The one and a half hours motorised city tour focuses on Frankfurt’s urban development from the Middle Ages to present day, also looking at the city’s blend of historical and modern architecture, its famous skyline and future architectural projects.
Frankfurt’s architecture is as colourfully diversified as its population. The very first high-rises went up back in 1920s. While the most famous of the modern high-rise buildins are the Messeturm designed by Helmut Jahn, the Commerzbank Tower designed by Norman Foster, the MAIN TOWER with observation platform and the new ECB.
In front of the main entrance of St. Paul’s Church, Paulsplatz
Tour introducing highlights the Römerberg:
- Schirn Art Hall
- The New Old Town
- Museum of Modern Art
- Museum Embankment
- European Central Bank
- Banking District
- Old Opera
- University, former IG-Farben-Haus (Poelzig)
- Messe Fairgrounds
- European District