Frankfurt is an exciting city to visit with many attractions to explore. Whether you enjoy history, architecture, museums or galleries, the best way to make the most out of the city is to join sightseeing tours, of which there are plenty to choose from.
Frankfurt Sightseeing Tours
Step aboard Stadtrundfahrt City Sightseeing, an open-top double decker bus for an exciting one-hour guided tour, available in several languages. This hop on, hop off tour incorporates the city’s major attractions. Visitors can disembark at any of the sixteen stops and re-join the tour at a later stage. This is a fast and convenient way to see major attractions such as Alte Oper Frankfurt, Frankfurt Zoo, Frankfurt Messe, and an array of museums.
Alternative Frankfurt Tours
For those who love to explore a city by foot, take part in the Frankfurt on Foot tour. This fun and informative tour takes three to four hours and is given in English. Knowledgeable tour guides will provide a wealth of knowledge about the history and architecture of Frankfurt, as well as highlighting famous sights and revealing stories about the city.
For those who prefer two wheels enjoy sightseeing in Frankfurt on bike. There are various locations to rent bicycles in the city and many clearly well-marked trails.
Frankfurt sightseeing boat cruises are available offering short guided tours to something a little different and unique. Cruise options include breakfast, Sunday brunch or dinner cruises, and evening skylight tours, as well as firework and Christmas cruises.
For those who wish to find their own way around the city, enjoy a self-guided tour. Visit Frankfurt’s many attractions to your own timescale and stopping wherever you wish. City maps are available at many locations in the city or pick one up at your hotel reception at Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt. This Frankfurt all-glass hotel is within convenient reach of the city’s attractions and provides designer accommodation after a day of sightseeing or a guided tour.