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Römer City Hall

Römer City Hall

4.3/5161 Reviews
"Historical Architectures"
Ranked #6 in Frankfurt Can't Miss Attractions
68m from downtown
本杰明
"Frankfurt’s Old Town Hall, das Rathaus, is a landmark of Frankfurt and a symbol of old Frankfurt. It is located on the west side of the Roman Forum in Frankfurt, also known as the Romans, der Römer. The Old City Hall is composed of three gothic buildings with gable walls, and its roof is in a stepped herringbone shape, which is quite distinctive. One of the three buildings is called Rema. On the second floor of Rema there is the Emperor’s Hall, Kaisersaal, where the coronation ceremony of the Holy Roman Emperor was held. Frankfurt is famous for its modern industrial, financial, and air transportation centers, and the Roman Forum, where the old city hall is located, is a symbol of old Frankfurt. Strolling in the Roman Forum, walking through the quaint old buildings, and smelling the scent of coffee, you gradually become immersed in the relaxed elegance. Unknowingly, I have walked to the River Main. It is not as gorgeous as London’s River Thames, nor as romantic as Paris’s Seine River, but there is a lot of mixed tranquility, like a long whistle, penetrating the desolation in the open field , Bringing the fun of cooling off in childhood and summer. It is said that these buildings of Rema are the products of the 15th century; in fact, most of the buildings were rebuilt after World War II. Human beings always cry out to cherish, and despise and mutilate them. Always push yourself to the corner, desperate and bruised. Rema, Rema, what a nice term. Rema, tell me, is it difficult to keep the bottom line? Can you not lie to yourself?"
Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof

Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof

4.3/549 Reviews
"Historical Architectures"
Ranked #15 in Frankfurt Can't Miss Attractions
0.9 mi from downtown
环球自驾梦之旅
"Frankfurt has three main railway stations, of which there are two at the airport, the long-distance railway station and the regional railway station. Frankfurt Airport Train Station is divided into Long Distance Trains and Regional Trains. Long Distance Trains (Long Distance Trains), which stop at platforms 4~7, have multiple high-speed trains (ICE or IC) every day to major cities in Germany or inland Europe, such as Hamburg, Hanover, Du Seedorf, Cologne, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Munich, Berlin, etc. You can buy train tickets and wait here. Regional trains (Regional Trains), which stop at platforms 1~3, currently have two subway routes, S8 or S9, and are the most convenient choice for you to go to Frankfurt city or Frankfurt Main Station. There is a train every 15 minutes (except holidays). Tickets can be purchased at vending machines or at tourist centers. In German, Flughafen means airport, Fernbf = Fernbahnhof = long-distance railway station. In the Deutsche Bahn time query, please enter Frankfurt(M) Flughafen FernbfFrankfurt (Main) Flughafen Fernbahnhof for the airport long-distance train station – Frankfurt Airport long-distance train station is on the ground of Termibal 1. There is a promenade connected to the airport, walk from Terminal 1 It takes about 10 minutes to get to the station and can take a long-distance train such as ICE. Frankfurt (Main) Flughafen Regionalbahnhof – The Frankfurt Airport Regional Railway Station is under Terminal 1. You can take S-Bahn into the city or go to cities that can be reached by S-Bahn. In the Deutsche Bahn time query, please enter Frankfurt( M) Flughafen Regionalbf and Frankfurt (Main) HBF (Hauptbahnhof) – Frankfurt Central Railway Station is in downtown Frankfurt (not at the airport!). It takes about 20 minutes by S-Bahn from the airport, 11 minutes by ICE, and Taxi Approximately 15-20min (depending on road conditions) In the Deutsche Bahn time query, please enter Frankfurt(Main)Hbf for the central station"