At the start of the tour, from outside, discover the architectural beauty of St. Paul’s Church. Through storytelling, become familiar with its significance and the role it has played in Germany’s history. Wander the historic center of Frankfurt and witness fantastic monuments, landmarks, and the authentic atmosphere that decorates every site. Admire the staggering City Hall, one of the most iconic objects in Frankfurt. Go back in the past as you step foot within Franfkurts’ charming „new old town“. Learn about centuries-old customs and medieval traditions while discovering unique architectural gems full of stunning stories and history. Experience Bridge Eiserner Stegworth, one of the most popular photo spots in Frankfurt. Enjoy excellent views as you learn the story of this stunning neo-Gothic-style bridge. Then, from outside, indulge in sightseeing of the largest religious building in Frankfurt. Feel like a local as you discover a charming little market. At the end of the tour, learn the story of the Goethe House and enjoy its architecture.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Goethe House: 10 EUR

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    St. Paul's Church

    The St. Paul's Church has a major historical significance to Germany as we know it today, where the first national assembly was held in this building in 1849.

  • 2

    Altstadt Historical Center

    This Historical center contains a wide variety of historical objects and sites of the city that traces back from the prehistoric to the modern era. Visitors will be able to experience a blast in the past with the many historical constructions and buildings that stand to this day.

  • 3

    Römer City Hall

    This uniquely constructed patrician villa serves as the home of Frankfurt's town hall to this day for over 600 years. It holds great significance to the locals and the many cafes and bars will allow visitors to relax and chat with the people there while sightseeing.

  • 4

    New Old Town

    The new old town presents itself as Frankfurt's ongoing urban development by combining the modern standards of construction with the classic renaissance style to create a richly developed area for events and festivals alike.

  • 5

    Bridge Eiserner Stegworth

    Built-in 1868, Eiserner Steg served as the main connection between the old town of Frankfurt & the Sachsenhausen district. The many locks used to link the bridge together into a giant chain have earned this bridge the name of the "Love Lock Bridge"

  • 6

    Frankfurt Cathedral

    The Cathedral of St. Bartholomew is known for its 95-meter-long tower and was once used as the location for selecting holy Roman emperors dating back to the 14th century.

  • 7

    The little Market Hall 12

    This marketplace contains all sorts of fresh products ranging from exotic local delicacies to high-quality produce all at a reasonable price. The stall workers in the markets are kind to anyone who arrive, whether it be a local or a foreigner, and some can speak in English to those who don't know the German language.

  • 8

    Goethe House

    This house was once used by the famous author and poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose works include The Sorrows of Young Werther, Sturm und Drang, and Faust. Restored to its original condition, this bourgeois-styled house contains many antique furnishings, and paintings, as well as the desk where Goethe worked on his literature.

Meeting Point

In front of St. Paul's Church
(Paulsplatz 11, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.