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Découvrir Frankfurt

Découvrir Frankfurt

Römerberg

Römerberg 27, Frankfurt, 60311

The Roemerberg is Frankfurt’s old central square. Ornately gabled half-timbered buildings, reconstructed after WWII, give an idea of how beautiful the city’s medieval core once was. In the square's centre is the Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen; in 1612, at the coronation of Matthias, the fountain ran with wine. The Roemerberg is especially lovely as a backdrop for the Christmas market in December.

Kaiserdom

Domplatz 14, Frankfurt, 60311

Frankfurt’s red-sandstone cathedral is dominated by a 95m-high Gothic tower, which can be climbed via 324 steps. Construction began in the 13th century; from 1356 to 1792, the Holy Roman Emperors were elected (and, after 1562, consecrated and crowned) in the Wahlkapelle at the end of the right aisle. It's dedicated to the apostle St Bartholomew, hence its official name, Kaiserdom St Bartholomäus. Open daily, different opening hours per day.

Senckenberg Museum

Senckenberganlage 25, Frankfurt, 60325

Life-size dinosaur mock-ups guard the front of Frankfurt’s natural history museum. Inside the early 1900s neo-baroque building, exhibits cover paleontology (including fossils from the Grube Messel site), biology and geology. Most have English signs. The museum is free to visitors from Frankfurt's twin cities, which include Birmingham (UK), Budapest, Cairo, Dubai, Guangzhou, Krakow, Lyon, Milan, Prague, Tel Aviv and Toronto. Open daily, various opening times.

Städel Museum

Senckenberganlage 25, Frankfurt, 60325

Das Städel Museum gilt als die älteste und renommierteste Museumsstiftung in Deutschland. Unter einem Dach bietet das Städel einen nahezu lückenlosen Überblick über 700 Jahre europäische Kunstgeschichte – vom frühen 14ten Jahrhundert über die Renaissance, den Barock und die klassische Moderne bis in die unmittelbare Gegenwart. Sonderausstellungen locken zahlreiche Besucher an.