Frankfurt is one of the most important city in Germany and in Europe. It’s the financial hub of the country. It’s on the banks of Main river and has deep history to its present. Once it was destroyed in second world war and now there are many skyscrapers highlighting the city. its very unique in itself.
Getting In & Around
Central railway station, Connected by city buses, suburban trains S-Bahn and metro system U-Bahn and Trams. services: Shopping, Restaurants, waiting halls, parking, lockers and public facilities are available here.
Tickets: single ticket € 2.75, Day ticket € 5.35, weekly ticket € 26.10, monthly ticket € 90.40.
Frankfurt Card gives you freedom of travelling in frankfurt zone 50.
It is also valid in airport line and also gives discount to attractions and museums more info
1-day ticket: € 11
2-day ticket: € 16
Römerberg. Photo by lapping from Pixabay
See & Do
footbridge | opening hours: open area
church | tickets: museum €3
museum | tickets: Adult €7, Reduced €3
skyscraper | opening hours: Summers: 10 am to 9 pm, to 11 pm (fri-sat), Winters: 10 am to 7 pm, to 9 pm (fri-sat), tickets: Adults : €7,50, Concessions : €5* Free entry for under 6. address: Neue Mainzer Straße 52 – 58, D – 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Visit website phone: +49 69 3650-4878, email: [email protected]
opera house | tickets: Adult €7, Reduced €3
Römer (City Hall):
public Square | opening hours: open area, address: Römerberg 26, 60311 Frankfurt am Main.
zoo | tickets: Adult €12, Reduced €6