Central square of the medieval quarter of the city. It is surrounded by the City Hall houses, one of the main attractions of the city.

Built where the old Roman city used to stand, the square has a fountain at its centre, topped by a statue. This main square of the city serves as a stage for numerous events like the traditional Christmas market, fairs and various outdoors shows.

St Bartholomaus Cathedral

This Gothic-style building was a relevant site in the history of Germany, and was the symbol of national unity in Germany during the 19th century.

Rebuilt in 1867 after a fire, the Cathedral contains remains of the ancient Gothic cloister that have been turned into a museum featuring exquisite gold pieces and regal clothing items dating back to the Middle Ages.

Sachsenhausen District

Located on the left bank of the Main river, it is a very lively area of the city with pubs and bars where you'll be able to taste Frankfurt's traditional drink (Apfelwein), and its culinary specialty like ox in green sauce, traditional cheese and pretzels

Cobblestone streets and small squares surrounded by old houses carry the traveller to the this German city’s remote past.



Goethe Museum and Goethe House

Goethe Museum and Goethe House

Until 30th December

Come and visit the Frankfurt Goethe Museum. This is where Johann Wolfgang Goethe was born on the 28th of August 1749 "at midday, as the clock was striking twelve", and where he grew up with his sister Cornelia.

Opera Square Festival

Opera Square Festival

From 22nd June until 1st July

It pays homage to what is one of the most beautiful places in Frankfurt. This feast for the senses offers visitors many colourful culinary delights and a wonderfully diverse stage programme featuring everything from jazz to pop music.


On the banks of the Seine, the majesty of Paris is unveiled. The magic of its emblematic and historic sites will immerse you in the capital’s history as you enjoy all the charm and romanticism the city has to offer.​​