Frankfurt
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Our most recommended Frankfurt Neighborhood Tours

Welcome to Frankfurt: Private Tour with a Local

1. Welcome to Frankfurt: Private Tour with a Local

Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get a welcome to Frankfurt from a local host eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. Meet at your hotel or Airbnb accommodation and get familiar with the neighborhood. Learn all the insider tips, such as the best places to eat and buy groceries. Find out the easiest ways to get around. Alternatively, arrange to meet at a central landmark or intersection to start your walking tour (minimum 2 hours). Upon booking, a guide will get in touch to confirm all the details, such as meeting place and time. They will also ask you some questions to get to know you better so that the tour can be completely customized for you. Benefit from the option of taking public transportation or a taxi to get around (at your expense) at any point during your tour. Put yourself in the capable hands of a local expert, and learn about the top things to see and do during your time in the city. By the end, you will feel more comfortable navigating on your own, and confident that you have all the information you need.

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Frankfurt: Guided Bike Tour

2. Frankfurt: Guided Bike Tour

Your tour begins at the heart of Sachsenhausen, one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city. Here, cycle past 19th-century buildings, as well as trendy bars, cozy cafés and a wide range of restaurants. Ride along the narrow streets to reach the painter's quarter, where you can admire several art institutions and museums. Continue towards the Old Town, where you can see the home of the Goethe family and St Paul's Church, the cradle of German democracy. Continue towards the opera buildings to experience the iconic Frankfurt skyline. Take a small detour to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange to admire the popular bull and bear motif.  Back in the center, marvel at the modern landmark of the city: the European Central Bank tower. Cycle past some of the city's most popular bars, along the elegant new bridge to the Gerbermühle, Goethe's former summer residence, which has been converted into a popular restaurant. The tour ends back at the starting point.

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Frankfurt: Full-Day Baden-Baden and Strasbourg Trip

3. Frankfurt: Full-Day Baden-Baden and Strasbourg Trip

A longtime favorite with discerning travelers, Baden-Baden is an elegant spa town nestled among verdant hills. You can discover attractions such as its opulent casino with the help of an expert guide, before crossing the border to France to visit Strasbourg’s charming Old Town district, topped by its majestic cathedral. Grand palaces and luxurious villas stand proudly in the beautifully landscaped parks of Baden-Baden, as you stroll down noble avenues and learn why a sophisticated clientele has been coming here for centuries. See the famous Kurhaus (spa resort), and wander the lavish halls of the city’s famous casino. Should you choose to stay in Baden-Baden for a splash in the thermal pools or to try your luck at the roulette tables, you can later rejoin the tour group at a set time in the early evening. If you remain with the tour, you will continue onward for a scenic photo stop at Mummelsee Lake, before progressing on to Strasbourg in France through the mysterious Black Forest. Admire the sky-high Strasbourg Cathedral, with impressive Gothic interiors that are sure to take your breath away. Enjoy your leisure time exploring the streets of this UNESCO-protected burg. Peruse its delightful boutiques and cafés, or hop on a romantic canal cruise before your return to Frankfurt.

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What people are saying about Frankfurt

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 34 reviews

We were lucky and were the only ones who did the Frankfurt a. M. had booked. So the very nice guide could fully concentrate on us. It was a nice tour with good, sometimes amusing, information about the city and its history. We had booked the Sunday tour at 10.30am, which was very advantageous as it meant that there was relatively little traffic.

A wonderful, informative bike tour with guide Marvin. We were very satisfied and would be happy to recommend this experience to others.

I just loved the Strasbourg part of it. That only made it worthy! You can do it by train yourself instead of paying that much money.

Good organization, Marvin was a very pleasant (with a lot of expertise) tour guide

Nice guide, interesting tour and good information. RECOMMENDED!