Frankfurt private tours

Slow down and take the time to enjoy a guided tour through Frankfurt. 

We will give you a taste of Frankfurt’s past, its present and its future. If you know where you’d like to go, we’ll take you there!

Our themed tours will give you a vivid insight into the diversity of this city and its people.

Let us take you to hidden places and tell you all about extraordinary characters.

For an inside view, we will give you the key and open doors for you that normally remain shut.

Some Ideas

‘Old Frankfurt’ guided city tour

Guided tour through the historic city center.  We will show you the ‘Römer’ town hall, the cathedral, where emperors of the Holy Roman Empire were elected and crowned, and St Paul’s Church, the seat of Germany’s first parliament from 1848.

On our way to the city center, you have the option of visiting the Goethe House.

‘Now and Then’ guided city tour

Guided walking tour that takes you from the old town to Frankfurt’s banking district and includes a ride up to the viewing terrace of the Main Tower at an altitude of 200 m, offering you an impressive view of the city and the surrounding region. The tours tell you all about Frankfurt’s history as well as about famous personalities, everyday life, and the city’s special features.

Walking in the footsteps of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Goethe was born in Frankfurt on 28 August 1749 and he spent his childhood and youth here. During his time in Frankfurt, he wrote some of his major works, which today form part of world literature, such as The Sorrows of Young Werther.

As part of the tour, we will visit

·        the Goethe House

·        Frankfurt’s historic centre including places that Goethe mentioned in his autobiography and some of his other works.

Frankfurt, financial capital of Germany

This themed tour presents the development of Frankfurt from a medieval trade fair town to today’s financial capital. A visit to the viewing terrace of the Main Tower at an altitude of 200 m shows how the city’s economic development is reflected in its architecture.

As part of the tour, we will visit

·        the historic center, where trade fairs were held in the Middle Ages

·        the commercial district, today the city’s dynamic center

·        the financial district

·        On request, we can organize a visit of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange or the European Central Bank

Modern architecture

Visitors to Frankfurt are always impressed by its skyline, formed by the skyscrapers, which are mostly banks’ headquarters. A number of famous architects have contributed to the city’s “face lift”, such as Sir Norman Foster, who designed the Commerzbank Tower; at a height of 259 m, it was until recently Europe’s tallest building. Other major architects – and not only of skyscrapers – have left their mark, such as Mario Bellini or Massimiliano Fuksas.

As part of the tour, we will visit

·        the financial district, including a ride to the viewing terrace of the Main Tower at an altitude of 200 m, which permits a panoramic 360° view of Frankfurt’s architecture.

·        the Museum Embankment, a project from the 1980s that was developed under the motto ‘living and working along the river’; Das Museumsufer, ein anspruchsvolles Projekt der 80er Jahre. it creates a link between culture and modern and historic architecture

·        the Römerberg town hall square and rebuilt historic centre

·        On request, we can organize visits inside some of the skyscrapers, some of which host major modern art collections.

Sightseeing outside of Frankfurt

Some ideas where we take clients outside of Frankfurt City.

Located just 10 minutes away from Heidelberg, charming Scwetzingen is a true jewel of the area. The relaxed, easy going atmosphere with lots of outdoor cafes will Transport you to a world of finesse and high style that remains down to earth and family friendly.

It is just a short and pleasant stroll from the delightful main Street in Sceetzingen to the attractive Castle, the chosen Summer residence of the local rulers. The Castle and Gardens is truly one of the lesser known jewels of the area. The wonderful and expansive garden is an inspiration all year round. It’s huge with many fascinating Temples, including the only remaining ‘Garden Mosque’ in the whole of Europe, ornate gardens, statues, alleyways, a large orangerie, lakes and even a replica Roman viaduct to enjoy.

One can also visit the sumptuous Rococo theatre, where the first German operas were performed and where a young Mozart starred.


Interesting enough that it is the same distance from Frankfurt airport as Frankfurt. For something different, pleasant rebuilt town with neoclassical architecture, thermal and famous casino linked to Dostoevsky debt which was a prerequisite to his masterpiece, “The Gambler”, it is a good day or more visit from Frankfurt city or airport.

Or the Palitinate area:

On this Tour we drive into the heart of Germany’s most famous and important wine region – The Pfalz. The scenic “Weinstrasse” (wine road) is an 80km long road, starting on the French border, that dissects the beautiful vineyards of this region.

Our main destination will be the charming old village of Deiesheim. Here the main Street is full of traditional ‘Weingute”(wineries)where one can soak up the long history of wine-making and of course try the excellent wines.

The Rielings from this area are particularly highly valued And considered among the very best in the world. But Each vineyard has a wide assortment of wines so that every palate and personal preference will be satisfied.

There also some e collect restaurants in the village where one can enjoy some of the fine local cuisine ‘al fresco’ in an atmospheric courtyard of a wine estate.

Heidelberg is delightful city, 

In the words of J.W. Goethe, one of Germany’s greatest writers – has “something ideal” about it.

Asked to name their favorite destination in Germany, visitors from abroad consistently choose Heidelberg Castle. And no fewer than 11.8 million people come to Heidelberg every year, drawn by the historical flair of this university city, with its stunning setting, wide range of activities, superb shopping, and restaurants to meet every taste. It is a dynamic city that is constantly developing – in terms of architecture, business activities and ideas.

Frankfurt Stopover

Frankfurt Airport Layover – Stopover 

If you are flying somewhere connecting in Frankfurt Airport and have time, do not just sit there!

We offer a 2-10 hours very individual day-tour to either Frankfurt City, Wiesbaden or the Rhine-Valley or Heidelberg.

The tour will be planned around your time and interests.

It can be done with private driver, or better yet to avoid traffic, visit Frankfurt, we will use the public Metro

The other tours will be done with our company-car, Mercedes B (only 3 passengers) or with a rental car or bus according to group size

Tour Duration: 3 Hours

Maximum Number of People: 12

Tour Type: Transport Based

Tour Price: on request

Tour Highlights:

Depends on what tour you wish to take during your layover.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Pick-up at return to Frankfurt Airport
  • Sightseeing Highlights of either
  • Frankfurt City
  • Wiesbaden
  • Middle-Rhine Valley or Heielberg

Tour Exclusions:

Train Tickets Metro or Taxi fees will have to be paid directly.

Optional: Entrance fees for MainTower Building or museums

Please note this can be booked with one of our existing customized tours. This is not available a la carte.