Last update: 11.06.2021
Dear Frankfurt Visitors,
The following Corona rules and regulations apply.
A quick overview of the currently valid hygiene measures
2 households or 10 persons may meet, children up to 14 years of age are not counted.
Vaccinated and recovered persons are not counted.
A mask must be worn wherever the minimum distance of 1.50 m cannot be maintained.
Masks are compulsory at all public events and in public facilities.
Wearing a medical mouth-nose-cover (FFP2 or surgical mask) is mandatory in public transportation. Masks are also mandatory during the stay on platforms and at stops, when driving in a vehicle with persons from more than two household and in taxis.
|Prohibition of alcohol consumption||The consumption of alcohol is prohibited all day in defined public places, locations and facilities. From 11:00 pm – 6:00 am the consumption of alcohol is forbidden in all public places.|
|Leisure events + activities||
City tours and sightseeing tours are allowed again with a hygiene concept, minimum distance, recording of visitor data and negative proof of participants. The museums, the Zoo and Palmengarten are open, subject to prior appointment, hygiene concept, minimum distance and recording of visitor data.
|Restaurants||Indoor and outdoor gastronomy open with conditions (contact data collection, seating obligation, distance obligation), negative proof is only obligatory in indoor areas, in outdoor areas only strongly recommended.|
Overnight stays for tourism purposes are allowed again with negative proof of overnight guests.
|Messen + Business Meetings||
Trade fairs are prohibited. As a result of the course taken by the pandemic, many fairs and exhibitions are postponed or cancelled. The rental business continues to operate without restrictions, in compliance with the necessary hygiene and safety regulations.
Meetings and events with personal participation are only permitted in the case of special public interest and with the approval of the competent authority. The number of participants in attendance must be kept as low as possible and, in order to comply with the hygiene rules and the minimum distance, must be based, among other things, on the type and size of the venue. Wherever possible, telephone or video conferencing shall be used.
For up-to-date information please refer to the website of the Robert-Koch-Institut.
The hotline for the coronavirus of the state of Hessen is available daily from 08:00 to 20:00 hours on the state-wide number 0800-5554666.
Rules and regulations in German language
- Coronavirus - Fragen und Antworten der Stadt Frankfurt am Main
- aktuelle Verordnung des Landes Hessen und Auslegungshinweise
- Robert Koch-Institut
You can reach our tourist telephone hotline also Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 03:30 pm at +49 (0) 69/24 74 55 - 400