Discover Frankfurt with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Frankfurt, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Frankfurt: Your comprehensive guide

Welcome to a buzzing financial hub with a soul! Here, you'll find a blend of modern skyscrapers, historic timber-framed houses, and world-class museums, creating a perfect mix of the old and new. Dive into the cultural scene or take a leisurely stroll along the iconic River Main. Make sure to snap a selfie at the Römer, the city's most iconic spot! And hey, don't leave without trying the local Apfelwein and Frankfurter Wurstchen. Enjoy your stay!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

In Frankfurt, the bustling financial hub of Germany, you will find a diverse array of local dishes and drinks that are a testament to the city's rich culinary heritage.

Firstly, Frankfurt is renowned for its “Apfelwein,” or apple wine, which is a tart beverage that can be found in many local establishments, typically served in a special ribbed glass known as a “Geripptes”. Here, you can also enjoy the traditional companion to Apfelwein, “Handkäse mit Musik”, a sour milk cheese marinated with onions, creating a distinctive and robust flavor profile.

Grüne Soße is another local specialty, which is a cold herbal sauce made from seven different herbs and usually served with potatoes and eggs. This dish is celebrated annually with a dedicated festival, showcasing its cultural significance to the region.

For meat lovers, “Frankfurter Würstchen” is a must-try. These smoked pork sausages have been a staple in Frankfurt since the 13th century and are traditionally served with bread and mustard.

Another hearty dish is “Rippchen mit Kraut”, consisting of cured pork cutlets served with sauerkraut, embodying the rich and savory flavors characteristic of German cuisine.

Lastly, for dessert, savor the “Bethmännchen”, a marzipan and almond pastry that is especially popular around Christmas but can be enjoyed year-round.

Remember, at each spot on the audio guide, we will provide recommendations for the nearest restaurants that are highly rated according to Google's user opinions, ensuring you can readily experience the best of Frankfurt’s culinary scene.

Transportation and getting around the city

So, you’re planning to touch down in Frankfurt, that's cool! Frankfurt Airport is a major hub, but getting into the city is a breeze. Jump on the S-Bahn lines S8 or S9; they'll zip you to the city center in about 20 minutes. Tickets are available at the machines at the station; just follow the signs. It's the most hassle-free way to get started on your Frankfurt adventure.

Once you're in the city, getting around is super easy. The public transport network is your best friend, and it includes buses, trams, U-Bahn, and S-Bahn. Grab a day ticket or a Frankfurt Card for unlimited travel and some sweet discounts at museums and other spots.

Now, if you're more of a wanderer, you're gonna love areas like Sachsenhausen and Bornheim. They are totally walkable, packed with cafes, shops, and, you know, all that good stuff! You'll find plenty of picturesque spots to just sit and enjoy the vibes. And, oh, for those architectural gems, don’t miss out on Römer and St. Bartholomew's Cathedral; they’re a stroll away from each other.

You can totally hail a taxi if that's your jam, especially if you're planning to explore a bit farther out or fancy a ride back to your lodging after a hearty German dinner. They're reliable, and drivers usually speak English, so no stress there!

And if you fancy seeing the city from a different perspective, hop on a tour bus. You'll find them around major tourist spots, and they’re great for getting a lay of the land and spotting places you might want to go back and explore more. Tickets? Easy, just buy them directly from the driver or online if you want to plan ahead.

Now, this is pretty much the gist of getting around Frankfurt. Just enjoy the journey, immerse yourself in the city vibes, and, most importantly, have a blast exploring!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Römerberg . Städel Museum . Goethe House .

3d : Römerberg . Städel Museum . Goethe House . Palmengarten . Main Tower . Kleinmarkthalle . Frankfurt Cathedral . Alte Oper . New Old Town .

5d : Römerberg . Städel Museum . Goethe House . Palmengarten . Main Tower . Kleinmarkthalle . Frankfurt Cathedral . Alte Oper . Senckenberg Museum . Museum of Modern Art . Zeil Shopping District . Museumsufer . Frankfurt Zoo . Sachsenhausen . New Old Town .

All : Römerberg . Städel Museum . Goethe House . Palmengarten . Main Tower . Kleinmarkthalle . Frankfurt Cathedral . Alte Oper . Senckenberg Museum . Museum of Modern Art . Zeil Shopping District . Museumsufer . Frankfurt Zoo . Sachsenhausen . Römerberg Christmas Market . Grüneburgpark . St. Paul's Church . Frankfurt Central Station . Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt . New Old Town .

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