Frankfurt Höchst

Two hour walk through the Frankfurt city district of Höchst for groups

Outside view of the Bolongaro Palace in Frankfurt Hoechst
Outside view of the Bolongaro Palace in Frankfurt Hoechst - © Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main

The Frankfurt city district of Höchst is vivacious and culturally diverse. Originally an independent city, Höchst was integrated into Greater Frankfurt in 1928. Today, the former manufacturing centre presents itself as a lively, multifaceted town. Höchst is particularly well known for its picturesque old town, which was monument-listed in 1972. With its winding laneways, historical buildings and beautiful half-timbered architecture, it exudes a charming old-world atmosphere. In July 2013, Höchst’s old town was made an official member of the German Timberframe Road.

Meeting point:
Main entrance of Höchst Train Station


  • Expressionist-style park (Dalbergstraße)
  • St Joseph’s Church (corner of Hostatostraße/Justinuskirchstraße)
  • market square featuring former city fortifications
  • old town featuring timberframe architecture and royal houses
  • Bolongarostraße featuring Kronberger Haus and Antonite monastery
  • Bolongaro Palace
  • mediaeval fortress on the banks of the River Main
  • castle square
  • St Justin’s Church

Inside viewings:

  • St Justin’s Church (Visits are possible during standard opening hours and outside of major events only.)
  • Bolongaro Palace (closed due to renovations until further notice)
  • St Joseph’s Church (open daily)

Two hours

Please notice:
The tour route is not barrier-free

Price inclusive 19% VAT:
€ 170.00 per tour guide for up to 25 persons
€ 15.00 surcharge travel expense 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.