Round-Trip-Cruises with KD
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Round-Trip-Cruises with KD
On board KD you can enjoy the best view of Germany’s most impressive skyline. During this one-hour panorama cruise, you will pass by the Römer, the Museum Embankment and St. Paul's Church. A great way to discover the famous skyline of Frankfurt while relaxing and listening to the stories on the past, present and future of the city.
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Alt-Sachsenhausen, with its apple wine pubs, historical half-timbered houses and narrow alleys, stands for Frankfurt cosiness and hospitality. No sojourn in Frankfurt is complete without a quick visit for a glass of the renowned "Frankfurt Ebbelwei".
This is the birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (28/08/1749) and the place of his youth. Of greatest historical significance is the "Dichterzimmer" (poet's study) on the third floor, which is where Johann Wolfgang von Goethe lived and wrote such celebrated works as "The Sorrows of Young Werther" and the beginnings of "Faust".
Erected in 1880 with the help of private donations, the Old Opera House was totally destroyed during World War II. The facade and the forecourt were reconstructed according to the original plans of the architect Lucae in 1981. On the third floor, there is a restaurant and bar with a terrace, which stays open until…
The Main Tower was completed in the year 2000 and has quickly become one of the most popular sights in Frankfurt. It measures 200 meters and invites the general public to visit its rooftop observation platform. From there, you will have the most spectacular panoramic view of Frankfurt and the surrounding region.
One of the oldest and most significant museum foundations in Germany and one of the world's most outstanding art museums, featuring masterpieces from seven centuries of art. Here you will find works of art by masters like Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Van Eyck and Botticelli. The completion of the Städel's underground extension is one of the…
Round-Trip-Cruises with KD
On board KD you can enjoy the best view of Germany’s most impressive skyline. During this one-hour panorama cruise, you will pass by the Römer, the Museum Embankment and St. Paul's Church. A great way to discover the famous skyline of Frankfurt while relaxing and listening to the stories on the past, present and future…
Applewine Express (Ebbelwei-Express)
One of Frankfurt’s most popular attractions is the Applewine Express. Take a tour on this merry streetcar and become better acquainted with downtown Frankfurt while enjoying pretzels and a glass or two of Frankfurt apple wine. This particular way of sightseeing also entails background music and plenty of laughs. The starting point of the Ebbelwei-Express…
Römerberg is a medieval square and the hub of the Old Town, Altstadt. The original Römerberg was destroyed during World War II, but it has been rebuilt since and nowadays you can once again stroll around this beautiful square and look at the various buildings. Hopefully your timing is right and you will get to…
Saint Paul's Church (Paulskirche)
Consecrated in 1833, this church served as the seat for the first German national assembly in 1848, which in turn provided the basis for Germany’s present-day constitution. Today, the site hosts award presentations as well political and cultural events.
Stepping into the Frankfurt Zoo is like entering another world: hold on to your hat while you marvel at all the majestic African animals and the exciting, colourful world of Madagascar. The list of foreign and exotic places and settings goes on and on and there is a total of 4,500 animals and over 500…
Lohrberg is an amazing lookout point which gives you panoramic views over the city. There is an entire park here well suited for hiking or sports, and you can also opt to come here in the summer as there are barbecue areas available. The MainÄppelHaus will give you an insight into the topic of gardening…
The Eiserner Steg is a pedestrian bridge built in 1869 with stunning views of the river Main and the city's skyline. It connects the centre of Frankfurt with Sachsenhausen. This is one of the most popular photo spots so do not forget the camera.
The Museum Embankment (Museumsufer)
This unique boulevard of cultural institutions comprises first-class museums presenting everything from applied arts, film and architecture to art, Jewish history and ancient sculptures. Famous architects such as Richard Meier and O.M. Ungers were involved in the construction and expansion of many of the architectonic gems on display. A few examples are the fine art…
Botanical Garden (Palmengarten)
Frankfurt’s botanical gardens consist of 20 hectares of parklands and 9,000 square metres of greenhouses replete with flora of the most diverse climate zones. Internationally renowned exhibitions and festive events provide a colourful fringe programme.
The English Theatre
The English Theatre Frankfurt has gained fame as the largest English-speaking theatre in continental Europe. It has become a major player in the Rhine-Main region's cultural scene since its foundation in 1979. Its repertoire comprises comedy, drama, poetry slams and musicals.
Cathedral of St. Bartholomew
With its 95 meter high tower rising over the city centre, this Cathedral is hard to miss. Consecrated in the name of St Bartholomew in 1239, this cathedral was officially chosen to serve as the electoral site for kings of the Holy Roman empire in 1356. Ten imperial coronations took place here between 1562 and…
Frankfurt Green Belt (GrünGürtel)
Some 70 kilometres in length, the Frankfurt Green Belt is the most important natural feature of the RheinMain Regional Park. This beautiful band of green consists of mixed-fruit orchards, nature reserves, brooks and streams, parks and gardens as well as sports and recreation facilities.
It may sound like a paradox, but it is true: since 2018, Frankfurt is proud of its “new old town”. As part of the DomRömer Project several streets and squares, which were destroyed during the Second World War, were reconstructed. By using more than 60 spolia, original components of the historic buildings, a new quarter…