With famous sites to explore and historic buildings to visit, you won’t be short of things to do in Frankfurt.
Attractions in Frankfurt
It’s easy to see why the Römer is one of Frankfurt’s top attractions. Set at the heart of the medieval Altstadt, visiting this stunning town hall and the surrounding Römerberg square is a must.
St Paul’s Church is one of the most important political landmarks in Germany, and a popular spot for tourists. Visit this famous redbrick church before exploring the nearby markets around Römerberg.
The Frankfurt Opera House was opened in 1880 with Mozart's famous "Don Giovanni" opera. After its destruction during the Second World War, the building was rebuilt and now offers a varied programme of concerts and theatre performances. Fancy a look behind the scenes? Then book one of the Opera Houses guided tours.
Frankfurt is often nicknamed ‘Mainhattan’ thanks to its skyscraper skyline, and sightseers won’t want to miss climbing the Main Tower for some unforgettable views of Frankfurt from 56-storeys up.
Alte Oper, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Saalgasse, Eiserner Steg, Neue Altstadt, Hauptwache, Euro Sculpture, Ebbelwei Express, Dreikönigskirche (Epiphany Church), St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, Jewish Cemetery.