sleeping Beauty.Bypass the entrance lines and follow your guide on a narrated tour of the castl the shy and troubled King Ludwig II who used the palace as his personal refuge during his turbulent reign. Neuschwanstein is by far the most distinctive of the king’s three Bavarian castles built in classic Neo-Gothic Revival style. Its grandeur is simply breathtaking.After your tour
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Neuschwanstein Castle Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Board an air-conditioned coach in central Frankfurt in the morning and relax on the scenic drive south through Bavaria's Alpine foothills. At the southernmost tip of the breathtaking Romantic Road reach the enchanting little town of Füssen approximately 161 miles (260 km) south of Frankfurt. Sitting high on a rocky outcrop overlooking the valley is Neuschwanstein Castle the breathtaking Neo-Gothic Revival palace of King Ludwig II of Bavaria that served as the inspiration for Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty.When you arrive at Neuschwanstein Castle skip the entrance lines for a guided tour. Welcoming nearly 6000 visitors per day and popular year-round Neuschwanstein garners long entrance lines
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Dom

The Romanesque Dom is Mainz's most imposing building. It is huge, central, and while it doesn't tower above the city like some, you can see it peeking out through many of the streets. Up close, in the...
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antistar
Nov 02, 2011

Visiting St.Martin’s Cathedral

The cathedral is now rightfully called one of the most famous buildings in Germany. It is a place of worship – an Episcopal church.High Mess takes place on Sundays at 10 a.m. A vesper service is held...
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hunterV
Oct 30, 2011

St. Martin's Cathedral

St Martin's cathedral is considered Germany's second most important catholic church, with Cologne's Dom being first. Originally a Roman-style basilica, built in 975 AD, the church reached its current...
Ewingjr98
Apr 04, 2011

St Martin's Cathedral

This huge, towering Romanesque cathedral dates back to 975, with most of it built during the 13th and 14th centuries. On March 27, 1188, the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa joined in the Third...
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Tom_Fields
Mar 15, 2009

Mainz Cathedral

Mainz Cathedral, formally known in English as St. Martin Cathedral (in German Mainzer Dom, sometimes Der Hohe Dom zu Mainz) is located near the historical center and pedestrianized market square of...
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Maria250
Oct 29, 2008

Cathedral

Mainz Cathedral is without doubt the most impressive building in town. It look back on an over 1000-year-long history. The first Cathedral from the 10th century was destroyed by a fire. The new one...
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Leipzig
Aug 07, 2007

Dom

The Dom has been called the most important Romanesque (i.e. 11th to 13th century) structure along the Rhine, and it is certainly the gem in the crown of Mainz's attractions. Perhaps some of its appeal...
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yooperprof
May 14, 2007

Dom- und Diözesanmuseum

The Mainz Cathedral is a piece of art in itself. Much of the building was built in the 12th century while Mainz was the center of religion in Germany. The museum offers audio tours while you walk at...
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sportell
Dec 12, 2006

St. Martin's Cathedral (Mainzer Dom)

They started building this cathedral in 975 a.D. and have been working on it off and on ever since.It is easily the most prominent landmark in Mainz. Evidently the local zoning regulations don't allow...
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Nemorino
Sep 19, 2004

Dom

Crikey!!!!! how is this one last?..... ok forgot to scan this pic, but probably the most memorable sight in Mainz is the Dom. Huge Cathedral in ths center, most of the city leads to here, and very...
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bonio
Apr 15, 2003

Cathedral

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FreeCloud
Sep 02, 2002

MartinsDom

This DOM lies in the heart of Main city.The archbishops of Mainz made this DOM their laying place. This monument is huge and made with sandstone. A beautiful piece of art.
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missbean
Dec 12, 2004
 
 
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"Mainz am Rhein"
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"Opera and cycling in Mainz"
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"Mainz 57"
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"Willkommen in Mainz - Welcome to Mainz"
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Things to Do Near Mainz

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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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Mathildenhoehe

The Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich (1867-1908) designed this house and all of the interior for himself as part of the 1901 exhibition at the artists colony at Mathildenhöhe. During the...
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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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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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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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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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