Saint Paul’s Cathedral | “Römer” Town Hall | Goethe House | Main Tower | “Alte Oper” Opera House | “Palmengarten” Botanic Garden | “Senkenberg” Museum | Trade Fair Centre | Central Station | “Riverbank Museums” | “Eiserner Steg” Pedestrian Bridge | “Alt Sachsenhausen” Pub District | “Untermainkai” Riverside Avenue | “Mainkai” Riverside Avenue | Frankfurt Zoo
Located along the River Main, Frankfurt is the financial center of Germany. While much of the city was damaged during World War II and later rebuilt, it is still home to some stunning and iconic landmarks, like the Goethe House Museum.
There are numerous ways to explore this wonderful city, and the hop on hop off bus tour is a convenient and quick way to see all of Frankfurt’s top attractions. It’s as simple as it sounds; you can hop on a bus, travel to all important landmarks in the city, and then hop right off, with no strings attached.
Read on to know everything about the hop-on hop-off services in Frankfurt.
Hop-on hop-off tours are the easiest and most convenient way to experience the sights of Frankfurt.
Flexible Cancellation Policy: Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours in advance.
Discounted Tickets: Children aged 4-14 enjoy reduced ticket pricing.
Flexible Cancellation Policy: You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Audio Guides Available In: German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Japanese, Russian, and Chinese
This compact route takes you to all major highlights throughout the city, with 15 stops.
Stops include Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Goethe House, Riverbank Museums, Sachsenhausen Pub District and Römer Town Hall, among others.
This route takes you past the major sights in Frankfurt, with a total of 15 stops.
Popular stops include Frankfurt Zoo, Goethe House, Main Tower, Romer Town Hall, Eschenheimer Tor Town Gate, Senkenberg Museum, and Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
Initially built between 1787 and 1833, St Paul’s Cathedral was destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in 1948. It was here that the Frankfurt Parliament, the first freely-elected German legislative body first convened in 1848.
The Goethe House is a house museum and was the birthplace and residence of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the German poet, and writer. Today, it is decorated with paintings and furniture from the era.
This 56-story skyscraper stands at 200 meters tall in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt, along the Main river. It features a blue glass exterior, and there are two public viewing platforms and a viewing observatory.
This concert hall in Frankfurt’s inner city dates back to 1880. After it was destroyed by bombs, it was rebuilt in the 1970s. Many iconic operas were performed here, like Schreker’s Der Ferne Klang, and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
One of three botanical gardens in Frankfurt the Palemgarten dates back to 1763. It is one of the oldest scientific gardens in Germany. Currently, it is home to over 500 species of endangered plants found on the Red Lists.
Römerberg is a public square in the Altstadt of Frankfurt located in front of the Römer (or city hall). It is the historic heart of medieval Altstadt and is surrounded by picturesque timber houses. It hosts the outdoor Frankfurt Christmas Market.
Frankfurt Cathedral, officially Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew, is a Gothic church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew. The present church building is the third church on the same site, which dates back to the 7th century.
Frankfurt Zoological Garden is spread across an area of 11 hectares and is home to over 4,500 animals of over 510 species. It was founded in 1858 and is the second oldest zoo in Germany, after the Berlin Zoo.
Frankfurt Central Station (or Hauptbahnhof) is one of the most important train stations in Germany. It was built in the late 19th century and features Neo-Renaissance architectural styles, and features a large and impressive clock.
Frankfurt’s Historical Museum was founded in 1878 and includes cultural and historical objects connected to the history of Frankfurt. There are exhibits on Mediaeval Frankfurt, the sixteenth century, and more.
The Städel Museum is one of the most important art museums and collections in Germany. There are thousands of paintings, sculptures, and photographs on display, as well as drawings, prints, and a large art library.
An incredibly popular photo spot for tourists the Eiserner Steg footbridge offers great views of the Frankfurt skyline. The iron and concrete footbridge is crossed by over 10,000 people every day and is built in the neo-Gothic style.
A. Yes, Frankfurt does have a hop on hop off bus tour with a number of distinct routes.
A. You can purchase Hop on hop off Frankfurt bus tour tickets online.
A. There are various hop-on hop-off bus tours, and their tickets which begin from €18.
A. Hop-on hop-off buses are tourist buses that allow you to board and leave whenever you like and sightsee at your own convenience
A. Frankfurt hop-on hop-off bus tours run at a frequency of 30 to 40 minutes.
A. Yes, you will get access to audio guides available in up to 9 languages, to help you learn more about the city.
A. Yes, the hop-on hop-off tours in Frankfurt are accessibility-friendly for wheelchair users.