The Station District – Frankfurt’s Melting Pot

City walk through Frankfurt’s most unusual and entertaining quarters for groups

Frankfurt Central Station
Frankfurt Central Station - © © Rühl

Frankfurt’s station district, spanning only half a square kilometre, is home to people from 180 countries.
The formerly mundane station district was originally established at the end of the 19th century, serving as an important international traffic and transport hub. The name of its most significant street, “Kaiserstraße” (Emperor’s Street), connecting the station district with downtown Frankfurt, reminds one of the quarter’s former grandeur. Here, beneath Frankfurt’s imposing skyline, one finds a sort of urban microcosmos, with mosques, schools, shops, offices, cultural facilities and residential buildings standing harmoniously side by side. The attractions of the red-light district are well known, while many innovative urban projects, such as Germany’s first supervised methadone kitchen for heroin addicts, are not.

Come and take a closer look at one of Frankfurt’s most unusual and entertaining quarters. You’ll definitely be surprised!

Meeting point:
Touist Information Hauptbahnhof (Main Train Station)


  • Station Forecourt (History of Frankfurt’s the main train station, former Schumann Theatre, former residence of Oskar Schindler)
  • Moselstraße (Tolerance zone)
  • Niddastraße (Supervised methadone kitchen for addicts)
  • Münchner Straße (Multicultural life in the heart of Frankfurt)
  • Kaiserstraße (Wilhelminian-style quarter, Freemason’s lodge)
  • Taunusanlage (former site of previous railway stations, English Theatre, old city fortifications)

One and a half hours

Prices inclusive VAT:
€ 170.00 per tour guide 

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