The Top Ten in Frankfurt
The historical centre of Frankfurt is home to the Römer (Town Hall incl. Emperors’ Hall), the Ostzeile (a row of ancient timber-frame houses), the Fountain of Justice and Alte Nikolaikirche.
2. New Old Town
This historical quarter has been faithfully reconstructed according to its original blueprints.
Emperors’ cathedral, former coronation site of kings of the Holy Roman Empire.
4. St Paul’s Church
Germany’s first national assembly met here in 1848, paving the way for the country’s present-day constitution.
The most unique in all of Europe!
Frankfurt’s apple wine district features numerous pubs, restaurants and shops built in the historical timber-frame style.
Twenty-two hectares of beautiful botanical gardens with 7,000 sq/m of greenhouse space.
8. Frankfurt Zoo
“Learning about the animal kingdom while preserving nature”: Founded in 18 58, Frankfurt Zoo was brought back to life in 1945 by its famous former director, Professor Bernhard Grzimek.
This picturesque city district features historical timber-frame architecture, a mediaeval castle and St Justin’s Church.
10. Museum Embankment
This unique and very multifaceted museum landscape along the banks of the River Main stands for cultural and architectural pleasures.