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You have a lot of time; 2. You have a bit of time; 3. You want to travel through time. Discover our travel itineraries in Frankfurt am Main!

Located on the shores of the river Main, Frankfurt is a cosmopolitan city that combines the charm of its thousands of years of history with modern innovation. With a dynamic population and a lively cultural scene, Frankfurt is a destination that fascinates visitors from all over the world.

Sometimes the perception we have of a destination has a lot to do with the time we dedicate to it. We’ve created 3 micro travel guides based on the time you have available to spend getting to know this beautiful city.

What to do in Frankfurt if…
…you have a lot of time

Impressive skyscrapers, rich historic traditions, world famous museums and extraordinary cuisine ready to satisfy the most demanding palates. Frankfurt has a lot to offer, especially to those who are able to stay a little longer or visit it more frequently.
If you’re planning on staying in the city for a while and you love opera and theatre, you can activate an OpernCard to access all Oper Frankfurt shows with 30% discount for a whole year, or you can buy a season ticket for the Schauspiel Frankfurt theatre.
If opera and theatre aren’t your cup of tea, in Frankfurt you can cultivate interests, do sports and improve your German at the Goethe-Institut, a cultural institute with branches all over the world.

Oper Frankfurt

…you have a bit of time

If you have a bit of time and you have to choose which museum to visit in Frankfurt, the answer is the Städel Museum. Founded in 1815 by Johann Friedrich Städel, this museum offers a complete panorama of 700 years of European art history. Just so you know what you’re getting, a day here will offer you very educated conversation starters for the rest of your life…
With a collection of 3000 paintings, 600 sculptures and thousands of photographs, drawings and graphic works, the Städel Museum displays masterpieces by Botticelli, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Monet, Beckmann, Renoir, Manet, Picasso and many others.
There’s one last thing you have to do if you’re in the city for a whistlestop tour: drink a glass of Apfelwein (Ebbelwoi), Frankfurt’s famous apple wine, which has been considered the traditional drink of the city for over 250 years.

stanza interna con quadri Städel Museum

you want to travel though time.

If you’re passionate about history, love news or have the soul of a gamer, Timeride Frankfurt is for you. The project, available in several cities in Germany, gives you the opportunity to time travel using virtual reality (VR) technology, so that you can experience local history in an engaging, interactive way. What can you expect? A virtual tour exploring the Frankfurt of a few centuries ago on board a historic vehicle for a fully immersive experience for all ages.

Set your time period and… set off for Frankfurt!