Altstadt (Old City) is the historic, cultural, and culinary heart of Frankfurt, with restored medieval buildings around a huge town square, notable churches and museums, and historic restaurants serving traditional local fare. Be sure to walk to Fressgasse (eating street), a pedestrian-only street of cafés, gourmet food shops, and jazz clubs.
POINTS OF INTEREST
A pedestrian walkway and the first suspension bridge in Europe, the Eiserner Steg connects the city center with Sachsenhausen and…Learn More >
The attractive baroque building with a steeply sloping roof is the actual Hauptwache (Main Guardhouse), from which the square takes…Learn More >
The soaring vaulted ceilings make the Gothic Karmeliterkirche (Carmelite Church) an ideal setting for huge Roman columns and other local…Learn More >