If you want a getaway from Frankfurt, Rothenburg ob der Tauber is perhaps the most romantic place to go. It is considered by many as the perfect German fairy tale town. As a Free Imperial City from the 13th century onwards, it was one of the most important city-states of the Middle Ages. Learn all about the famous story of the "Master draught"....Read more
If you're staying in Frankfurt and want a short getaway, Heidelberg is the place to go. It wonderfully combines old and new buildings, narrow streets, market squares, arts, history, science, shopping, eating and relaxing. The main road through the Old Town is one of the longest pedestrian zones in Europe and is where most of the shopping is...Read more
What is Unique about this tour: In this tour, you will visit the Old Town and streets of the Old Town of Budingen. For a background of the city’s history, this place became home to the 1st squadron (1st cavalry regiment) of the US Army. Also, this city was visited by Albert Einstein in 1952, to visit the castle museum incognito. In this tour,...Read more
Take a comfortable train and experience Frankfurt Old Town walking tour with your own Professional Guide. Immerse yourself into the city's beauty, visit the best selected Highlights and let yourself enjoy the vibes!
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If you are staying in Frankfurt and want a short getaway from Germany’s only high-rise skyline, Mainz is perhaps the most romantic place to go.
Situated at the confluence of the rivers Rhine and Main, the Roman-founded capital of Rhineland-Palatinate exudes a "savior Vivre'' dating from Napoleon’s occupation (1797-1814). Dive into the...Read more
Mainz is perhaps the most romantic place to go which is located at the confluence of the rivers Rhine and Main. You will see Gutenberg Museum, dedicated to Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press and where his original 15th century translation of the Bible is still to be seen. look up at the life-size statue of the city’s most...Read more