"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt for your journey to Wertheim Village the luxury shopping outlet roughly 1 hour away. Choose from the Express Option or Experience Option below and after your day of shopping simply meet back up with your host at the prearranged time to return to Frankfurt.Express Option:On arrival at Wertheim Village leave your coach and head inside to enjoy 4 hours or more of shopping at leisure. Explore the spacious outdoor mall independently and browse the wares at some 110 luxury shops discovering mens’ and womens’ clothing sportswear
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
"Meet your driver also your expert guide outside your centrally located Frankfurt hotel to begin your private 2.5-hour sightseeing tour of Frankfurt’s most impressive landmarks and sites. From the comfort of your air-conditioned vehicle soak up impressive views of Frankfurt’s top attractions as you journey through the one-time coronation city of the German emperors. Make your first stop at the Römer in Frankfurt’s Old Town. The Römer is a medieval building that has served as the pastel facades. Look out for St Paul’s Church which served as the seat of the very first freely elected German parliament and Frankfurt Cathedral before continuing to Old Sachsenhausen. As you wander through the district's narrow cobblestone lanes that are lined with quaint
Marriages are held at the Wartburg as well and the Wartburghotel will help you with all necessary prepaprations, BUT once again, their web-page explaines it only in german and so it might be the best...
Almost a castle village, spread out on a high hill top overlooking Eisenach. Here's where Martin Luther translated the New Testament from Latin to German in a very short time.
I visited here in 2009...