There’s plenty to see and do in this 2,000-year-old German city. The gothic Saint Bartholomeus Cathedral is a perseverant structure, having been destroyed and rebuilt twice since its 14th century construction. Catch a screening at the German Film Museum, stroll the exhibit halls of one of Frankfurt’s many galleries, or climb to the top of the Main Tower for sweeping 360-degree views of the city.

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

The SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE FRANK­FURT is one of most impor­tant exhi­bi­tion venues in Europe. Since opening in 1986, it has presented more than 240 exhi­bi­tions on around 2,000 m² of floor space and can boast a total of more than 8.8 million visi­tors. The SCHIRN focuses on art-histor­ical and historico-cultural themes, discourses, and trends from a contem­po­rary perspec­tive. Its range...

Goethe House

The house in which the legendary German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe lived his early years in invites you to discover the place and to learn more about life in the 18th century. Next to the historical site you can visit the Goethe-Museum, a collection of marvelous paintings of Goethe’s era that takes you on a journey from Goethe's youth in Frankfurt to his elder years in Weimar and beyond....


Housed in a castle-like structure, this art museum holds an impressive collection of classical, Renaissance and Baroque sculptures. Die Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung bleibt vom 16. Marz bis einschließlich 10. April geschlossen. Die Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung folgt damit der behordlichen Vorsorgemaßnahme der Stadt Frankfurt im Zuge der Verbreitung des Coronavirus (Covid-19).

Deutsche Bank Park

The Deutsche Bank Park stands on the site of its great predecessor – the legendary Frankfurt Waldstadion. It forms an integral part of German sporting history and has always been the focal point of life in the region. The Waldstadion has gone through many changes in the past and has now, at the start of the new millennium, been completely refurbished and given a new strategic concept. The...