Spring in Frankfurt

The first rays of sunshine make their way. The season is perfect for discovering our favorite city in a relaxed manner: whether culinary delights, city tours or ideas for relaxing spring days, there is a lot to experience in Frankfurt!

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Travel by Train

Frankfurt is easily reached by train from all over Europe

Walking is good for you!

Especially when you’re discovering the hidden sides of Frankfurt at the same time.


Stay safe and explore Frankfurt virtually.

Guided Walking Tour: Between Palm Trees and the Frankfurt Skyline (German)

Guided city tour

A concrete urban jungle? No, that's definitely not Frankfurt! During this little expedition, you'll find out why Frankfurt is in fact more of a palm paradise than a city made of steel and stone.

With this tour through Europe's smallest metropolis, you'll find out many new things. You'll find out, for example, that the Cote d'Azur is not as far away as you may think. You'll find out why Empress "Sisi" of Austria once found herself stranded in Frankfurt, and that the famous explorer, Maria Sibylla Merian, grew up here, collecting her first caterpillars before heading out into the big wide world.

Guided Walk: Frankfurt's new old town and other highlights (German)

Guided city tour

Neue Altstadt (New Frankfurt Old Town)

Discover the most important sights, such as the new old town, the Römerberg, the cathedral, the Paulskirche and enjoy, the with view of the Frankfurt skyline from the Mainufer.

River Cruise in Frankfurt



Boat trips through Frankfurt upstream towards Gerbermühle and downstream towards Griesheim lock.

One trip takes 50 minutes, both trips combined 100 minutes.

TimeRide Frankfurt

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Malerei Ausstellung

Staedel Museum

Impressionism and French Art of the 18th Century

Renoir is considered a traditionalist among the Impressionists, who appreciated the craftsmanship of the Old Masters and was interested in the art of the French Rococo.

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Discover culinary Frankfurt

Around the World in the “Kleinmarkthalle”: Are you hungry for a warm pumpkin soup or Frankfurter sausages? You can find everything you need for a relaxed cooking evening as well as food from all over the world in Frankfurt’s indoor market hall “Kleinmarkthalle”. Enjoy!

Frankfurt Green Sauce

with hard-boiled eggs and boiled potatoes

Frankfurt Green Sauce is served cold over hard-boiled eggs and boiled potatoes. It is made of seven different kinds of herbs: borage, chervil, cress, parsley, salad burnet, sorrel and chives.

The most famous myth is that green sauce was Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's favourite dish, invented by his mother. Actually, the first green sauce recipe was published in 1860 in a cookbook by Wilhelmine Rührig, but Frankfurt locals love to connect their favourite fare to the renowned author, who was born in Frankfurt.


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