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Stay & explore Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is a vibrant and diverse city offering a wide range of exciting attractions. From charming Apfelwein (apple cider) taverns to a revitalised old town, renowned museums to lush green parks thriving with nature, and last but not least, Germany’s only skyline.

Centuries of culture meets current trends, traditions harmonise with modernity and green spaces merge with urban flair – all in the middle of Europe and connected to the rest of the world.

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✨ Host City ambassadors

Alex Meier played for Eintracht Frankfurt from 2004 to 2018, the tall striker finishing as Bundesliga top scorer in 2014/15 with 19 goals – two more than Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben.

Deborah Levi, a sprinter who has run 100m in less than 12 seconds on several occasions before switching sports and winning 2022 Winter Olympic gold in the two-woman bobsleigh along with Laura Nolte.

💡 Helpful tips when visiting

🗣️ Sprinkle a little Deutsch: German might not be the easiest language to learn, but a simple "Bitte" (please) and "Danke" (thank you) will go a long way with the locals.

💶 Cash matters: While debit cards are widely accepted, having some cash on hand is wise. It's especially helpful at independent eateries, bakeries and markets, where cash is still king.

🪙 Tipping etiquette: Tipping is customary in Germany. In restaurants, it's common to round up the bill, and in bars, leaving a modest tip for excellent service is appreciated.

💧 Stay hydrated: German tap water is safe and delicious. Carry a reusable bottle, allowing you to refill at public drinking fountains.

🏪 Lazy Sundays: Most shops and supermarkets are closed on Sundays, so plan ahead and get your shopping done on Saturdays. Don’t worry, restaurants and attractions remain open.

Recycle like a champion ♻️

Germany takes recycling seriously – and it’s great for your wallet too!

🪙 Did you know that you pay a refundable deposit on your bottle in Germany? Simply bring them back to any supermarket to claim 25ct for every PET bottle and 8ct for every glass bottle.
🚮 Be like the Germans and sort your waste into different bins to score eco-friendly points during your stay.

👀 What to do

Römerberg/Neue Altstadt 🏙️

The historic city centre (Römerberg) was rebuilt in 1986 and the new old town (Neue Altstadt) in 2018 following historic plans. The walk through this area will provide you with a glimpse into the history of the city through numerous eras and architectural styles.

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Eiserner Steg 🌉

The Eiserner Steg footbridge is one of the most popular photo spots because of its iconic views of Frankfurt’s skyline. Built in 1869, this bridge is made of iron and concrete and connects the city centre and the Römerberg with Sachsenhausen on the southern bank of the river. Over 10,000 pedestrians cross the bridge daily.

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Main Tower Aussichtsplattform 🗼

Do you want to see Frankfurt from up high? Check out the Main Tower and go to the rooftop observation platform to enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of the city and its surroundings.

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Mainufer 🌇

The banks of the Main are the perfect spot to enjoy the warm months of June and July. Nothing can beat a picnic in a park right by the river with the city skyline in the background! The Fan Zone will be located on the northern side of the river, but don’t overlook the southern bank and its lovely cafés, gastro boats and museums.

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Rooftop bars 🍾

You’ll find many rooftop bars in the centre of Frankfurt. When the sun starts going down behind the towers, the sky turns red and there’s no better spot to be than a rooftop to check out these breathtaking views! Have a look at the list of rooftop bars on Frankfurt’s tourism website.

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Accommodation guides 🌟

We’ve partnered up with Booking.com to help you find the perfect accommodation for your budget and travel needs. Check out the location and budget guides below to find out which areas and types of accommodation are most suitable for you to stay in.

💶 Frankfurt accommodation budget guide

As the fifth-largest city in Germany and one of Europe’s busiest transport hubs, Frankfurt possesses plenty of budget and luxury accommodation types. Throughout the city, there are a lot of chain hotels, hostels and apartments for a range of different budgets.

As a thriving cosmopolitan city, Frankfurt has plenty of hotels and hostels, but places will likely be snapped up in advance so it’s best to book early to secure a room. 💡

🛏️ Hostels from €30/night*
🏨 Hotels from €58/night*
🏘️ Rental apartments from €60/night*
Luxury hotels from €251/night*

*Rates may increase closer to the tournament. Book early for the best deals ⬇️

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📍 Frankfurt accommodation location guide

With your 36 Hour Travel Pass, you’ll be able to travel across the entire RMV (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund) network at no additional cost on matchday and the day after. This includes Mainz, Wiesbaden and Gießen, so it’s worth exploring accommodation options in these cities too.

Near Frankfurt Arena 🏟️

For those looking to stay close to the Frankfurt Arena, there are many budget accommodation options. The hotels near Frankfurt Airport and the Bürostadt district offer walking routes to the Frankfurt Arena.

By cultural attractions & sights 🖼️

If you want to strike a balance between football and art, stay in City West or Innenstadt I districts. The latter is where you’ll find the Old Town, the Fan Zone and the historical Römerberg. South of the Main river, Innenstadt II and the Sachsenhausen district both possess their fair share of cultural delights and shopping options.

Both the stadium and Fan Zone can easily be reached using the efficient public transport system.

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Next to the nightlife scene 🪩

A vibrant university city, Frankfurt has plenty of nightlife venues specialising in everything from jazz to tech house. The Bockenheim student area, situated in the east of the city, is popular with younger visitors. Tourists can find numerous bars and central accommodation options in the Bahnhofsviertel. Other nightlife hubs include the Römerberg area, known for cocktails and fine dining, and the tourist-friendly district of Sachsenhausen across the Main river.

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Right by Frankfurt Central Station 🚉

Frankfurt Central Station is located in the Bahnhofsviertel district. You'll discover a variety of accommodation in close proximity to the Central Station or throughout the entire Bahnhofsviertel area. This location provides easy access to other major transportation hubs in the city. Moreover, the Fan Zone Mainufer is just a short walk away, and you can reach the stadium in approximately 20 minutes using public transportation. In essence, the attractions in the city are within proximity.

🍴 What to eat & drink

Grüne Soße 🟢

Translating as green sauce, Grüne Soße is served cold and typically consists of 7 regional herbs; it's eaten with baked potatoes and hard-boiled eggs.

Handkäs mit Musik 🧀

Handkäse is a raw milk cheese that is marinated in vinegar, oil, caraway seeds (similar to fennel), salt, and pepper. Be like the locals and eat it with Apfelwein and bread (called Handkäs mit Musik).

Apfelwein 🍏

The region around Frankfurt is one of the few in Germany known for its Apfelwein (apple cider). The most famous area is Sachsenhausen, where you’ll be able to taste plenty of homemade Apfelwein. Almost every pub has a wreath above the door with a Bembel – the classic jug from which the drink is served. Be on the lookout for that wreath, as it means that Apfelwein is available there. 👀

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🏳️‍🌈 The city of Frankfurt embraces the LGBTQI+ community and welcomes everyone. Every place is inclusive and aims to create a safe and inviting environment for people of all backgrounds and identities – head to Alte Gasse district, known locally as the Bermuda Triangle, where tourists are known to disappear for a while in its bars and clubs.

ℹ️ ️Tourist and emergency info

With the abundance of things to see and do in the city, make sure to read Frankfurt’s official tourism page for regular updates and ideas when planning your trip.

Visit Frankfurt's tourism page

Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main
Kaiserstraße 56
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 69 24 74 55 – 400

Local emergency services 🚨

Sometimes, unforeseen accidents happen. We want you to stay safe in Frankfurt, so if you are involved in an emergency of any kind, immediately dial 112, the European emergency number free of charge to receive assistance from police, fire or ambulance service.