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Tailor-made School Trips to Frankfurt

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    School trips to Frankfurt gives an opportunity to experience a city that has undergone a real transformation. Rebuilt after the war, Frankfurt’s skyline is hi-tech, high-rise and innovative. With the Stock Exchange and the European Central Bank located here, the city is the financial capital of Germany.

    It also spends more on the arts than any other city in Europe and has the best range of museums in the country after Berlin.

    All of this means school trips to Frankfurt are ideal for Business and Economics students and also those studying Art and Design.

    Why not also take a look at our school trips to Munich and school trips to Cologne for more experiences in Germany.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Römerberg

      The Römerberg 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. This area makes a lovely contrast to modern high rise skyline of the city.

    2. Main Tower

      Frankfurt's skyline wouldn't be the same without the Main Tower, one of the tallest and most distinctive high-rises in town. A great place to get a feel for ‘Mainhattan’ is 200m above street level, on the observation platform reached by lift in a mere 45 seconds. Be prepared for airport-type security. It closes during thunderstorms.

    3. Main River Cruise

      Enjoy Frankfurt's stunning skyline aboard a cruise ship on the Main River. The beautiful old houses opposite the city on the Museumsufer, the cathedral and historical museum, the skyscrapers and the green river banks. You will see all this from a tour on the river. The onboard audio commentary in English tells you about history and the highlights you pass long the cruise.

    4. Jewish Museum

      The Jewish Museum in the Rothschild Palais in Frankfurt presents the historical development and the social and religious life of Jewish communities in Frankfurt from the 12th to the 20th century. Two exhibitions are available, one looks at the development of the Jewish community and the second presents the history of the Jews in Germany

    5. Day Trip to Heidelberg

      Heidelberg castle is the centrepiece of all the famous views of this town. The castle is made up of various magnificent buildings dating from different periods. Despite its ruined condition, enough of its original splendour remains to make it well worth a visit.

    6. Schwetzingen Castle and Gardens

      The origins of Schwetzingen Palace lie in a small knightly water palace and extend over an eventful history up to its greatest period of courtly splendour under the government of Elector Carl Theodor (1724-1799). The then summer residence lies in the midst of a complex of palace gardens unequalled in all of Europe.

    7. Municipal Gallery

      This is Frankfurt's most prestigious gallery and houses an impressive collection of German and Dutch Masters.

    8. Museum of Communication

      At this museum, visitors gain a comprehensive insight into the history of communication. Visitors can experience the development of 2,500sqm of communication.

  • Places to stay
    • Meininger Hotel Frankfurt

      The hotel is conveniently located close to the central station and exhibition centre. All rooms have private facilities as well as TV, telephone and hairdryer. The hotel has a bar, guest kitchen and gamezone.

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