Frankfurt

Tours

The Frankfurt East End and the European Central Bank

Two hour theme walk for groups around the European Central Bank

New premises of the European Central Bank
New premises of the European Central Bank - © Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main

Tour:
Simply put, the architectural contrast between the former industrial zone and the home of the new European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt’s East End district could not be greater. The area around the new ECB complex in particular has undergone massive change, redefining the city district in its entirety. Locals and visitors now have the chance to explore the ”new” East End by way of this highly interesting discovery tour.

The main attractions of this guided tour include

  • the area between Flößer Bridge, Honsell Bridge and East Harbour Bridge with its view of the container harbour
  • the redesigned Ruhrort Wharf
  • the new twin towers of the ECB (from the outside), which also incorporate the heritage-listed former main market hall
  • the Jewish memorial at the ECB
  • the Honsell Triangle and Harbour Park with its new adventure playground

Meeting point:
In front of the old municipal library, Schöne Aussicht 2

Route:

  • Oskar-von-Miller-Straße
  • Wesel Wharf
  • Sonnemannstraße
  • Honsell Triangle (“Honselldreieck”)
  • Honsell Bridge (“Honsellbrücke”)
  • pier head
  • East Harbour Bridge (“Osthafenbrücke”)
  • Harbour Park
  • Ruhrort Wharf

Tour conclusion:
Restaurant “Oosten” next to the old crane.

Duration:
Two hours

Please notice:

  • Unfortunately, the tour route is not barrier-free
  • Find Information about visting the European Central Bank here

Price (incl. 19% VAT):
€ 170.00 per tour guide for up to 25 persons

Payment conditions:

For billing addresses within Germany:
- Payment due no later than three (3) weeks prior the tour date
- Short-term bookings (less than three weeks) require immediate payment

For billing addresses outside of Germany:
- Prepayment by credit card

Cancellation conditions:
- Cancellations submitted in writing at least fourteen (14) days prior to the date of the tour are free of charge