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Frankfurt: 3-Hour Bike Tour

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83 reviews

Activity provider: terranova Touristik

Frankfurt: 3-Hour Bike Tour

Activity provider: terranova Touristik
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From US$ 40.01 per person

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Explore Frankfurt by bicycle on this exciting 3-hour bike tour. Visit the famous sights and get exclusive insider tips on the city. Learn more about the cider taverns and discover the trendy district of Sachsenhausen.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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  • Explore Frankfurt's trendy district of Sachsenhausen
  • Discover traditional restaurants, romantic cafes, and trendy bars
  • Ride past the impressive high-rise buildings
  • Cycle on traffic-free roads to the Römer and Goethe House
Full description
This bike tour is ideal for both Frankfurt old-timers and new visitors to the city. The tour offers the perfect mix of famous landmarks (the Römer, European Central Bank, the Goethe House, etc.), and insider tips. Your qualified tour guide will show you the most beautiful sides of Frankfurt. Your tour begins in the heart of Sachsenhausen, one of the most popular districts in the city. Numerous old buildings from the Gründerzeit period give the neighborhood its flair, as well as numerous trendy bars, cozy cafes, and a wide selection of restaurants and traditional cider taverns. Here traditional food is served in a rustic setting together with cider. Sachsenhausen was dominated by orchards up until the 19th century and apple cider was produced here. Cycle through small streets and the painters’ quarter to the southern banks of the Main River with the famous Museum Embankment. Here you will find the Städel Museum with the spectacular extension and the renowned exhibitions, the Liebieghaus, and the Museum of Applied Art. Cross over the Holbeinsteg bridge to the other side of the Main River and ride through Frankfurt’s old town. The Römer overlooks the old royal road leading to the Frankfurt Cathedral (which isn’t actually a cathedral) and the beautiful half-timbered buildings. St. Paul’s Church, the cradle of German democracy, is located only a few meters away. You will then ride along the Großer Hirschgraben to Goethe’s family residence. The famous writer was born here and spent his youth here. He impressively described this time in his autobiography Poetry and Truth. The green Alleenring was built on the former medieval line of defense in the 20th century. Cycle through the heart of the city on traffic-free roads to the new and old opera houses, and admire the impressive cityscape with its high-rise towers. A detour takes you to the old stock exchange with the popular motif of the bull and bear. Back on the Alleenring, you will cycle east of the city and return to the Main River. The new landmark of the city will then be located directly in front of you. The new tower of the European Central Bank (ECB) is the impressive counterpoint to the high-rise buildings located on the west side. One of the most popular bars in the city is situated right by the water, at the foot of the former wholesale market hall, which is now part of the ECB. The Oosten bar has a great terrace overlooking the city. Ride across the much acclaimed new bridge from the East Harbor back to the southern banks of the Main River, and make another detour to the Gerbermühle building. It was the former summer resort of the Willemer banking family. Goethe socialized here in 1814-1815 and was inspired by the daughter of the house in some of his works. The Gerbermühle building is now home to a popular restaurant. You will then cycle a few meters back to the starting point in Sachsenhausen, where the tour ends. At the end of the tour your tour guide will show you the traditional cider taverns in Frankfurt. The bike route takes you along quiet, traffic-free cycle paths and roads. Your tour guide will provide detailed information on the sights during regular stops along the way.
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  • Transport for activity duration: Electric bike, bike
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    Meeting point

    Martin-May-Str. 7, 60594 Frankfurt Sachsenhausen Your tour guide will wait for you at the frankfurtbiketour office at Martin-May-Straße 7, holding a sign. Look for the red and white barrier at the entrance. Martin-May-Straße 7 is located in the heart of Sachsenhausen. Directions by car: Accessible via the A3 highway, exit Frankfurt Süd. Parking: Hedderichstraße, 60594 Frankfurt am Main Directions by public transport: Metro: lines U1, U2, and U3 to Südbahnhof metro station Train: lines S3, S4, S5, and S6 to Lokalbahnhof station Tram: lines 14, 15, 16, and 17 to Lokalbahnhof/Textorstraße tram stop

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    What to bring

    • Passport or ID card
    • Comfortable shoes
    • Sun hat

    Know before you go

    • Minimum number of 4 participants
    • Distance: approximately 12 kilometers
    • You can rent a bicycle on site (5 Euro) or bring your own
    • Luggage storage is available on site
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    4.7 /5

    based on 83 reviews

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    Since the rush on Easter Sunday was limited, we had individual support from our guide Brit! We really enjoyed getting to know Frankfurt in this way. We saw many beautiful squares and buildings that piqued our interest for subsequent visits. Since we avoided the major roads, it was very comfortable to drive. The speed was also OK for us! We would like to thank the Getyourguide team again and especially Brit. We really enjoyed the tour and maybe we'll see each other again on another tour!

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    April 19, 2022

    Although the actually planned guide was canceled at short notice, the organizer reacted very well and organized a very friendly and competent replacement within a very short time, so that the tour was carried out very sympathetically, even with excess lengths and a personal touch, to the complete satisfaction of the participants.

    July 13, 2020

    Good tour

    The bike tour around Hamburg was good. Our guide Niko was very knowledgeable about the city and landmarks. Having 3 kids ages 12-17, I think a quick ‘rules of the road’ especially since my family of 5 (and 2 adults from Australia) were all pedaling in unfamiliar territory (ie. Hand signals, the dangers of steering parallel over street car rails, etc) would have been a good starter. The other issue, and this just may be one that is common with all bike tours, is that when you are cycling in a vertical line, it’s difficult to hear anything the guide (at the front of the line) is saying. There were several stopping points where that wasn’t a problem, but there were a lot of conversations between the guide and 1st guest next to him while cycling, that we could not hear at all, and may have been interesting to hear. It was a a very nice (sunny) day and it was overall a good way to start off our European vacation,

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    July 21, 2018

    Product ID: 46290