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Goethe House

Goethe House

Birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (*28.08.1747) and 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".
Old Opera House (Alte Oper)

Old Opera House (Alte Oper)

Erected in 1880 with the help of private donations, the Old Opera House was totally destroyed during World War II. The façade and the forecourt were reconstructed according to the original plans of the architect Lucae in 1981. On the third floor is a restaurant and bar with a terrace, which stays open late.
Main Tower

Main Tower

The Main Tower was completed in the year of 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.
Städel Museum

Städel Museum

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 most important events in the art institute’s long and celebrated history. The groundbreaking architecture of the new hall is a must-see for visitors of Frankfurt.
Applewine Express (Ebbelwei-Express)

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.
Römerberg

Römerberg

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 witness one of the public festivals that are held here. At the centre of the square lies the Fountain of Justice (Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen), where the statue of goddess Justitia holds the scales of justice. Perhaps the most famous building here is the "Römer", which is the city hall, and has been so for the last 600 years.
St. Paul's Church (Paulskirche)

St. 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.
Frankfurt Zoo

Frankfurt Zoo

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 species from across the globe here. Apart from the fixed features, there are festivals, exhibits and themed tours to enjoy as well.
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