Our 10:30 Daily Tour is a 3-4 hour, easy walking tour that takes place 365 days a year, all holidays included. No minimum number of participants. You never need reservations to join this tour, all you need to do is be there before the tour begins at 10:30.
Our Meeting Point is directly on the corner of Braubachstrasse 41 & 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.
Adults – 14.00 €
Seniors, Students, Military – 12.00 €
Children 12 and under – Free
Payment for the Daily tour is cash and only in euro
All tour prices include 19% VAT
Every day is tour day, we walk rain or shine (or snow) and all holidays! Please try to be on time as the tours leave punctually. 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.
We visit the highlights of the city while we tell you about the extensive and fascinating history of Frankfurt. We take you places that the tour buses can’t and we leave no carbon footprint. We have searched high and low for the quirky bits of Frankfurt that will make your sightseeing tour memorable and we do it all for an affordable price.
Discover the best of Frankfurt with Frankfurt on Foot:
– The Roemer and the Roemerplatz, City Hall and old town square
– Book Burning Memorial, site of the Nazi book burning
– Alte Nikolai Church, Gothic church built in 1290
– House Wertheim, the inner city’s only original half-timbered house left at the end of WWII, we tell you how it was saved and why
– Eisener Steg, pedestrian bridge on the Main River, covered with Love Locks, & offering a great view of the skyline and the many, varied museums lining the riverbanks of the Main.
– St Bartholomew, better known as the Kaiserdom. An Imperial Church and site for the elections and coronations of the Holy Roman Emperor for centuries
– Joerg Ratgeb‘s wall paintings in the Karmeliter Kloster (Carmelite Cloister), the largest religious wall paintings north of the Alps, painted in the early 1500’s (closed on some holidays)
– Stumble Stones (Stolper Steine), a sobering way to commemorate the many victims who lost their lives under the Nazi regime
– Jewish Holocaust Memorial Wall, a very personal memorial that the city of Frankfurt has created, to honor the memory of the 12,000 Frankfurt Jewish Citizens who lost their lives during the Holocaust, including Anne, Margot and Edith Frank
– Medieval Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest and largest Jewish cemeteries in Germany
– Jewish Ghetto Wall, (Staufenmauer) once part of the city’s defensive walls built in 1180, it later became one of the walls that surrounded the 1st Jewish Ghetto in Germany
– Klein Markt Halle (little market hall), a tour favorite, this is a wonderful market hall filled with fruits, vegetables, chocolates, pastries, cheeses, breads, meats, fish, and delicacies from around the world (closed on Sundays and holidays)
– Hauptwache, historic Frankfurt landmark
– The Bull and the Bear at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
– The Thurn and Taxis Palace, a lovely reconstruction of 18th Century Baroque architecture
– Eschenheimer Turm, an original guard tower from the city’s outer defensive wall, built early 1400’s
– Alte Oper, one of Europe’s classic opera houses, once known as the most beautiful ruin in Germany
– The Goethe House, where Frankfurt’s’ favorite son was born
– The Frankfurt City Model at the City Planning Office (not on weekends & holidays)
– Paulskirche, the location of Germany’s very first democratically elected parliament in 1848
Because all of our guides are native English speakers, you never have to worry about whether or not you will understand the guides. We try to be as accurate as possible with our information, but never boring, because our tours are more than just a collection of facts and dates!
Along the way, we answer any questions you might have about Frankfurt and Germany. We can give you advice on where to find the best Green Sauce or Schnitzel, where to shop for souvenirs, which museums to visit, as well as information about local events and how to find them.